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    S6 EXAMS: Here Are The Top 150 UACE Schools Plus How To Weigh Your Scores For University Entry




    The Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) yesterday released results of Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) where 98.5% of the candidates who sat for these exams qualifying for a UACE award.

    According to UNEB executive secretary Dan Odongo, the failure rate increased from 1.3% in 2016 to 1.5% in 2017. A total of 83,301 candidates qualified for tertiary institution admission compared to 88,659 in 2016.

    A total of 101,269 candidates sat for 2017 examinations from 1,918 centres with 41,953 of those were females and the rest male.

    Female candidates performed better than their male counterparts with the female failure rate going down.

    Literature in English, Christian Religious Education, Physics and Biology were the best performed subjects.

    Results of 79 candidates from 24 centres were withheld due to suspected examination malpractices.



    In the past, the admissions board categorised subjects as essential, relevant, desirable or ‘other’ when admitting students into public universities. The ‘others’ category has since been scrapped in the new public universities admissions guidelines.

    Students joining public universities will be admitted on the basis of a maximum score of 20 points. That is a maximum six points for each of the three subjects, one point for general paper and another point for sub-maths or computer, as a subsidiary subject.

    Until a few years ago, students joining the public universities were admitted on the basis of the maximum of 25 points. That is a maximum of six points for each of the four subjects, and one for general paper.

    For one to be admitted at the university, he or she must have done a combination of three subjects, general paper and sub-maths or computer studies as a subsidiary.



    • All subjects taken at A level are grouped into three categories and weighted as follows for purposes of admission to any programme of undergraduate study in the university.

    The essential subject weighs three points, the relevant subject two points and desirable subject one point.

    • The essential A level subjects for university programmes must be passed with a principal pass.

    • The three subjects must be taken at the principal level to be considered during the weighing for university admission.

    • For most courses, one subject is designated as “essential”.

    • A distinction or credit in a subject taken at subsidiary level such as general paper, sub-maths or computer studies carries one point. A subsidiary pass ranges from grades one to six.

    • In case of programmes where “essential” subjects may be three or more, an “essential set” of subjects is defined. The best-performed two subjects of the essential are designated as “essential subjects” and weighted three. The third best done subject from the essential set is designated as the “relevant subject” and weighted two.

    • For the university admission, there is consideration also for O’level grades.

    A distinction one and two carries 0.3 points, credits three to six carry 0.2, passes seven and eight carry 0.1.

    • For A  level grades, the conversion scale is A=6 points, B=5 points, C=4 points, D=3 points, E=2 points and 0=1 point.



    • The O’level weight of a candidate for any programme in the university is obtained by multiplying the numbers of distinctions/credits/passes, by the relevant weights and adding them up.

    • The Xlevel weight, for a given programme of a candidate is obtained by multiplying each subject grade point by the relevant weighting factor and adding them up to get the total weight.

    • The combined weight of a candidate for a given programme is obtained by adding the O’level weight obtained and the Xlevel weight. The best candidate for each programme is the one with the highest combined weight.

    • Candidates are selected on merit from those who apply for a programme as their first choice plus those who apply for the programme as second, third or fourth choice. If they. have not been admitted to programmes of their earlier choices, all choices are considered.



    • Assuming you wanted to study medicine in a public university, this is how you would calculate your weight.

    • The essential subjects for the Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree are biology and chemistry,

    while its relevant subject is either mathematics or physics. Its desirable subjects are general paper or submaths.

    • Assuming you got a distinction in general paper and a point in the subsidiary paper, and also scored AAA.

    • One more point for a subsidiary pass would be added to the score. Your sub-total score would then be 50.

    • The O’level results also count in university entry. If you got a distinction in each of the considered eight subjects, then that would be (8 x 0.3 = 2.4).

