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Kasese District Joint Examinations’ Board releases 2022 Mock results  

BY JOACKIM KULE

The Kasese District Joint Examinations’ Board (KADJEB) on Monday officially released the 2022 Mock results for the Uganda Certificate of Education (O’ level) and Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (A’ level).

The examinations that were conducted from July 15 and August 12, 2022 at 12 centres across the district were attempted by candidates from the 12 schools that subscribe to the examining body.

While releasing the results at Kasese Secondary School, Mr. Benjamin Muhindo, the General Secretary for Kasese District Joint Examinations’ Board indicated a slight decline in performance compared to the previous years.

According to him, only seven candidates managed to pass in division one, fifty eight in division two, 129 in division three, 482 in division four, 255 in division seven, 232 in division nine and none in division X.

Mr. Muhindo announced Karambi Secondary School as the first with four candidates excelling in division one at O’ level and three with the highest points in A’ level followed by Kasese Secondary School with two O’ level candidates in division one and one in A’ level with 13 points in a science combination.

Bright Academy Secondary School came in the third position with one candidate in division one while Kisinga Vocational Secondary had two candidates in A’ level with 15 and 12 points respectively in Arts subjects.

He, however, noted that they faced a challenge of inadequate funding during the examinations that made the activities financed by a fun oriented budget than a budget oriented funding.

In his remarks, Mr. Augustine Muserero, the Chairperson for Kasese District Joint Examinations’ Board, observed need for the teachers and parents to work closely as far as mindset change is concerned so that they may achieve more other than depending on the already existing resources.

He attributed the poor performance of candidates to the effects of the Covid-19 induced lockdown that left many candidates automatically promoted without completing the syllabus of their former classes. 

Mr. Semei Baluku, the Head teacher for Karambi Secondary School in a jovial mood told the press that his institution managed to excel following the cooperation among the teachers, learners and parents.

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