The Uganda National Examinations Board says no examinations anomalies have been registered in the ongoing S.4 examinations which kicked off today.
According to the Uganda National Examination board executive secretary Dan Odong says the examinations have been delivered on time and no anomalies reported.
He however, say if there is disruption of the rain in some of the hard to reach areas, police helicopters are on standby to lift the examinations materials.
He warned, that head teachers, to ensure that they do not engage in any examination malpractices to avoid causing problems to the students.
The examinations which end on November 23rd with optional subjects Music and technical drawing kicked off this morning with Physics Practical’s.
About 323,233 students are siting for the examinations at 3,454 centres and the number of candidates shot up by 8,500 students from 314,286 who sat last year.