    • The O’level and Xlevel total score for such a student would then be 52.4. Had it been last year, such a student would qualify for a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in a public university on government sponsorship

    Government cut-off points for 2017/2018: Source New Vision 

    Government cut-off points for 2016/2017. Source New Vision



    1.       St. Mary’s SS, Kitende

    2.       St. Mary’s College Kisubi

    3.       Cornerstone Leadership Academy

    4.       Seeta HS Green Campus

    5.       Kings College Budo

    6.       Kisozi HS

    7.       Namilyango College

    8.       Seeta HS

    9.       Immaculate Heart Girls’ School

    10.   Uganda Martyrs Namugongo

    11.   Light SS

    12.   Madinah Islamic SS, Nsangi

    13.   St. Henry’s College, Kitovu

    14.   Gayaza HS

    15.   God’s Way HS, Maganjo

    16.   Mt. St Mary’s, Namagunga

    17.   St. Joseph’s SS, Naggalama

    18.   Hope Senior School

    19.   Naalya SS, Namugongo

    20.   Iganga SS

    21.   Kawempe Muslim SS

    22.   Nalya SS, Bweyogerere

    23.   Holy Cross Lahe View SS

    24.   St Mary’s College Lugazi

    25.   Nabisunnsa Girls’ School

    26.   Kisubi Seminary

    27.   Mandela SS

    28.   Mary Hill SS

    29.   Nyendo Mixed SS

    30.   Our Lady Of Africa SS

    31.   Ndejje SS

    32.   Ntungamo Girls. HS

    33.   Ndejje SS

    34.   Ntungamo Girls’ HS

    35.   Ntare School

    36.   Christ The King SS, Kalisizo

    37.   Seroma Christian HS

    38.   Hope Boarding SS, Lutembe

    39.   St. Joseph’s Seminary, Nyenga

    40.   St. Kaggwa Bushenyi HS

    41.   Ibun Masood HS, Makindye

    42.   Mulusa Academy, Wobulenzi

    43.   Metha SS

    44.   Ntungamo HS

    45.   Bp. Cipriano Kihangire SS

    46.   Khadhija Girls Islamic SS

    47.   St. Paul’s Seminary, Kabale

    48.   St, Jude’s SS, Katende

    49.   Citizens Secondary School, Ibanda

    50.   Gombe SS

    51.   Emirates College, Kakiri

    52.   St. Andrea Kahwa’s College

    53.   Brilliant HS, Kawempe

    54.   Serwanga- Lwanaga

    55.   Bulooba Royal college

    56.   Namiryango ss

    57.   Kiira College, Butiki

    58.   Buddo ss

    59.   St. Janan Luwum SS

    60.   Naggalama SS

    61.   Nsambya Hillside HS

    62.   St. Edward’s College, Galamba

    63.   St. Peter’s SS, Bombo Kalule

    64.   Bishop Cyprian, Kyabakadde

    65.   Viva College, Wairaka

    66.   St. Bernard’s SS, Mannya

    67.   Light Academy SS

    68.   Merryland HS Annex, Entebbe

    69.   Wampewo Ntakke SS

    70.   Fairmont HS

    71.   Kanjuki SS

    72.   Namirembe Hillside HS

    73.   Trinity College Nabbingo

    74.   St. Lawrence Citizens, Horizon

    75.   Mbogo SS

    76.   Mengo SS

    77.   Tororo Girls’ School

    78.   St. Peter’s SS, Nsambya

    79.   Midland HS, Kawempe

    80.   Ekitangala Transformation HS

    81.   King Solomon’s College, Kyatega

    82.   Seat Of Wisdom SS, Kasawo

    83.   Bukalasa Minor Seminary

    84.   Kajjansi Progressive SS

    85.   Seeta Hill College

    86.   Notrodame HS

    87.   St. Maria Gorreti SS, Katende

    88.   Kakoola HS

    89.   St. Joseph’s Girls’ School, Nkoni

    90.   Makerere College, Malawa

    91.   Luigi Guisani HS

    92.   St. Charles lwanga Seminary

    93.   Hopeful Future SS, Kayunga

    94.   Masaka SS

    95.   The Academy St. Lawrence, Budo

    96.   Nakanyonyi SS

    97.   Mugwanya Summit College

    98.   Greenlight Islamic, Nansana

    99.   Mbarara HS

    100.  St. Kalema SS

    101.    St. Cecilia Girls’ SS Bushenyi

    102.    Kiboga Parents Sec School

    103.    Stella Maris College, Nsube

    104.   London College Of St. Lawrence

    105.   Nkumba SS

    106.    St. Joseph’s Vocation

    107.    Nakaseke SS

    108.    Mpoma School

    109.     Luzira SS

    110.     St. John’s SS, Buyambi

    111.      Pope John Paul II HS

    112.     Mengo SS Annex

    113.     St. Theresa SS, Katende

    114.     Mbogo College, Kawempe

    115.     Mityana Modern SS

    116.     St. Henry’s College, Mbalwa

    117.     Royal College, Namugongo

    118.     Naggalama Islamic Institute

    119.     Kichwamba HS

    120.    St. Kizito SS, Kabowa

