The national examination council (NECO) results have been issued and may be checked at any time by students through the results checking site result.neco.gov.ng.
This article will walk you through the whole process of navigating the site, as well as how to verify your NECO results in 2022.
Candidates who took the NECO tests in June/July or November/December may now check their results since the results are now accessible on the web.
The checking of results will need the use of an electronic token, which may be obtained on the NECO website as described in the following sections.
Token for checking NECO results
To check your NECO result in 2022, you’ll need to utilize a token. Follow these procedures to get the token:
- To get started, go to www.neco.gov.ng/register or straight to result.neco.gov.ng/register on the NECO website.
- Login if you already have an account to get started.
After you’ve signed in, you may purchase the token online using any of the available payment methods.
- There is a limit of one token per candidate, however, it may be shared with the candidate’s parents, schools, groups, or anyone else who wants to see the candidate’s results.
How to Check Your NECO Result: A Step-by-Step Guide
The new result-checking mechanism was created with applicants’ convenience in mind. You may use the methods below to double-check your results:
- To begin, go to www.neco.gov.ng and enter your examination registration number.
- Then, under ‘NECO Results,’ click ‘Check Result!’ To fill out the relevant information, go to the NECO results checking system (www.result.neco.gov.ng).
- Select the year of your test. i.e. in the year 2022
- Select the kind of test you want to take. SSCE Internal (JUN/JUL) is an example.
- Fill in the correct columns with your Token and Registration Number.
- When you’ve completed all of the fields, click the ‘CHECK RESULT’ button to see your grades.
- You should now be pleased with your results. Congratulations on your outstanding achievements.
Brief Stats about NECO
According to reports, 1,233,631 individuals enrolled for the NECO SSCE in June/July 2021, with 1,226,631 actually taking the test.
From the results, 945,853 applicants received five or more credits, including English Language and Mathematics, whereas 1,094,291 candidates received five or more credits regardless of English Language and Mathematics.
Although the aggregate performances may be described as ‘excellent,’ they are down somewhat from last year’s (2020) results.
These figures are projected to rise in the coming years as the country’s population grows.
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