2017/2018 June/July NECO Exam Online Result Checker –

To check your 2017/2018 June/July NECO result online via, follow the five (5) simple steps listed below. You can also email or print your result 2017/2018 June/July NECO Result.

The NECO administration is organised into six departments, headed by Directors, and the Office of the Registrar. While the Departments are organized into Divisions composed of Units, the Office of the Registrar has Units only.

The Registrar and his team of Directors are accountable to the Governing Board which is headed by a Chairman and has 17 other members, including the Registrar, drawn from a number of stake holding institutions.


  • (a)  Zonal/State Offices
  • (b)  General Services
  • (c)  Local Tenders
  • (d)  Legal Services
  • (e)  Internal Audit
  • (f)  Computer Services
  • (g)  Public Relations


  • (a)  Examinations Planning
  • (b)  Examinations Operations
  • (c)  Monitoring and Accreditation


  • (a)  Human Resources
  • (b)  Training and Development
  • (c)  Stores

  • (a)  Measurement and Evaluation
  • (b)  Quality Control


  • (a)  Financial Operations
  • (b)  Financial Support Services


  • (a)  Planning
  • (b)  Research and Statistics
  • (c)  Information and Documentation
  • (d)  Monitoring and Accreditation

Steps On How To Check 2017/2017 June/July NEC results online.

To check your NECO result online visit Enter your details in the boxes provided. With correct details, your result will be displayed. See steps below.

1. Select year Examination Type
2. Select year of examination
3. Enter your card PIN number
4. Enter your Examination Number
5. Click on “Check My Result” button
Please Note: NECO Result Card is N300 only.

NECO Result Cards are available in all NECO offices and you can also get it at Book shops.

SSCE June/July 2017 Registration Procedure:


This is the examination taken by candidates in their last stage of Secondary School Education. The SSCE is in two categories. One is for candidates in the third and final year of their senior secondary education and it is called SSCE Internal while the Second is SSCE External and is for candidates not in the School system, i.e. Private Candidates.

The SSCE internal has seventy-six subjects which are grouped into the following six categories.

1. Compulsory Cross-Cutting Subjects
2. Science and Mathematics
3. Technology
4. Humanities
5. Business Studies and
6. Trade/Entrepreneurship.

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The minimum number of subjects a candidate can sit for is eight while the maximum is nine. All Senior Secondary schools in the Federation present Candidates for the SSCE Internal.

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