    121.     Kireka HS

    122.    Mentor SS, Lira

    123.    St. Kizito Katikamu Kisule SS

    124.    Central School

    125.    Badru Kakungulu, Kyazanga

    126.    Buloba HS

    127.     St. Mark’s SS, Ssange

    128.     St. Elizabeth Girls’SS, Mityana

    129.     St. Kizito SS, Bugolobi

    130.     Pride College Mpigi

    131.     Grace HS, Bulamu

    132.     Wakiso Muslim SS

    133.     Kazinga Sec Sch., Kalule

    134.     Bright Trust SS, Kyengera

    135.      Bishop’s Senior School, Mukono

    136.      Kitende SS

    137.      Forest Hill College

    138.      Kitabi Seminary

    139.      Wagwa HS

    140.      Equatorial College, Ibanda

    141.       St. Charles Lwanga CTC

    142.      St. Mary’s College, Rushoroza

    143.      Muyenga HS

    144.      Lubiri HS, Buloba Campus

    145.      Exodus College, Mmende

    146.      Ezra Memorial SS

    147.      St. Andrew Kaggwa, Kasaala

    148.      St. Francis HS, Namagoma

    149.      St. Lawrence SS, Ssonde

    150.      Our Lady Of Africa SS


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    How Father Lost Battle To Reverse Suspension Slapped On Daughter Found Distributing Marijuana At Peter’s Naalya SSS…



    Justice Musa Ssekaana the head of the Civil Division of the High Court has dismissed with costs a suit filed by a female student against St Peter’s Naalya Senior Secondary School for suspending her on allegations of distributing marijuana and other deadly drugs at the school premises.

    Tracy Natukunda Bamanya, a senior six candidate through her lawyers of M/s TM Kayemba Advocates filed a suit seeking for Court’s declarations that she was illegally suspended from the said school.

    She further wanted a permanent injunction stopping the school and its servants, agents from enforcing the decision to prevent her from conducting any further hearing arising out of the impugned indefinite suspension and preventing her from reporting back to the school for third term, attending classes, siting for mocks, tests, and other examinations.

    She was also seeking for a mandamus order directing the school to immediately reinstate her admission status till conclusion of her Uganda Advanced Certificate Examination Level.

    She was supported by the affidavit of her father Edward Mwesigwa Bamanya who denied all the allegations placed on her daughter that she is very indiscipline and always breaches the school rules and regulations.

    However, the school opposed the suit through the affidavit sworn by John Katongole the Headmaster of the school.

    Katongole pined Natukunda that during all her time at the school, she has always been indiscipline and disobedient to the rules set by the school.

    He gave an example that in the first term of the 2022 academic year, she was found in possession of marijuana and a matchbox which is an offence under Rule 14 of the school.

    Guided by the school’s lawyers of MMAKS Advocates, Katongole told Court that the offence Natukunda committed according to the school’s Rules is punishable by an indefinite suspension.

    When she was questioned by the school’s teachers concerning these illicit items and asked to record a statement, she admitted in her own statement of committing the offences in the presences of her parents.

    He explained to the Court that she continued with the habit and an investigation was carried out involving questioning of other students who revealed that Natukunda had been distributing marijuana cookies and marijuana for smoking to fellow students.

    The school management concluded the investigations and then summoned her and her parents to the school to present the findings to them.

    Due to the gravity of the offences committed, the parents were summoned to the school disciplinary committee and the disciplinary committee informed them with their daughter that she had grossly violated the school rules and the punishment under the rules was indefinite suspension.

    The disciplinary committee decided to not immediately enforce the indefinite suspension. They allowed her a leave of absence of five days after her parents pleaded with the school for time to ensure their daughter is able to change.

