The NECO result (SSCE Internal) result has been released today, 6th February 2020. To check your NECO result (November/December), you need to buy a token.
Using this medium, I would love to reach out to all candidates who participated in the National Examination Council (NECO) examination for the 2019 November/December Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE). It’s with great pleasure that I announced to you, that the 2019/2020 NECO Nov/Dec SSCE results are out.
- How to Check NECO Nov/Dec SSCE Result.
- How to Buy NECO Token.
- Infographic on How to Check NECO Result.
- NECO Token Questions and Answers.
- How to Contact Neco (email, phone numbers).
- NECO official Address:
- NECO Official Phone Numbers:
- NECO Result Checker Portal (result.neco.gov.ng).
- NECO Nov/Dec SSCE Statistics.
How to Check NECO Nov/Dec SSCE Result.
Candidates can access their results through the official NECO Website, using the guidelines shared below.
To check your result, please visit the official Neco result checking portal, using your examination registration numbers and the council approved result checker.
- First, you need to visit https://result.neco.gov.ng
- When it loads, select your Examination year (2019)
- Select your Examination type (e.g: Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), SSCE Internal (June/July) SSCE External (November/December), National Common Entrance Examination.)
- Type in your Token in the empty box.
- Type in your Registration Number in the blank box provided.
- Finally, click on the “CHECK RESULT” button.
How to Buy NECO Token.
To buy a Token, you must register using your real email address (because you’ll need to verify your account), and phone number.
Once you have successfully registered and verified your account, login and click on the “Purchase Token” button provided in your dashboard.
You can pay through Remita, using your Mastercard card.
Infographic on How to Check NECO Result.
NECO Token Questions and Answers.
Question: How many candidates can use a token?
Answer: A token is tied and associated to one candidate’s unique exam number. This means that two candidates can’t use the same token, even if they are from the same family.
Question: How many times can a candidate use the token?
Answer: The usage of each token is capped at 5. This means that each token cannot be used more than 5 times to view a candidate’s result. It’s better to bulk print out your Neco results to avoid buying another token.
Question: How much is the token?
Answer: One (1) token costs ₦500, and service charge costs (₦40). You’ll send a total of ₦540 to buy one token.
How to Contact Neco (email, phone numbers).
To contact the National Examinations Council through their email support, send your complaints, inquiries to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
NECO official Address:
National Examinations Council (NECO) Km 8, Bida Road, P.M.B 159, Minna, Nigeria.
NECO Official Phone Numbers:
NECO Result Checker Portal (result.neco.gov.ng).
The newly established NECO results online system (portal) provides users who participated in the examination, a convenient way to check all NECO examination results. Candidates should note that once results are released, it will be made available through the NECO Results system (www.result.neco.gov.ng).
Through the NECO result checking portal, candidates can easily check their SSCE, BECE and NCEE results by purchasing tokens. Note that the token(s) can be shared with candidates, parents, schools, organizations or any person who wished to view the candidate’s results.
However, candidates who participated in the NECO common entrance, do not need tokens to check their results.
NECO Nov/Dec SSCE Statistics.
The National Examination Council (NECO) has released the results of the 2019 November/December Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE). Speaking on this issue, the Acting Registrar of the council, Mr. Abubakar Gana, made this known in a statement to newsmen in FCT Abuja on Thursday, 6th February, 2020.
The NECO registrar disclosed that a total of 70,140 candidates registered for the examination, and while a total of 65,207 candidates sat for the English Language out of which 41,214, representing 63 percent, got either Distinction or Credit.
The registrar further disclosed that 66,398 candidates sat for Mathematics exam, out of which 54,565, representing 82.18 percent, got either Distinction or Credit in the subject.
48.68 percent of candidates, that is, 33,576 candidates, got five Credits and above, including English Language and Mathematics.
“On the other hand, 50,057 candidates, representing 72.57% got five Credits and above, irrespective of English Language and Mathematics.” This conclusion was drawn from the 29 subjects examined.