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Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb) has released exams timetable for the 2020 candidates at primary, ordinary and advanced level of education.

Mr Dan Odongo, the Uneb executive secretary, said the exams are being held in 2021 because of the need to make up for the time lost by the candidates during the Covid-19 induced lockdown.

Briefings for Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) will be conducted on February 26, with the exams starting on March 1, beginning with Physics practical and IPS Art Still Life/Nature. The exams will end on April 6 with Technical Drawing and Electrical Practice, among others.

Candidates for the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) will be briefed on April 9 and sit the exams on April 12, starting with European History, World Affairs since 1939, and Mathematics and end on May 3 with Imaginative Composition in Colour.

Briefing of candidates for Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) will be held on March 26, with the candidates starting the exams on March 30, beginning with Mathematics, Social Studies and Religious Education. They will end the exams on March 31 with Integrated Science and English.

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