NECO 2021/2022 Result is Out: Check Result on Portal

NECO (National Examinations Council) results are now available! Candidates who took the SSCE internal exams can now see their results through the internet. You must, however, purchase the result checking scratch card in order to retrieve your results online. N300 is the official fee of the NECO 2021/2022 Result is Checker.

The NECO June/July examination is taken by candidates in the final level of their secondary school education. To view their results, candidates are asked to purchase the National Examinations Council (NECO) result checker card, which costs N300 (three hundred naira only).

Is the NECO Result 2021 Available?

The question today is if NECO has announced the results of applicants who took part in the 2021 June/July Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE)?

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Yes, all candidates who took the National Examinations Council (NECO) 2021 June/July Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) have received their results. Only 894,101 of the 1,209,992 applicants who sat for the exams, according to NECO Registrar Godswill Obioma, received at least five credit passes, including Mathematics and English Language.

How to Check Your NECO Result

You must acquire a NECO result checking Token online in order to check your results. RECOMMENDED: How to Get NECO Tokens. After that, follow the steps mentioned below:

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  1. Go to to check your NECO results.
  2. Choose the year of your exam. i.e. in the year 2021
  3. Choose the sort of exam you want to take. SSCE INTERNAL (JUN/JUL) is an example.
  4. In the appropriate columns, enter your Token Number and registration number.
  5. Finally, to get your NECO result, click the check result option.
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By now, you should be able to see your grades in each topic if you followed the basic steps mentioned above.


Note: The NECO result Checker can only be used a certain amount of times. Simply send your result to your email address to avoid future usage.

Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: September 13, 2021 — 12:39 am

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