    Katongole told Court that Natukunda chose to abuse the discretion that had been exercised by the disciplinary committee by attacking the students who implicated her during the disciplinary committee hearing and continued to harass other students at the school.

    This time, the school had no option but to enforce the decision of the disciplinary committee and to indefinitely suspend her because she posed a danger to the lives and health of other students.

    Katongole insisted that she was accorded a fair hearing at all material times and was given the opportunity to make her representation on multiple occasions both in writing and later on before the disciplinary committee.

    The decision- making process was fairly conducted and the management of the school gave her numerous opportunities to reform.

    In his judgment, Justice Ssekaana agreed with the school.

    Ssekaana explained that Court should look beyond the narrow question of whether the decision was taken in a procedurally improper manner, to a question of whether a decision properly taken would have been any different or would have benefited Natukunda.

    He added that Natukunda thought that she should have been given a separate hearing setting out the offence for which she was being indefinitely suspended after she had been allowed back in school in March 2022.

    “The applicant was justifiably suspended indefinitely without a hearing due to the nature of the alleged offence of breaching the school rules and regulations. The applicant was found to be involved in using drugs- cannabis, weed cookies and specifically being a supplier in the school.  The actions of the applicant did not only constitute a breach of school rules and regulations but it is also a criminal offence under the Penal Code,” Justice Ssekaana stated.

    He added that the school management made the decision of suspending Natukunda to protect the rest of the students from her in the interest of broader public interest to the school community promptly.


    By Sengooba Alirabaki


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    REVEALED: 30-year-old Investor Injects Billions In First Ever International School In Masaka…



    On the Matanga hill in Masaka city is seated a 10-acre world class Hill View primary school Matanga with international standards and educational services despite teaching a local curriculum.

    The school which is yet to celebrate its one year anniversary has been an academic hub in Greater Masaka and the country at large due to its balanced curriculum which offers all-round well balanced education to children from different backgrounds.

    Our in depth research has proven that in just a space of a few months, the school proprietor has invested over 2 billion Shillings in the school in terms of educational services and infrastructure.

    Who is behind this mega project?

    Our investigations have revealed that 30-year-old Ssentongo Fredrick Lugonvu alias Mwana wa Taata, a Buganda based journalist, life coach and business man who mainly deals in hardware stores, all the way from Busubi Village Lwengo District is the proprietor of Hill View Primary school Matanga.

    Our team contacted the proprietor Ssentongo Fredrick Lugonvu, a humble and down to earth soft speaking gentleman and throughout our eight minutes conversation with him, he remained lip tight on whether he owns the multibillion school.

    However this was not shocking due to his nature of being a reserved person whose strength and weak points are hard to determine.

    We made an impromptu visit to the school and the first impression at the gate gives you a clear picture of how an international school must be. With unmatched conducive environment and well set up infrastructures, the school is seated on Matanga hills with a cool breeze from Lake Birinzi.

    After introducing ourselves we were directed to the office of the public relations officer of the school who took us through what makes the school stand out among other schools in the area and the country at large.

    A humble and jolly but equally principled PRO Nambaziira Mariam told us that the school is systematically run starting from the School management committee, head teacher and his deputies, heads of departments, Heads of section, non-teaching staff and the pupils’ leaders.

    She told us that the question of ownersip doesn’t arise since he is not involved in the day to day running of the school.

    She however revealed that at the grand opening of the school on 30th November 2023, the owner will be made known to the public.

    What makes Hill View Primary school Matanga unique?

    Pupils are only required to clear school fees and their personal necessities because other requirements like; school uniform, mattresses, basins, jerry cans among others are provided for by the school.

    We noticed that Hill View Primary School Matanga provides a balanced nutritious diet to the pupils. It also offers co-curricular activities especially; games, sports, aerobics, music, dance and drama with each item having its independent facility.

    As we toured the school, we found a new three stored flat building being erected.

    What is its capacity?

    According to Nambaziira, more structures are to be set up and once completed, the school will accommodate about 3000 boarding ambassadors as they are referred to in their school language.

