National Examinations Council (NECO) June/July Results for 2019 has been released. This is to inform the general public that the National Examinations Council (NECO) released the June/July 2019 Senior Secondary Schools results. See how to check your results below.
NECO 2019 June/July Results Have Been Released
Candidates that participated in the SSCE internal examination can now check their results online. However, you will need to purchase the result checking scratch card to be able to access your result online. The official price for the NECO 2019 Result checker is ₦300 (three hundred naira only).
The NECO June/July examination is the examination taken by candidates in their last stage of Secondary School Education. Candidates are advised to get the National Examinations Council (NECO) result checker card which goes for N300 (three hundred naira only) to access their results. You may however pay above the official rate of N300 (three hundred naira only) if you are getting it outside NECO offices.
After getting the result checker which contains the PIN Number you need to check your result, you can then follow the six (6) simple steps below to access your NECO Result.
The NECO Acting Registrar, Mr Abubakar Gana, made the announcement at the council’s headquarters in Minna, Niger State. He disclosed that 71 per cent of candidates obtained credits in English Language and Mathematics.
The Public Relations Officer of NECO, Mr. Azeez Sani, also confirmed the release of the results, noting that he marking of the answer scripts of the candidates took two weeks across the country and ended on Saturday, August 10.
According to Gana, 984,152 candidates representing 85.50 percent made Credit and above in English while 954,399 candidates made Credit and above in Mathematics. The registrar further disclosed that a total of 1,041,986 representing 89.90 percent made five credits and above irrespective of English and Mathematics, adding that the number increased by 0.5 percent.
The registrar said the June/July NECO exams is a success, noting that when compared to the 2018 exercise, there is an increase of 0.11 percent in candidates who scored five credits and above.
He however noted that the number of candidates involved in various forms of malpractice in 2019 increased with 40,630 cases recorded as against 20,181 cases recorded in 2018.
The over one million candidates 2019 NECO who have been demanding for their results to enable them begin admission for the 2019/2020 academic year can now rest easy.
How to Check Your NECO Result
- Visit the NECO result checking portal at http://www.mynecoexams.com/results/.
- Select your year Examination Type (i.e. June.July).
- Select your year of examination (i.e 2019).
- Type in your card PIN number (the PIN on the NECO Result Card).
- Type in your Examination Number
- Then, click on “Check My Result” button to finally see your result.
- You should now see your results.
Note: The NECO result Checker has a limited number of use. To avoid subsequent usage, just send your result to your email.
NECO June/July Results Statistics, 2019
The National Examinations Council (NECO) has released the results of the 2019 June/July Senior School Certificate Examination.
Alhaji Abubakar Gana, the Acting Registrar/Chief Executive of the National Examinations Councl, (NECO), who disclosed the release of the 2019 June/July results in Minna, Niger State on Tuesday said 1,163,194 registered for the examination while 1,151,016 actually sat for the examination. He also pointed out that 146 blind candidates sat for the examination.
The Statistics shows that 954,399 representing 83.03% made Credit and above in mathematics while 984,152representing 85.50% made Credit in English language. Similarly, the number of Candudates who made five credits and above including English language and mathematics is 829,787 representing 71.559% and when compared to 2018 June/July SSCE, there is an increase of 0.11%.
The number of candidates who made five Credits and above, irrespective of English language and Mathematics is 1,041,986 representing 89.90%
The Registrar said the Council has recommended three schools in Kastina, Kebbi and Oyo states for de-recognition from conducting its Senior Secondary School Examinations (SSCE) for two years. According to him, the schools were de-recognized for their involvements in mass cheating especially from where he called “Special Centers”. He also said that 17 supervisors were blacklisted for various offences ranging from poor supervision, aiding and abetting and connivance with non-candidates to write answers on chalkboard. Gana further disclosed that 40,630representing 3.53% of the candidates who sat for the examination were involved in various forms of malpractice
He also added that the number of malpractice cases when compared to 2018 increased with over 50 per cent.
Gana disclosed that some NECO staff who were alleged to have been involved in malpractice cases will not also go unpunished as they have been recommended to face the appropriate disciplinary measures and that anyone found guilty will be dealt with accordingly.