How to Check 2023 UACE Results by phone & online

Kampala, (UG):- The Uganda National Examinations Board – UNEB has today, Thursday, March 07, released the results for the 2023 Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) exams.

UNEB, executive Director Dan Odongo said “a total of 110,553 candidates registered for the 2023 UACE examination from 2,102 centres compared to 97,890 candidates from 1,969 centres in 2022.”

This is an increase of 12,663 candidates (12.9%). Of these, 47,226 (42.7%) were females and 63,339 (57.3%) were males.

”Candidates who appeared for the examination were 109,488, compared to 96,557 in 2022, an increase of 12,931 candidates (13.4%). Of these, 46,860 (42.8%) were females and 62,628 (57.2%) were males. At this level, the number of female candidates has consistently been much lower than that of the males”. he added

How to check for UACE Results by phone

Following the release of the UACE results, parents, candidates, and stakeholders have been issued guidelines on how to access their Results & collect the result slips.

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Just like PLE UCE Results, you can check his/her UACE Results performance on phone via SMS by typing UACE <space> Full Index Number, e.g. 003301/368, and send to 6600 on all mobile telecom networks at a cost of just shs 500 per SMS.

How to check UACE results online

According to UNEB, Headteachers and school administrators will also be able to access the results through the UNEB portal using their usual details.

To do this, go to your web browser and type ereg.uneb.ac.ug/results. In the form, enter the candidate’s Index Number and click SEARCH.

A page with the Candidate’s results will load. Please note that the online service is free and all you need is the internet to access it.

How to access Results via the School/Centre

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Information regarding the status of candidates such as names of candidates, their index numbers, and subjects for which they have registered is available with all examination Centres countrywide.

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