    To have a virtual view of this impressive paradise, you can visit; website at


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    REBELLION AT SMACK: Staff Uprising Looms As Bro. Mpanga’s Trial And Error Management Style Sends Staff On The Edge…



    St. Mary’s College Kisubi (SMACK) is among the “ivy-league” schools in Uganda, with many prominent old boys.

    According to a 2018 published report, St. Mary’s College Kisubi is the most prestigious school in Uganda, owing to its excellent academic performance and all-round nurturing of its students.   However, this stands to go up in smoke, following a mutiny that is brewing at the 117-year-old institution.

    An exclusive dossier seen by this website reveals that a rebellion looming among staff members who are living in a cloud of misery.

    The staff members and support staff have petitioned the Ministry of Education and Sports against the mal-administration perpetuated by the school headmaster, Bro. Simeon Mpanga. This, after similar attempts to get redress from the Inspector General of Government (IGG) hit a dead end.

    In the missive to the Permanent Secretary (PS), the staff members detail that among many other problems, there are glaring discrepancies in workers’ salaries.

    “The previous college administration and the PTA Treasurer, Mr. Ronald Kasozi, who also doubled as Treasurer to the BOG, made inquiries into the workers’ salaries where upon he harmonised all payments to ensure equity and fairness,” they say.

    They further explain, “The new administration, under Brother Simon Simeon Mpanga, enhanced salaries of arts teachers on government payroll, as well as all teachers on BOG contract to bridge the gap at least by 50%, which was really a good and empathetic gesture. However, some teachers were intentionally left out of this increment, which is unfair. Therefore, we suggest that there should be a payroll audit to harmonise and ensure fair pay for all and the arrears be paid to the affected employees,”

    The aggrieved parties also reveal that there is divide and rule of the staff.  They claim Bro. Simon Simeon Mpanga has deliberately divided the staff for his selfish interests.

    “At first, he divided the staff basing on tribal grounds but when he realised that this would bring him trouble in the near future, he started doing it indirectly by dividing the staff basing on the period an individual teacher and other employees have served at the college.”

    In addition to the above, they say Bro. Simeon Mpanga is is fond of humiliating and embarrassing some staff members during weekly Friday staff briefings.  During these meetings, he always threatens and intimidates these victimised teachers with transfers.

    To those who are paid by the BOG, he is always threatening to cut down on their number and replace them with teachers on government payroll yet he has at the same time brought on board many teachers and support staff not on government payroll. This is traumatizing and severely damages the self-esteem of the employees on top of killing the morale and self-drive every worker should have.

    It is revealed that some teachers do not attend Friday staff briefings for fear of being humiliated and embarrassed.  There are fears that this may eventually impact negatively on the general performance of the school.

    “It would be okay if he privately summoned us (teachers) to discuss where we could have gone wrong.  It is sad that he relies on spies and rumours before humiliating us during the meetings,” they claim.

    They say that in relation to the above, some workers have been falsely accused and framed for offences they know nothing about.

    A case in point is a class teacher whom Bro. Simon Simeon Mpanga unjustly accuses of extorting money from parents to conduct online lessons yet it is actually the parents themselves who demanded for the service and even formed a committee to manage the finances and the programme.

    He also accuses teachers of using the parents-teachers WhatsApp groups to campaign for and rally support behind some parents into the PTA Executive positions.

    They say this is not true as parents overwhelmingly voted Counsel Michael Musisi-Chairman PTA, Dr. Medard Bitekyerezo-Vice Chairman PTA, Mr. Ronald Kasozi-Treasurer, Mrs Alice Guloba-Vice treasurer, Dr. Achan Okiria Patricia-member, Col. Joseph Fred Onata- member and Eng. Tugume Ayebare-member because of the trust and confidence they have in them as far as serving the interest of the College is concerned.

    It is also revealed that Bro. Mpanga also accuses teachers of not closing the WhatsApp groups as he instructed which is not true.

    “Honestly teachers closed the groups on his instructions even without clear reasons for the closure of these communication channels. However, because of the many events that have been taking place at school, some parents who are also administrators of these WhatsApp groups often reopen them to keep the fellow parents who are unable to attend, abreast with what is transpiring at school.

    It should be noted that this directive of WhatsApp closure by Bro. Simon Simeon Mpanga is against the fundamental human right of freedom of expression and association as clearly stipulated in the National Constitution of the Republic of Uganda chapter four, article 29 section (1), sub section (a) and (e).

