Jennifer Kalule, the Principal Public Relations Officer at the Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB), has disclosed that the marking process for both UCE and PLE scripts is underway across the designated centers, and the first set of results, particularly for PLE, is expected to be released in the third week of January.

“Scripts have been sorted for transfer to the 33 marking centers nationwide, with approximately 6,000 examiners assigned to PLE and 8,000 to UCE and UACE marking. The marking process will continue throughout December, including the festive season,” she explained.

The UNEB communications boss made these remarks while addressing journalists at Police headquarters in Kampala on Monday.

In this briefing, Kalule expressed gratitude to partners, including security agencies, the judiciary, and the media, for their support during the examination process and she assured the public of collaboration with the police to investigate and address any misleading information about the exams, emphasizing the rigorous validity testing procedures undertaken for the papers.

Addressing concerns raised on social media about alleged errors in a UCE physics paper, UNEB clarified that the examination papers underwent stringent validity tests, and there were no errors.

“The board is actively working to identify and take appropriate action against those spreading misinformation,” Jennifer noted.

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