On Thursday 9 , February Ugandans , especially Senior four students who had sat for Uganda Certificate of Education ( UCE ) Examinations last year finally learnt their results. A total of 345, 695 candidates sat for the examination in what is the penultimate bunch of the “old” Uganda school curriculum.
It was all smiles in Rubongi Army Secondary School, a UPDF founded school located in Rubongi Army Barracks,Rubongi Sub-county , Tororo District.One of their best students , Mwimali Abdul Nasir got 9 Aggregates to emerge among the best performers in Tororo district.
Speaking to RASS TV, a YouTube channel run by the Writers Club of Rubongi Army Secondary School, Mwimali had this to say :
“ I thank the Almighty God, for without him, we can not achieve anything. It was not easy but I thank our teachers who did their utmost best to make sure that we are smiling on this day celebrating the good UCE results. “ said a smiling Mwimali in the company of some of the students and teachers who had come to congratulate him .
Unlike some of the previous students who after performing very well want to go and experience a new environment elsewhere, Mwimali expressed his love to return to Rubongi Army Secondary School. He is planning to offer sciences in Advanced Level ( A Level) by taking Biology and chemistry.
The decision to leave out Physics made his former Physics teacher Mr. Musasizi Jonan to smile . A smile of one seeing a precious item floating away by the running waters . However, he wished the young boy all the best in his education.
Mwimali’s advice to fellow Students on how prepare for and pass UCE exams
Start early: Don’t wait until the last minute to start studying. Give yourself enough time to review all of the material thoroughly.
Create a study plan: Make a schedule of what you need to study, and stick to it. Decide how much time you need to spend on each subject and make sure you allocate enough time to cover everything.
Get organized: Keep your notes, textbooks, and other study materials organized so that you can find what you need quickly and easily.
Identify the most important information: Focus on the key concepts, formulas, and ideas that are most likely to be covered on the exam. Make sure you understand these thoroughly.
Practice, practice, practice: Take practice exams or quizzes, or work through sample problems to see how well you understand the material. This will also help you identify areas where you need to improve.
Get enough sleep: Sleep is important for retaining information, so make sure you get enough rest in the days leading up to the exam.
Stay relaxed: Don’t get too stressed out about the exam. Try to relax and stay calm. Take deep breaths, meditate, or engage in physical activity to help you stay focused and reduce stress
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