UNEB Commence Marking for PLE & UCE Examinations
Joint Press Briefing with Police Week 3 of UACE Examinations & Commencement of Marking for PLE & UCE Examinations Overview of Week 2 of the UACE Examinations.
The conduct of UACE Examination has generally gone on well, and the field examination season is slated to end this Friday December 9, 2022.
A number of candidates finished writing their papers last week, and we congratulate them upon this achievement.
We urge those that have completed to remain disciplined and find something to gainfully occupy them during the long vacation, as they await the outcome of the examination.
Cases of Examination malpractice
During the last week, we experienced a few cases of examination malpractice where some science teachers accessed examination question papers during the examination, with the intention of performing experiments for the candidates.
This was reported at St. Lucia, Nsangi during Chemistry P545/3, and at Premier S.S. Hoima, during Physics Paper 535/3. Both cases have been reported to police for further investigation.
Court in Nabweru is set to hear a malpractice case involving the Head Teacher of Kawempe Standard S.S who aided malpractice in form impersonation.
✓ The Board is also following up a case, expected to be heard from Nsangi Magistrate’s Court, involving a one Mubiru Sulaiman who opened up a WhatsApp Group for sharing fake papers, purported to be PLE examinations.
Commencement of marking for PLE and UCE Examinations
Marking of both the PLE and UCE Examinations has commenced at all our marking Centres that include 20 UCE Centres and 13 PLE Centres.
We hope to be done with the marking for the two levels before the end of January, 2022
The Final preparations for the marking of UACE will commence after the examination has ended.
The Public is cautioned that the UNEB marking Centres are heavily guarded, and are out of bounds for anyone not authorised to access the Centres.
Once again, the Board is grateful to the examiners who have put aside time to help us with the marking exercise. It is the efforts of this examiners that enable the Board to deliver on our mandate.
We assure the public of our commitment to release the outcome of the examinations in time to enable the candidates/ learners pursue their continued studies as per the Ministry of Education Calendar.