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How to Check National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) 2021

All the candidates who participated in the National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE), are hereby informed that the NECO common entrance result 2021 is out.

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We are glad to inform all the candidates that the National Examination Council (NECO), has released the results of candidates that sat for the 2021 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE).

The entrance examination was conducted for admission into the JSS 1 of the 104 unity schools across Nigeria.

Parents and Guardians can now check the results of their children and wards at the state ministries of education as well as NECO’s official portal.

Update: Federal Unity Colleges NCEE Admission List

How to Check NECO Common Entrance Exam Result

You can access the NECO common entrance result online by following the steps outlined below.

  1. Go to NECO results checking portal @
  2. Select exam year (ex. 2021.)
  3. Select exam type (ex. National Common Entrance Examination).
  4. Enter your Registration Number in the required box
  5. Click on “Check Result” button to access the result.

Alternative: you can also check it by following the procedure below

  1. Go to NCEE registration portal at
  2.  Enter your Email/Phone Number and Password in the required columns to login.
  3. Click On Registered Candidates
    * Select Completed
    * then Click on the Respective Registered candidates to view the result.

Please note that you do not need to purchase a token.

Note: The National Examination Council (NECO) Acting Registrar, Mr. Abubakar Gana said, admission into the Federal Government Unity Colleges would be based on 60 percent for merit and 40 percent for quota and others.

Please contact if you have any challenges or call any of the following numbers: +2349070447255, +2349026080796. +2349070447254.

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31 thoughts on “How to Check National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) 2021”

    1. It seems the NCEE result has not been uploaded online. It has only be released to the office of the minister of education desk for necessary government procedures.

  1. I learnt there is no need for token to check ncee result online, I have been trying the process it keeps giving the same response of network failure.
    I think the results has not been uploaded at all.
    What other ways can I exploit


  3. Just go to the result site. Pick year, exam type. If you pick NCEE, it will only require u to put the exam number and you click go and you get the result.

  4. Please no one should claim that he/she has seen his/her child’s result because it is only the ministry of education that has the right to order for the upload of the results. Neco may have announced the release of the results but you cannot see the results until the ministry of education announces it. if you are in doubt, call neco line and they will tell you about this.

  5. I have seen my children result and they passed. USE; https// result., type in the exam year, Exam type, and reg. No. ensure that the letters on the reg. number are in capital letters.

  6. I have seen my daughter’s result on the site. There must have been congestion earlier. The link works.

  7. All these people claiming to have seen result, how manage? because I called neck support line and I was told the result is not yet online

  8. No lies about d result
    I just checked this night.
    My son’s result is there live n direct
    Just follow d first link
    No need of token.
    Its free

  9. Keep trying. I was able to check my daughter’s own. I also checked for a friend, though it wasn’t easy.

  10. please will there be a supplementary list and how do i go about it?. My son scored 147 but was not shortlisted because of his state of origin Imo.

    1. I read somewhere that the 1st admission list will be out by 1st week of June and the supplementary list between July 20 and ending. I don’t know what their criteria for the supplementary list are. I hope they consider people who passed the exams but not qualified because of state of origin issue. Your Child really did well, but the system is not encouraging

  11. May I know where Chimmuanya Henry Oloa is posted to in one of the unity school for 2019/20 examination. He scored 174.

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