The Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) Examination for the 2023 candidates officially starts today, Friday, October 13, 2023, with the briefing of candidates. Briefing is a very important exercise which must be conducted by the head teachers themselves. The head teachers must explain clearly to the candidates the consequences of their not adhering to these rules and regulations.… Read More »
Candidates can access UNEB’s resourceful question banks at subsidised prices. These can be purchased at UNEB Ntinda and Communications House in town. Find a copy of the U.C.E and U.A.C.E timetable below. The launching of the 2023 Examination timetable marks the beginning of the examination season. Welcome aboard to all our PLE, UCE & UACE candidates.
UNEB early this morning announced the Registration Fees for PLE, UCE and UACE Candidates. Candidates are supposed to make payment and register before sit for the exams. Registration fees for PLE,UCE and UACE Candidates
The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) hereby informs parents and candidates that the registration process for the 2023 Examinations for all levels ie. Primary Leaving Examination, (PLE), Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE), and Üganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) are underway. The normal registration period will go on until May 31, 2023. For candidates who may miss registering… Read More »
Registration of 2023 PLE, UCE & UACE candidates starts*Normal Registration for the 2023 PLE (P7), UCE (S4) & UACE (S6) candidates effectively starts today, April 1st 2023 till May 31st 2023. Late registration will begin on June 1st and end on June 30. The UNEB Registration fees have been maintained at 34,000= for PLE, 164,000= for UCE and… Read More »
UNEB is offering a 20% discount on UCE Question Bank booklets & Marking Guides. Past papers for all levels are also available at 200= each. Others in stock are PLE & UACE Question bank booklets as indicated.
UNEB stands for Uganda National Examinations Board. It is the national assessment body in Uganda responsible for setting and conducting examinations for primary, secondary, and tertiary institutions in the country. The board was established in 1983 under the Ministry of Education and Sports and is responsible for conducting examinations, grading, and releasing results. The exams conducted by UNEB… Read More »
Minister of Education, Janet Museveni. Her ministry is developing a plan to support students who may miss or fail the 2023 UCE exams (PHOTO/Courtesy). The Ministry of Education and Sports is developing a plan to support students who may miss or fail the 2023 Senior Four examination (2023 UCE Exams). As per the established timelines, the Ministry intends… Read More »
More candidates who sat the 2022 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) have passed the examinations and qualified to join Advanced Level (A-Level) compared to their counterparts who sat similar examinations in 2020. Releasing the results yesterday at State House in Nakasero, Mr Dan Odongo— the Executive Director of the Uganda National Examination Board (Uneb)—revealed that 345,695 candidates sat… Read More »
Katakwi District celebrates Exam Success, leaders hail improved performance Leaders of Katakwi District have celebrated the recent Primary Leaving Exam Results with awards to some of the best performers. Vice President Jessica Alupo who is also a woman MP Katakwi District led the celebrations and congratulated the pupils- some of who got Distinctions in different subjects. Rising out… Read More »