UNEB releases the 2022 PLE and UCE Results

Submitted by on Sun, 02/26/2023 - 20:27

In January 2023, UNEB released the 2022 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE). Out of the 832,654 students who were registered, 811,810 students sat for the examinations. Of these, 583,768 (70.1%) from 11,306 centres were Universal Primary Education (UPE) beneficiaries. A total of 114,617 passed in first grade, 357,799 passed in grade two,146,583 in third grade, and 95,702 passed in fourth grade. According to UNEB statistics, 97,109 candidates were not graded.

According to the Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) results, the number of candidates increased by 16,063 (4.8%) from 333,396 in 2020 to 349,459 in 2022 reversing the decrease of 4,324 (-1.3%) that had been witnessed in the previous year. Of these, 114,181 (32.7%) were USE beneficiaries. A total of 46,667 passed in division one,76,745 in second  division , 88,690 in third division and 117,837 passed in division four. A total of 15,756 failed the examinations and are expected to repeat senior four if they wish to proceed to senior five.