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UNEB Releases Busia’s PLE Exams Results

Headteachers, parents and candidates who sat for Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) in Busia District last year are breathing a sigh of relief after Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb) released their results. By Friday, only four of the 117 government-aided schools in the district had their PLE results available on the Uneb portal. The rest had been blocked by… Read More »

UNEB Releases Withheld Masindi PLE Exams Results

The Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) has released the withheld Primary Leaving Examination (PLE) results for two schools in Masindi District after clearing a balance payment of 60,000 in total.  UNEB had withheld the results for Walyoba Brilliant Primary School and Asaba Primary School for failing to pay a balance of Shs50,000 and Shs10,000 respectively as examination fees. UNEB… Read More »

Top Ugandan Schools Primed to Raise S1 Cut-Off Points

Due to a noticeable improvement in the general performance of Primary Seven candidates who wrote their Primary Leaving Examination (PLE) papers last year, top secondary schools in the country are likely to raise this year’s cut-off points for Senior One entrants. Traditional titans like St Mary’s College Kisubi, Gayaza High School, Mt St Mary’s Namagunga, Namilyango College, Kibuli… Read More »

Top Best Private Schools In PLE Exams

An overwhelming number of pupils from private schools beat their counterparts in government-aided schools in the just concluded Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE). Although the Universal Primary Education (UPE) cohort had more than twice the number of students registered in comparison to those in private schools, the latter received twice the number of pupils in the First Division. Statistics… Read More »

Government Directs Schools to Maintain Fees Structure

Government has directed all schools not to hike fees ahead of term one which starts February 6. “Cabinet has guided that all schools maintain the fees structure for the third term of 2022 as we await further guidance on the matter,” Uganda’s Education minister and First Lady Janet Museveni said on Friday.   The government has previously issued such directives… Read More »

List of Best Performing Districts In The PLE Exams

Performance by genderMale pupils who wrote their 2022 PLE performed better than their female counterparts. Uneb’s dataset shows that 400,100 of the 811,863 were male. This means that 432,554 girls wrote their 2022 PLE.Uneb revealed that whereas female candidates performed better than their male counterparts in the English subject, boys fared better in social studies and religious education,… Read More »

700,000 PLE Candidates Make Cut for S1

More pupils who sat for the 2022 Primary Leaving Examination (PLE), have qualified to join Senior One after posting better results compared to those who wrote their exams in 2020. There were no PLE exams in 2021 due to the school closures occasioned by the Covid-19 pandemic.According to the results that were released yesterday at Nakasero State House,… Read More »

Kampala Standard Primary School-Kyanja in Top Best PLE Position as All Pupils Get First Grade

Ugandan Government has released the 2022 national Primary Leaving Exam (PLE) results, which show that pupils from Kampala Standard Primary and Nursery School Kyanja have performed exceptionally well in their pioneer year. All the pupils from the school have achieved marks in the sought-after division 1. The school registered 17 pupils including 10 males and 7 females. The… Read More »

Top Best Schools with 4 in 4 Aggregates at PLE

PLE 2022 was conducted between November 8th and 9th 2022, with a total of 832,810 candidates registered from 14,153 examination centres. Of these, 51.9 per cent of the total registered candidates were females and 48.1 per cent were males. Of these, 583,769 were funded under the Universal Primary Education-UPE program, and 249,041 were non-UPE candidates. Worth to note:… Read More »

Top Best 40 Schools in PLE Uganda Exams

From the 2022 PLE results, at least 92 schools had all their students passing in Division one unlike the 42 in 2020. This shows an improvement as per UNEB release statements for Division one. The results released on Friday also indicated that at least 97,000 pupils failed the exams and will have to repeat the class. “The 97, 109 represented… Read More »