Uganda Releases Results of 'A-Level' Exams

The Uganda National Examination Board has released the results of the Uganda Certificate of Education - commonly known as A-levels. Of the 101,269 candidates who took the exams in 2017, 98.5% can go on to tertiary education - but only 34,819 students obtained at least three principal passes - fewer than were attained in 2016.



Uganda National Examinations Board chairperson Professor Mary Okwakol hands the 2017 Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education Examination results to State Minister for Higher Education Dr John Chrysostom Muyingo, right, in Kampala on February 21, 2018.

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