NECO Result is released, The National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) 2021 was recently released by the National Examination Council. The methods for checking the results have been provided following the released
How to Check the Results of the National Common Entrance Exam Online
In order to check NCEE results on the internet, follow the following procedures:
- Go to https://result.neco.gov.ng/ to access the NECO results portal.
- Choose a year for the exam, such as 2022.
- Choose the sort of exam, such as the National Common Entrance Examination.
- Fill in the required column with your registration number.
- Finally, to get the common entrance exam result, click the Check Result option.
Alternatively, to check your Neco results,
- go to https://ncee.neco.gov.ng/ to register for NCEE.
- Fill up the essential fields with your Email/Phone Number and Password.
- To view the results, go to Registered Candidates, select Completed, and then go to the respective Registered Candidates.
Following the processes mentioned below, candidates can now access the common entry result online.
It is important to know that you are not required to acquire a token. To view your ward’s result, simply enter the needed information (exam year, exam type, and registration number) and click Check Result.
If you have any problems in checking your Neco Released Result, please email email@example.com or phone 09070447255 or 09026080796.
Best of luck!
About National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE)
The National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) is required for admission to Federal Unity Colleges’ Junior Secondary School (JSS 1).
Only students in their final year of primary school are eligible to take the exam (That is pupils in Primary 6).
You can utilize the NCEE Portal to register one or more candidates for the exam, manage their information, and check their results.
This examination can be registered for by parents/guardians of their children/wards.
NECO: A Quick Overview
The creation of the National Examinations Council by a decree issued by the Abdulsalami Abubakar military administration in April 1999 was one of the last acts of the Abdulsalami Abubakar military administration (NECO).
Despite the fact that proposals for the establishment of a national examination body had been going on for more than two decades, the formation of NECO was not without controversy.
While some Nigerians welcomed its introduction as an opportunity for candidates to choose which testing body to use, others questioned its ability to administer reliable examinations that would earn widespread national and worldwide recognition and acceptance.
Others praised it for its ability to give cheap registration to candidates as a Federal Government parastatal, while others questioned its legal standing.
The conduct of the Senior School Certificate Examinations (CE), which had previously been the sole responsibility of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), was added to the new examination outfit’s responsibilities.
The National Examination Council also has the responsibility of conducting the National Common Entrance Examination NCEE exams.