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SEA Past Papers Maths, with Answers (Free Download)

By April 23, 2017Past Papers

Download Trinidad SEA Past Papers Maths Free


The SEA exams are right around the bend. We have a game (free of charge), to measure students readiness for the SEA Math portion of the exam.

Here are some awesome features of this game:

  • The game is very easy to navigate.
  • Includes hundreds of past SEA-type questions that closely follow the syllabus.
  • Each session has the same time limit as each respective subject area.
  • Once a user input’s his or her answer, the game let’s them know right away if the answer is correct or not and provides the question’s solution.

To download, please click on the download button below.

Download Trinidad SEA Past Papers Maths Free

This is a computer game that helps students prepare for the SEA Maths exam. Questions are narrated and closely follow the syllabus. Best part about the game is that it allows users to make use of all their learning styles, which means that the game makes learning inclusive for all children. Including those with special learning needs.

Check out the Awesome features of this game.

About the Exams

The Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) is a government exam sat by children aged 11 to 12 of Trinidad and Tobago as part of the admissions process for all public secondary schools. The SEA was introduced in 2001, to replace the older Common Entrance exam.

Language Arts

The Language Arts section of the exam is divided into three sections, testing respectively Grammar Skills, Vocabulary and Comprehension.

Mathematics

The Mathematics section of the exam is divided into three sections of general mathematics content, with the difficulty and value of the questions increasing with respect to section. For example section one is usually one(1) mark per question, section two(2) is two(2) or three(3) marks and section three(3) is five(5) marks

Creative Writing

In the Creative Writing section, students must choose to write either a story or a letter, from a small choice subject material. The themes chosen usually reflect some aspect of Caribbean life, such as picking fruit or apologizing to a neighbor for a broken window. Creative writing is assessed in grades four and five. In grade four students are to write factual passages and in grade five students are to write narrative descriptive passages

Preparation for the Exam

Parents and Students both find preparing for this exam a difficult task, mainly due to the emphasis placed on passing for the First Choice school. Many students attend after-school Private Lessons. Leading towards the exam, most students will prepare via Practice Tests and Past Papers from previous years; these are usually sold by private organizations; Local newspapers also regularly offer free tests on set days.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secondary_Entrance_Assessment

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