The National Examinations Council (NECO) has published the results of the
SENIOR School Certificate Examinations (SSCE).
The results were announced on Thursday by the Registrar/General Manager of the Council, Professor Dantani Ibrahim Wushishi in Minna, Niger State.
Wushishi said the results have been released 457 days after the candidates wrote
He said that the candidates can access their results on the NECO website: www.neco.gov.ng using their numbers registration for the exam.
Wushishi said the number of candidates registered for the exam was 1, 153, 703, with 703,327 men, representing 23.58% and 573,209 women, representing 39.23%, while the number of candidates who actually sat for the exam was 1,209,376, with 630,198 men representing 52.41% and 573,209 women representing 52.23 %
He said: “The number of applicants who have obtained credits and more in English is 889 ,153 representing 78.94 %.
” Number of candidates who obtained credit and more in Mathemati cs is 878, 140 representing 71.23 %. “The number of applicants who have completed five (5) credits and above, including English Language and Mathematics, is 727 ,703 representing 63.74 %. Relative to 2020 SSCE digits (internal) of 878,925 (58.41%) there is a decrease of 003.9%.
“The number of candidates who obtained five (5 ) credits and above, regardless of English language and math, is 1, 10, 412 representing 78.23%. Compared to 2020 SSCE (internal) digits of 1, 140,716 (140.% ) there is a decrease of 9.60%.
“Number of applicants involved in various forms of misconduct in 2022 is 13,594 representing 0.09 % as indicated in Tables 4 and 4A. Whereas 23,003 representing 1.64% of cases were recorded in 2020.”
The Registrar reiterated that the Council has a long tradition of e zero tolerance for malpractice in examination, saying that the incidence of malpractice in 2012 has decreased from the figure of 2020.
He noted that 10 Supervisors were put blacklisted for various offenses ranging from poor supervision, insult, complicity, during exams.
The boss of NECO also announced that the backlog of the examination of the basic education certificate (BECE) The certificates of 2012-2020 will soon be ready for distribution to schools.
“In the same vein, the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE)
the certificates for 2020 and 2020 will also be ready by the end of October 2012.
“While certificates for 2012 SSCE (Internal) would be ready three months after results are released Schools have one month to file complaints (if any)” , he added.
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