    They claim that some of Bro Mpanga’s accusations bode on the macabre. “It is sad to mention that some accusations are as cheap as blaming some employees for practising witchcraft and this is enough to cost someone their hard-earned job,” He himself is known as a witchcraft practitioner hence the suspicion that like him, others too do practice it.

    They relay their shock at a recent discovery that the teachers’ representatives on the Board of Governors were not democratically elected by the staff but appointed by the Head Teacher for his selfish interests.

    “This was total violation of the guidelines of electing members of the BOG by the different constituencies as clearly stipulated in the Education Act 2008, Act 13 section 58, 59. We recommend that the Board of Governors be recalled and the different constituencies be given the right to democratically choose representatives of their own choice,”

    Bro Mpanga Sidelines Deputy for office messenger

    Worth noting also is that the current Head Teacher is always at cross purposes with the subjects he is supposed to be carrying out administrative work with.

    It is surprising to note that rather than delegate his deputy in charge of administration, Mr. Justus Katatumba and other administrators, he instead assigns responsibilities to an office messenger a one Kasozi and his cohorts.

    No wonder, weekly administrative assessment meetings which were regular in the previous regime for purposes College progress are no longer held.

    Members are simply informed of the final verdict of the Headteacher during the weekly Friday briefings whether it is viable or not to the surprise of other administrators. This affects both staff and students since all this is not reflected on the term planner.

    “It is so saddening to note that Bro. Simeon Simon Mpanga falsely accuses his deputy Headteacher in charge of administration, Mr. Justus Katatumba and a section of staff members, of fighting his administration. It is obvious that he is using this as a tool to justify eliminating this whole group. In truth, this is absolutely false. It has been discovered that he is playing this dirty game with the Chairman BOG by feeding him with false information tarnishing a section of staff and planning together how to get rid of these innocent people without giving them a listening ear,” they claim.

    They say that everyone’s surprise, on Tuesday 13th June, 2023 during the swearing-in ceremony of the democratically elected prefects, Bro. Simeon Mpanga announced that he had created new prefectorial posts which have not been there before.

    He even suggested some names, especially of the losers of high posts. This did not go well with the entire students’ community and staff who believe in fairness and democracy.

    Students believe that these appointed prefects should have been subjected to the normal procedure of applying, vetting, campaigning, being voted for and being sworn in before being given instruments of power.

    Students are sceptical that the sole purpose for these prefects is to spy for the head teacher and enforce his selfish interests among the


    Many a time, students have been heard complaining about these prefects as they have been seen mistreating fellow students, especially those who did not vote them.

    In the first place, their roles are not stipulated nor streamlined.

    In relation to the above, this clarifies a case in the previous year’s prefectorial elections

    when he planted a candidate at the last minute, on the post of Head Prefect to contest against the preferred and most popular candidate.

    They claim that he shamelessly went ahead to campaign for his candidate among the S. 1 and 2 classes which had the largest numbers that were young and easy to convince. To date, he still witch-hunts this innocent boy he plotted against.

    They write that ppreviously, the AGM and visitation had been planned (on the term planner) to take place on the same day Saturday 8th July, 2023. However, this was changed abruptly whereby the two events were separated, shifting AGM to the following Sunday 16th July, 2023. On a Sunday, few parents are expected to turn up as they would have on a Saturday.

    “Furthermore, parents were informed through their children that no parent would be allowed to see or interact with their children to discourage them further. This, we came to learn later that the two events combined would attract so many parents who would interfere with his selfish interests of influencing his own choices to the PTA executive. This went according to plan as indeed the number of parents that turned up was quite less,” they write.

    They claim that those and many more instances point to Bro Mpanga’s maladministration and unfortunately, the unsuspecting public knows nothing about it.

    “We are grateful to Rev. Fr. Ronald Bwanika-the College Chaplain for his endeavours to keep the staff and administration solid, we are forever indebted to him.  It should be noted clearly that this aggrieved group is not against Bro. Simon Simeon Mpanga-The Ag Head Teacher as a person neither do they wish him anything bad but we are fighting for the protection of all employees’ rights, freedoms and fairness,” they concluded.


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