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Record-Breaking A-Level Results!

In 2012, UCTF members recorded their best ever set of A-Level results. In total there were twelve candidates sitting these exams, from five different schools. Not only did our members dominate the national average, but they also outperformed all previous UCTF classes, as you can see below:

 

Result

% of candidates nationally

% of UCTF Members

4P

21

75

3P

24

17

2P

25

8

1P

22

0

1S

8

0

F

1

0

P=Principal Pass, S=Subsidiary Pass, F=Fail

 

(In Uganda, A-Level performances are usually presented in points. Six points are awarded for an ‘A’, five for a ‘B’, and so on. One extra point is also awarded for a pass in the compulsory General Paper. Students must sit four A-Levels. Thus the maximum number of points is 25, and the minimum is 0. The Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) does not publish the average number of points attained nationally.)

UCTF is extremely proud of all of these results.  But particular mention must go to some outstanding individual performances. Ben Mulemi got 19 points and has been admitted to read Mechanical Engineering at Makerere University. Phiona Kisakye and Sulaiman Ssenyonga both got 20 points, and are going to read Law and Industrial Fine Art respectively. Finally, Joel Wambisha achieved 22 points, with A’s in Maths and Physics, and has received a full government scholarship to read Mechanical Engineering at Kyambogo University.

We believe that these record-breaking grades are the natural result of UCTF’s strong investment in each child. By sending our children to good schools, and closely monitoring and mentoring their development, we are ensuring that our members are well placed to become the leaders of tomorrow. 

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