The 2022 Primary Leaving Examinations were concluded as planned on Wednesday 9th of November 2022 in the schools in Arua city without cases of examination malpractice and few cases of sicknesses.
In some schools number of candidates who registered for the National examinations missed due to several reasons, but majority of the candidates did the papers as planned. At Awindiri primary school sitting center where 253 candidates registered, the examinations went on without cases of examination malpractice, Arumadri Patrick who was the chief invigilator of the center said unlike the fast day, they received the examination papers in time on the last day, and no cases of examination malpractice were registered. All the candidates who registered at Arua Hill primary school turned up for the papers. Gift Amagule, the head teacher of Arua Hill primary school, confirmed that they did not realize much challenges during the examinations, although one candidate got an accident on the way to the center. At Arua parents’ primary school sitting center, where 115 girls and 90 boys registered, the examinations ended well. Richard Abima, who was the chief invigilator in the center, appreciated the administration of Arua parents primary school for setting the center very well for the smooth running of the examinations.
The Primary Leaving Examinations started with Mathematics and Social studies on the fats day, and ended with Science and English paper.