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National Common Entrance Exam Result 2019 (Unity Schools) Out

The National Common Entrance Exam (NCEE) results 2019 for Unity Schools in Nigeria are out. Therefore, candidates can now check their NECO NCEE results using the steps below.

The National Examinations Council, NECO National Common Entrance Examination result is available for checking on NECO portal.

Candidates who took part part in the 2019 National common entrance exams are hereby informed that they can now go to the NECO result-checking portal at https://result.neco.gov.ng/ to view their results.

National Common Entrance Exam Result

ALSO SEE: Tuition & Fees of Unity Schools in Nigeria.

How To Check NECO National Common Entrance Results Online for 2019 Unity Schools Admission

The entrance examination was conducted for admission into the JSS 1 of the 104 unity schools across the country. Parents could also check the results of their children and wards at the state ministries of education as well as NECO offices nationwide.

NECO common entrance results can also be checked online by following the procedures outlined below. Candidates who want to check the NECO NCEE results should;

  1. Firstly, go to NECO results portal at https://result.neco.gov.ng/.
  2. Select exam year i.e. 2019.
  3. Select exam type i.e. National Common Entrance Examination.
  4. Enter your registration number in the required column.
  5. Finally, click on Check Result button to view the common entrance exam result.

Alternatively, 

  1. Candidates can also go to NCEE registration portal at https://ncee.neco.gov.ng/.
  2.  Login with your Email/Phone Number and Password
  3. Click On Registered Candidates ›› Select Completed ›› then Click on the Respective Registered candidates to check result.

Note: According to the Acting Registrar, National Examination Council (NECO), Mr Abubakar Gana, admission into the Federal Government Unity Colleges would be based on 60 per cent for merit and 40 per cent for quota and others.

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