Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education

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In Uganda, students receive the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) when they finish the 2-year upper secondary school which is also called the HSC. It is comparative to GCE A-Level in the UK. UACE is also known colloquially as "A-Level". The examinations for the UACE are administered by the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB).[1]

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these examinations are administered countrywide to all registered schools and students. All students are subjected to the same grading scale.