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O-levels begin on October 19; PLE starts November 2; and UACE kicks off November 9.

The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has released timetables for Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE), Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE), Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE), Technical Education (Craft) Examination (TEE), Uganda Junior Technical Certificate (UJTC), and Community Polytechnics Examinations (CPE).

The number of scouts and invigilators has been raised to cut down on examination malpractices such as leakages and collusion by students during examinations. Ms. Eve Konde, the Principal Public Relations Officer of UNEB, said: “We are setting up a security committee, which will ensure that the examination process goes on smoothly without any hiccups.”

Briefing of PLE candidates will be on October 30. The exams will start on November 2 with Social Studies and English. It will end on November 3 with Mathematics and Science. And UCE candidates will be briefed on Friday, October 16. The first papers will be Geography 273/1 and Geography 273/2 on Monday, October 19. The last papers are Computer Studies and Building Construction on Friday, November 20.

Briefing for UACE candidates will be on Friday, November 6. The first papers will be Economics P220/1, Biology and Economics P220/2 on Monday November 9. The last papers, nine of them, will be on Friday November 27.

Briefing for TEE candidates will be on Friday, November 6, and the first papers, 10 of them, will be on Monday, November 9. The last papers, six of them, will be on Friday, November 13. Briefing for UJTCE will be on Friday, November 6. The first papers, seven of them, are on Monday, November 9. The last paper will be Tropical Agriculture Stage I on Friday, November 13.

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Comments

 
+1 #1 Colleb Kusasira 2009-10-13 11:06
To all candidates, success in your forthcoming exams. Be confident and focused.
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0 #2 Emma 2009-10-14 17:19
Malpractice in UNEB is cronic disease,its done in collaboration between students and their teachers(Examin ers inclusive).

therefore to uproot the malpractice, parents or people in other departments must be involved in supervision during Exams directly, otherwise all solution's are like chasing wings or UNEB is shedding crocodile tears
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0 #3 shariff-standard high school zana 2009-10-17 16:32
my urge is that in case a candidate has any health complication,th ey should be attended to in a special way -not waiting for someone to ease themselves from the examination room.

I wish you well all my fellow '09 candiadtes.
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