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Makerere University Releases Final Timetable for End of Semester Exams

Makerere University academic registrar, has released the final timetable for the end of semester one of the academic year 2021/22 exams

Makerere University, through the office of the academic registrar, has released the final timetable for the end of semester one of the academic year 2021/2022 examination.

When you visit Makerere University, what welcomes you are the small student groups scattered all over the compound in discussions.

However, this isn’t the daily trend, the end-of-semester examinations that are scheduled to commence on April 25th, 2022 are believed to be the cause of this behavioral change.

Some first-year students revealed to this website that they are reading with bated breath as they can’t anticipate what their first university examinations will be like.

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Edwin Asiimwe, a first-year student pursuing a bachelor’s in social workers told the Bee that he dreads the forthcoming exams. Edwin is afraid and quite ambitious with a burning desire to prove his worth.

“I feel quite anxious and uneasy mixed with ambitiousness to prove my worth since it is the first time,” Edwin said.

Unlike the previous two semesters, Makerere University students won’t be allowed to sit for their end-of-semester examination minus fully paying their tuition.

The end of semester examinations for the academic year 2021/2022 will commence on Monday, April 25th, 2022, and end on Saturday 14th May 2022.

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