NECO Releases Results For 2016 Nov/Dec SSCE | Check Yours Here

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How to check NECO 2016 Results

The National Examinations Council (NECO) on Tuesday released the 2016 November/December results for its Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE).

Announcing the results in Minna, Niger State capital, Charles Uwakwe, Registrar/Chief Executive of NECO, said that about 60.55 per cent of candidates made five credits and above, including Mathematics and English Language.

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He further said that 47, 941 candidates registered for the external examination but that 47, 118 of them sat for it.

“The number of candidates that excelled with five credits and above including Mathematics and English language is 28,530, making 60.55 per cent,” he said.

Uwakwe added that 35, 744 (75.87 per cent) passed with five credits and above, irrespective of Mathematics and English language.

The registrar said that 7, 699 candidates (16.3 per cent) of the number that sat for the examination were involved in examination malpractice, which was lower than the 9, 940 candidates involved in various forms of examination malpractice in 2015.

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He said that improved logistics arrangement ensured that appropriate standards and excellence were maintained from planning stage to the release of results.

Mr. Uwakwe advised candidates to access results using their examination registration numbers and the council’s approved result checker on: www.mynecoexams.com.

To check results:

Candidates should open the NECO site through by clicking here:  www.mynecoexams.com

Then follow the five (5) simple steps below:

1. Select year Examination Type
2. Select year of examination
3. Enter your card PIN number
4. Enter your Examination Number
5. Click on “Check My Result” button

Note: NECO Result Card is N300 only.

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