11 February 2013

Uganda: O'level Performance Decline

Kampala — The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) over the weekend released the 2012 Ordinary level examinations indicating a tremendous decline in performance over those that sat in the year 2011.

The UNEB Executive Secretary Mr. Mathew Bukenya said the overall performance in grade one and two declined.

"2012 was not like 2011 as we look at the number of students who sat for the examination, Last year, 267,779 registered fbor the Senior Four national examinations, compared to 2011, where 273,363 registered, "he said.

The best performed subjects were History, Math, Geography and Biology well as the English language was the worst performed subject.

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