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USING this platform, we would like to inform the general public that the result of 2017/18 June/July National Examination Council (NECO) Senior School Certificate Examination, (SSCE) has been released.
All the students who participated in the NECO June/July 2017 examination are to obtain a scratch card to check their results. The scratch cards are already available at any nearby NECO offices.
See also: NECO Nov/Dec SSCE Result 2017 Released
The management has enabled the neco result checker portal, and all those who have purchase their scratch should follow the steps provided below to access their result.
How to check NECO June/July Result Online
You can check your Neco result in 3 simple step.
step 1. After you have obtained your scratch card, go to the result checking portal of NECO at mynecoexams.com/results/
step 2. On the page that loads up, select your examination type (i.e. June/July) and examination year (i.e. 2015)
step 3. Enter your scratch card PIN number and Examination number details in the spaces provided.
step 4. Confirm the details you entered and if it is correct, click on the “Check Result” button to access your result.
The NigeriaSchool™ wishes you all the best.
Edit: Some candidates are asking if they can check neco result without scratch card, I don’t think this is possible you will need the scratch card to access your result, and you can actually purchase for less than One thousand naira, (N1,000.00) only.
NECO 2017 Statistics
The results showed that 745,053 candidates that sat for the examination recorded credit and above passes in English and Mathematics, while 947,850 candidates passed with credits and above in five subjects irrespective of English and Mathematics.
According to the Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of NECO, Professor Charles Uwakwe, who announced the results, over 1,055,988 candidates registered for the examination, while 1,051472 actually sat for the test which covered a total of 76 subjects.
The registrar disclosed that 50,586 candidates were involved in examination malpractices, adding that 276 schools were involved in “mass cheating” in 34 states.
As a result, Uwakwe said six schools had been “derecognised” for their institution being involved in examination malpractices in addition to 23 supervisors “who aided malpractices in one way or the other were blacklisted”.
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