mynecoexams.com NECO Result 2023/2024 To Be Out soon -MyNeco Result Checker-
So many candidates,parents has been asking when the National Examinations Council (NECO), will release the 2023/2024 NECO result.
So in this article you shall get to find out when the result will be out and how to check it online.
How much is NECO result checker card? 2023/2024
The National Examinations Council (NECO) result checker card is not that expensive, it’s just 300 naira which makes it one of the cheapest result checker right now in the country.
The cards can be gotten in all NECO offices nationwide. Price might be little higher if you are getting it from business centers.
How to check your NECO results www.mynecoexams.com 2023/2024
Make sure you have a system or a phone that is connected to the internet
- Then you have to Visit NECO result checking website @http://www.mynecoexams.com/results/
- Then you have to Select year Examination Type
- Then Select your year of examination which should be 2023
- Input your card PIN number in the space provided for it
- Enter your Examination Number
- Finally Click on “Check My Result” button
Immediately you check your result make sure you print it out because if you fail to print it out you might still need to check it again and again thereby exhausting the limit of the card.
2023/2024 Admission And NECO Result
It’s now mandatory that you must upload your results to jamb portal and also to your school of choice portal during the post UTME screening exercise.
If you have not seen your results don’t panic, we assure you that you all will get your results before the end of your post UTME registration process.
NECO 2018 statistics
It will be recalled that. Mr Abubakar Gana who is the acting registrar of the council said that Out of the 1,041,536 candidates who sat for the 2018 NECO Examinations, only about 742,455 of that candidates got a minimum of 5 credits pass, this include English Language and Mathematics
He further went on to say that about 20,181 candidates where found guilty of engaging in exam malpractice. This means that a total of 20,181 candidates didn’t see their results.