Relief, joy among south students

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AFTER months of abstinence from television and video games plus a lack of sleep, there were loud cheers and shrieks of joy as students at primary schools throughout South Trinidad emerged from classrooms after writing the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SE A) exam yesterday. And as the end of the exam drew to a close, anxious parents began lining pavements outside their children’s schools despite the scorching midday sun.

AFTER months of abstinence from television and video games plus a lack of sleep, there were loud cheers and shrieks of joy as students at primary schools throughout South Trinidad emerged from classrooms after writing the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SE A) exam yesterday. And as the end of the exam drew to a close, anxious parents began lining pavements outside their children’s schools despite the scorching midday sun.

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