NECO Nov/Dec GCE Result 2021/2022 is Out –

Filed in Exam by on August 3, 2021

NECO Nov/Dec GCE Result 2021: How to Check NECO Nov/Dec GCE Result Online. National Examination Council, NECO November/December SSCE results are out. See more details below;

NECO Nov/Dec GCE Result 2021/2022 is Out -

How to Check NECO GCE Result Online

According to the council, the NECO result checker cards will no longer be used to check results. To check your NECO Nov/Dec result now, candidates are to log on to and click on NECO Results. 

Follow the prompt thereafter to purchase a token and access their results. Or follow the guide below;

  1. Go to the NECO result checking portal at
  2. Pick your exam year. (i.e. 2020)
  3. Pick your exam type. i.e. SSCE EXTERNAL (NOV/DEC)
  4. Enter your Token Number and registration number in the appropriate columns.
  5. Click on the check result button to access your NECO GCE result.

NECO GCE Statistics

The NECO GCE result statistics show that out of 41,459 candidates who purchased the form, 39,503 candidates took part in the examination.

The registrar further explained that a total of 26,277 candidates obtained five credits and above including English Language and Mathematics while 34,014 candidates also obtained five credits and above irrespective of English Language and Mathematics.

It was also gathered that 6,465 cases of examination malpractice were recorded in the 2020 SSCE External as against 17,004 cases in 2019.

What’s More?

Obioma further disclosed that the results of 256,000 candidates who missed some papers during the 2020 SSCE (Internal) due to the ENDSARS protests in some states and who sat for those papers during the 2020 SSCE (External) were being released alongside those of external candidates today.


Brief History of NECO

In 1997, the Abacha administration set up the Etsu Nupe panel to re-examine the Nigerian education system.

In the same year, vision 2020 was set up by the Federal Government with a committee on review of Nigeria’s education system.

Both the Etsu Nupe panel and the vision 2020 committee observed that in spite of the drastic reduction in its workload, WAEC’s challenges still persisted.

Also, it was recommended as the establishment of an indigenous examination body parallel to WAEC as Nigeria’s home-grown alternative examination body.

More about NECO

The harmonized report of the two committees was published in January 1998. The published report was presented at the 46th meeting of the National Council on Education (NCE) held at Abeokuta Ogun state in March 1999.

However, it was where a resolution to upgrade the National Board for Educational Measurement (NBEM) into a full-scale national examination outfit of the same standard as WAEC was passed.

Also, See NECO Registration Form and Guidelines Here

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