Daily Archives: February 4, 2024

How to Check PLE Results Through SMS Phone

Janet Museveni and the Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) have released the 2023 Primary Leaving Examinations (2023 PLE) results from the State House, Nakasero. This is the first set of exams to be released by the authorities. The examination body announced that students will be able to access the results by SMS on their phones or via the… Read More »

PLE Top Best 100 Schools In Kampala

The recently released Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) 2023 results have unveiled an inspiring narrative of academic triumphs in Kampala. With over 400 schools mapped under Kampala for PLE 2023, an impressive total of approximately 31,000 students were registered for the examinations. The district’s overall performance reflects the dedication and hard work of both students and educators. Notably, Kampala… Read More »

UNEB PLE Results Lists Of Worst Performing Districts

PLE results: UNEB lists worst performing districts as girls beat boys in exams. The Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) has Thursday presented the outcomes of the 2023 Primary Leaving Examination (PLE), disclosing a total of 749,254 candidates from 15,859 schools who participated in the examination. This marked a decline from the previous year, with 501,602 candidates being Universal… Read More »

Little Rina Shines In 2023 PLE Results Opens Admission

Candidates at Little Rina Primary School in Kyaliwajala who sat Primary leaving examinations last year are still in jubilation following the excellent performance. The school had 42 candidates who sat PLE, 11 candidates scored division one, 26 in second division, and the rest in third. The head teacher, Mr Stephen Wafula attributed the excellent performance to both teachers… Read More »

PLE Top Best 58 Schools In Uganda

PLE 2023: Top 58 schools in Uganda. The recently released Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) 2023 results have brought to light the exceptional academic achievements of students across a spectrum of schools. A meticulous examination of schools with the highest number of students attaining the coveted Division 1 (symbolized by aggregates of 4) reveals a diverse collection of institutions… Read More »