By | January 25, 2024

UBTEB National Certificate (Technical and Vocational) And Advanced Craft Nov/Dec Final Examination Draft Time Table


The time allowed for each paper is shown against the name of the paper. NO EXTRA TIME IS TO BE ALLOWED.

In case of any discrepancy, the time shown on the question paper must be taken as correct.

It must be observed that the morning session begins at 09.00 a.m. and the afternoon session at 2.00 p.m.

Briefing the candidates by the Heads of centres on the conduct of the Examinations will be done on Friday, 18th November 2022 and MUST be attended by candidates at their respective centres of registration


Candidates should ease themselves before entering the examination room. No candidate shall be allowed to leave the examination room before the end of the examination.

Candidates should be seated in the examination hall/room at least 15 minutes before the start of the examination.

Any candidate who comes fifteen (30) or more minutes after the official start of the examination will not be allowed to sit the examination paper.

Do not smuggle unauthorized materials e.g., notes, textbooks, etc. in the examination room. Do not engage in any form of examination malpractice.

Programmable calculators and Mobile Phones are not allowed in and around examination rooms.

Candidates are instructed to present themselves at the entrance to the examination rooms/halls for checking by the examination supervisors for smuggled information in area like pockets, shoes or any other body parts.

At the start of each examination, the candidates’ representative should examine the question paper envelope(s) to find out whether
(it is), they are intact or not In case the envelope(s) is/are tempered with, report this matter to the Executive Secretary UBTEB, P.O. Box 1499 Kampala Line +256-414-698995 or +256-414-289785: Email:

Attend carefully to the instructions given on the question paper rubric. Do not answer more questions than asked for. The examiner will not mark the extra questions answered.

Write your correct names, registration number and paper code on each page of your answer booklets and any separate sheet(s) used. Poor handwriting may lead to loss of marks and results.

Sit only the examination paper you registered for. No results may be issued for papers sat but not registered for. Register your attendance for each paper with the examination supervisor.

Sit for the examination only at the Centre where you have registered to take it.

At the end of the examination, stop writing when instructed to do so, arrange your scripts in order, make sure that they all have your registration number, and fasten them together at the top left-hand corner.

Do not go out immediately at the end of each examination. Witness the verification and sealing of the scripts in the return envelope.

Leave all the used and unused booklets and other official stationery inside the examination room.

Sharing of Calculators, Mathematical/Reference tables, and charts is NOT allowed during the examination period.

Borrowing of pens shall be done after consulting the examination supervisor.

Do NOT write anything on the Question paper. All rough work should be done in the official answer booklet provided.

Afterwards, rough work should be cancelled.

Candidates should note that “The Conduct of Examinations and Assessment Regulations, 2019 Part
X, Section 69” will apply.

Any attempt to indulge in malpractice even in one paper will lead to the cancellation of results of the entire year/semester.

Download the timetable here