NECO GCE 2010 result is out.
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NECO has released result of its June/July Senior School Certificate Examination h.e NECO GCE 2010, The result, though better than last year's was still nothing to write home about. NECO June/July SSCE result was still very poor with less than 22% recording at least credit in English and Mathematics. Candidates who sat for the NECO June/July 2010 SSCE are advised to log on to NECO Nigeria Exam website with the same scratchcard they used for registration to check their NECO GCE 2010 results. Meanwhile, registration for NECO November/December GCE Exams has commenced and will end on September 30, 2010.
What is NECO GCE 2010 RESULT all about?
NECO SSCE is an examination taken by students at the end of their secondary school education. The NECO SSCE certificate is a requirement for gaining admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria. NECO SSCE can also be used for securing jobs. An alternative to NECO SSCE is the WAEC SSCE.
Candidates seating for NECO GCE 2011 are allowed to select up to nine subjects. Candidates are expected to pass five subjects at credit level to gain admission into a University in Nigeria. Most courses will require that the five credit subject must include English Language and Mathematics.
NECO organises other examinations like the NECO Junior School Certificate Examination, the NECO National Common Entrance, and the NECO Gifted Examination into Federal Academy Suleja.
The National Examinations Council has released the results of the November/December Senior School Certificate Examinations, with 98 per cent of the 234,682 failing to clinch five credits, including English and Mathematics. But NECO stated that 4,223 candidates got five credits, including English and Mathematics in the NECO GCE 2010 Result. The 4,223 candidates formed about 1.80 per cent of those that sat for the examinations, while Kogi, Bauchi and Ondo led others states in the list of examination malpractices. The Registrar of NECO GCE 2010, Prof. Promise Okpalla, stated this in his address at the NECO GCE national headquarters in Minna on Tuesday.
He added that 234,682 candidates wrote the examinations out of 245,157 that registered. He said, “Today, NECO GCE formally announces the NECO GCE 2010 Result which held in 1,708 centres spread across the country.
“Inasmuch as education remains a potent tool for attaining national goals, NECO GCE will remain a veritable instrument for measuring educational attainment at the secondary school level, as standards will not be sacrificed for whatever reasons.”
He mentioned the total number of candidates with five credits and above irrespective of subjects as 12,197, representing about 5.2 per cent of those that sat for the examination.
Okpalla also said that 236,613 cases of examination malpractices were discovered in the examinations.
He said while Kogi topped the list of examination malpractices, the Federal Capital Territory, Abia and Oyo states were ranked lowest in infractions.
He regretted the poor performance of the candidates in the examination, saying that there was the need for stakeholders to intensify efforts in ensuring improvement in candidates’ performance.
We do hope and pray that NECO GCE 2011 be better than this NECO GCE 2011 result.