PLE Results Uganda 2022/2023 Release Date Announced
The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) will release the Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) this week, a senior examinations body has confirmed.
Mr. Daniel Odongo, the UNEB Executive Secretary told a Parliamentary Education Committee on Tuesday that the marking of PLE and the Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) exams ended before Christmas.
“The PLE exams were marked at 13 centers by 5,544 examiners. Marking of UCE examinations has also ended,” Mr. Odongo said.
“We are finalizing a few things at the headquarters in Ntinda, Kampala before we start releasing them consecutively,” he told Members of Parliament.
Odongo didn’t give details such as the exact date and venue but another top official told this website that UNEB officials would brief the Education Minister on Wednesday.
A total of 832,839 candidates sat for Primary Leaving Examinations countrywide.
Mr. Odongo told Parliamentary reporters that the internal examinations’ security committee is sitting was sitting to consider the results for candidates suspected of involvement in malpractices.
As schools throughout the nation get ready to open for the new academic year 2023, the head of the Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb) has disclosed that the Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) will be released the following week.
The marking of the PLE and Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) tests ended before Christmas, according to Mr. Daniel Odongo, executive director of Uneb, who testified yesterday before the Parliamentary Education Committee.
“A total of 5,544 examiners marked the PLE tests at 13 centers. Exam marking for the UCE has likewise come to an end, according to Mr. Odongo.
Before releasing them sequentially, he said, “We are finishing up a few things at the headquarters in Ntinda, Kampala.
To defend their budget framework paper for the Financial Year 2023–2024, the team was testifying before Parliament.
832,839 candidates in all took the PLE exam.
Mr. Odongo said the internal examinations security committee is meeting today to review the results of candidates suspected of engaging in malpractices in an interview with the Monitor following the meeting.
Before exam results are made public, the committee will decide which results to withhold, according to him.
“The gathering will last for three to four days and will begin today. We can take those out of our results and be prepared to reveal them once that meeting is concluded, Mr. Odongo added.
Mr. Odongo added that the board will ask the minister for a position following the security meeting before exams were made public. The examinations should be released at the end of the following week, Mr. Odongo stated, if we are successful in getting her appointment.
As usual, Uneb is required to inform the Minister of Education of the students’ performances two days before the results are made public.
The minister will meet with the Uneb team next week, according to sources at the Ministry of Education, so that tests can be made available before the start of the 2023 academic year’s first term on February 6.
The selection process will start after the results are announced. The Senior One selection process is often held at UMA, where schools choose applicants for their different programs based on predetermined cut-off points.
Mr. Odongo informed the MPs that the marking process for the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) is now in progress.
With the arrival of examiners at various marking centers, Mr. Odongo said that the marking of UACE exams had just begun.