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NECO Results for June/July 2010 SSCE Exam

THE National Examination Council (NECO), on Monday 20/09/10, released the results of the June/July Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE). The total analysis of the results showed another poor performance by candidates that sat for the examination.

While a total of 1,143, 169 candidates registered for the examination, 1,132,357 actually sat for the examination.

A breakdown of the results showed that only 244,456 candidates passed English Language at credit level  while 279,974 passed Mathematics.

Forty-three per cent of the number of candidates that sat for the examination passed at credit level in Biology, just as 29.49 per cent attained the same level in Physics and 36.18 per cent in Chemistry.

The analysis also showed that apart from Financial Accounting and Music, in which 40 per cent of the candidates recorded credit level passes, credit passes in other subjects were below 40 per cent.

The implication of the results, according to education experts, is that by virtue of the results released, over 60 per cent of the 1,132,357 candidates that sat for the examination would not gain admission to any Nigerian university.

Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of NECO, Professor Promise Okpala, who announced the release of the results but declined to give a summary of the outcome, described the results as fair, but said it was not the responsibility of the body to determine candidates that would gain admission into universities.

Okpala said that the level of malpractices had also reduced as only 615,010 cases were recorded, adding that Ekiti, Rivers, Kaduna, Enugu and Nasarawa states topped the list.

The registrar advised candidates that sat for the examination to check their results on the examination body’s website, using the scratch card and examination numbers used for registration and the examination.


Visit Nigerian Exam website at  www.nigeriaexams.com to check your NECO  results.

Information about NECO can be accessed at the NECO Examination Website at www.mynecoexams.com, there you will find information about NECO, its history, NECO Exams, and contacts.

What do you think might be the cause of this poor results?

6 comments:

  1. Johnson9/21/2010

    Why will they not fail when Parents no more monitor their children performance, Govt aint redy to improve the education system, Teachers busy dating students and students busy watching DSTV, Africa MAgic, Premiership etc May God Help Us..

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  2. Anonymous10/07/2010

    I have been trying to check my sister's result on NECO website but the latest year highlighted there is 2009,and when we tried logging her details with the scratch card it was saying invalid please what do I do?

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  3. Grace irem10/19/2010

    pls ave been trying to check my result but they keep telling me result not found pls what is the problem,my exam num is 12060581JD and my center num is 008220,i wrote the exams this year june/july

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  4. Anonymous10/29/2010

    pls how do i get the new free neco june/july 2010 result checker website?

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  5. Anonymous11/01/2010

    pls i have not been able to check my result as i wasnt givn canditate numbr, d skool i wrote close to 30 students were not given canditate number, we heard is a problem 4rm neco, aftr d exam we heard numbers were distributed to some schools, pls i want to confirm if its true its a neco problem, or if the school principal is lieing maybe we were not enrolled, pls help me

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  6. The result for the year 2010 is not available on the neco nwebsite, any help on how i can see my result, contact on facebook at facebook.com/lhardaey or twitter @zaizhoe

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