19,198 pupils across the country are currently wrapping up and putting pencils down, as they sat the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam today.
Minister of Education Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly said all arrangements were put in place for the exam.
Some 9,904 boys and 9,294 girls were registered to write today’s exam, which will last for three hours and 20 minutes. Tobago has 986 candidates.
The pupils will be tested on subjects including Mathematics, English Language Arts and English Language Arts Writing.
The exam began at 8.30am at 552 Exam Centres across the country and concessions have been granted to approximately 440 pupils this year.