The 2022 BECE JSS3 result (Junior WAEC or NECO BECE) is out online for checking without scratch cards. For those asking, is Junior WAEC result out? How do I check my Junior WAEC (BECE) 2022 result online? This article will show you how and where to check.
Are you a candidate who sat for the 2022 Junior School Certificate Exam or you are a parent who wants to check the JSCE exam result for your final year children?
This is to notify the general public that the 2022 BECE results have been released. This article is written to guide students on how to check JSCE result.
The steps below will guide you in checking the Basic Education Certification Examination results online.
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NOTE: The Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is for those candidates who are in the 3rd (final year) junior secondary school.
How To Check 2022 Junior WAEC Result (BECE for JSS3)
This is to inform all parents and guardians that the 2022 National Common Entrance Examination Results have been released.
In order to check your 2022 (JSS3)/BECE Junior WAEC result, you will have to purchase NECO token from NECO Portal for you to have access to the BECE result.
Candidates should buy the NECO BECE Result Cards at the NECO office. At of this year, you do not need to purchase a token or result-checker card. Therefore, all you have to do is fill in the required information (exam year, exam type, and registration number) by following the instructions below.
- Candidates or their parent should visit my NECO result login at http://result.neco.gov.ng
- Choose Exam year, that is 2022
- Now, choose the exam type, in this case “Basic Education Certificate Result”
- Enter registration number in the respective field
- After that, click on Check Result
- You should now see your result or the result of your child revealed on the screen. You may want to print the it for future references.
- Lastly, click on Check Result to view your ward’s BECE result.
How to check BECE Result For JSS3 2022 by State
All states can check their BECE results with the instructions above. However, there are also state-specific instructions for checking the basic education certificate examination.
For example, states such as Delta, Bauchi, Nasarawa and Plateau states. Use the instructions below to check if you are from any of the states above.
- Visit Delta State Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (DELTAMOBSE) portal – https://deltamobse.net/uportal/index.php.
- Click on “Check Secondary Result Status (USING EXAM. NO.)”
- Enter Pin Code and Exam Number in the respective fields
- Finally, click on the Submit to access your ward’s junior waec result.
That’s how to check the junior secondary school result in Delta State.
- Students or their parents must go to Bauchi State Ministry of Education portal online at http://bece.moebauchi.bu.gov.ng/.
- Next, click on the Login to your Account button
- Enter your NECO result checker PIN in the field specified
- Lastly, on the Sign in to view the grades.
That’s how to check the grades for your Junior WAEC using just exam number in Bauchi State.
All principals of public junior high schools were urged to pick up their students’ school results at the appropriate Education District Headquarters, according to a statement signed by the director of the Lagos State Exams Board, Mr. Orunsolu Adebayo.
Principals of Approved Private Junior Secondary Schools that participated in the exam to visit the Board’s Head Office at 254, Ipaja Road, Agege, close to the NYSC Orientation Camp, to collect the grades of their students.
Re-sit exam for Junior WAEC applicants who failed English Studies, Mathematics, or both will take place provisionally on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, at various designated centres across Lagos State’s six education districts.
Nasarawa State BECE Result:
- Students need to visit http://erc.nasmoe.net.ng/bece/ to begin checking your Junior WAEC grades
- On that page, enter your username and password
- Next, click the Login button
- In the top right corner of the page, click BECE Result Examination.
- You will get your 2022 BECE result as a PDF download on your device.
- Candidates should go to NECO result checker 2022 at plabece.com.ng,
- Click on “Open result checker”
- Enter your scratch card number in the space provided
- Enter your complete exam number and date of birth in their respective fields
- Click on Preview to view your BECE result.
Additional Instruction for BECE Junior WAEC JSS3 Result
All Government Public Junior Secondary Schools can proceed to collect their schools’ results from their district headquarters. while, registered approved Private JSS3 should collect their schools results from respective Liaison officers.
Principals of Approved Private Junior Secondary Schools that registered for the exam should visit the Board Head Office.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where will FGGCs check their own BECE Results?
FGGCs will have to check on NECO website or their state ministries. Your state or school could also have a dedicated website for that purpose. For example, there is an FGGC result portal in Benin State. On this website, located at https://fggcbenin.sch.ng/w_results, you can check your FGGC Benin BECE result.
Do I need to buy scratch card to check JSS 3 BECE result?
No! Just go to neco result checker (neco.gov.ng) and stated above and check the grades of your Junior WAEC exam. You do not need any token or scratch cards.
How To check your WAEC BECE Results Results On Phone Through SMS
Dial *944# to purchase BECE Result Checker PIN and Check Results by means of SMS on your telephone.Select Option 2 to check your results through sms.Follow the expressed method to make payment and see your results.
What is the pass mark for junior WAEC?
The grading system for junior WAEC 2022 is as follows:
In the new WAEC grading system, A1 is Excellent, B2 Very Good, B3 Good, C4, C5 and C6 are deciphered as Credit, D7 and D8 are deciphered as Pass, while F9 is Fail. Aim for C6 at the very least.
How are BECE papers marked?
The following are the grades: 90-100 is graded as 1, GRADE A+. 80-89, the second category in this classification is graded as 2, GRADE A. 50-54 is GRADE C; number 6 in the grading system.
What is Formal Education and Informal Education?
Formal education is usually in school, where a person may learn basic, academic, or trade skills. Small children often attend a nursery or kindergarten but often formal education begins in elementary school and continues with secondary school.
Apprenticeship was the older way to do this, informal education education includes adult education, adult literacy education or school equivalency preparation.
Home education, individualized instruction (such as programmed learning), distance learning and computer-assisted instruction are other possibilities. Informal education is less organized. It may be a parent teaching a child how to prepare a meal or ride a bicycle.
I need help with BECE result – who should I contact?
Please contact [email protected] if you have any challenges or call: 09070447255, 09026080796. 09070447254
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