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NECO Result is Out | National Examinations Council, NECO 2020 June/July SSCE Result is Out – See How To Check NECO Result Online Below.

Candidates are advised to check their National Examinations Council (NECO) 2020 results on the result checking portal using the result checker scratch card.

This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the National Examinations Council (NECO) 2020 June/July Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE), that their results have been released.

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.

How To Check NECO Result.

Go to NECO result checking portal at http://www.mynecoexams.com/results/.
Select year Examination Type (i.e. June.July).
Select year of examination (i.e 2020).
Enter your card PIN number (the PIN on the NECO Result Card).
Enter your Examination Number
Finally, click on “Check My Result” button to finally see your result.
If you follow the simple steps outlined above, by now you should be seeing your grades in each subject.

Note: The NECO result Checker has a limited number of use. To avoid subsequent usage, just send your result to your email.

NECO acting Registrar, Abubakar Gana, said out of the 1,041,536 candidates who sat for the examinations, only 742,455 of the candidates got at least five credit passes including Mathematics and the English Language.

He added that a total number of 20,181 candidates were involved in examination malpractices, less than the figure of 2020.