Two girls from the Chaguanas Government Primary School tied for third place in this year's SEA sitting.
They are Rebekah Macoon and Kavel Pereira.
Kavel will be going to Holy Faith Convent, Couva, and Rebekah will be heading off to St. Augustine Girls' High School.
A double victory for the Gandhi Memorial Vedic School today as the two top SEA students came from the school.
The top SEA student is Saiesh Ramersad and the 2nd place student is Jada Ramnath.
Both are students of Gandhi Memorial Vedic School.
Education Minister Anthony Garcia who visited the school this morning announcement that the two top students came from Gandhi Memorial Vedic was greeted with screams and applause as students, parents and teachers expressed their overwhelming joy at the announcement.
While thousands of students celebrate their Secondary Entrance Assessment results Wednesday, more than 2,500 pupils will face disappointment having scored below 30 per cent in the 2018 exam.
Statistics obtained by the Guardian show that overall, students scored the lowest this year in Mathematics than they did since 2010.
In Mathematics 58.8 per cent of pupils scored over 50 per cent for 2018.
For this decade, the highest Mathematics scores were recorded in 2011 and 2012 - 73.1 per cent in 2011 and 72. 4 per cent in 2012.
Education Minister Anthony Garcia and Minister of State in the Minister of Education, Dr Lovell Francis, will tomorrow visit the schools of the top three students to announce the results of the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) Exam.
The results will be released tomorrow across all primary schools.
Thousands of students sat the examination, which consisted of three (3) papers English Language Arts Writing, Mathematics, and English Language Arts, on Thursday 3rd May, 2018.
This was the last year that the examination will be held in May (Term III).