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2014 Common Entrance Examination Results Releases – NECO

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    The National Examination Council (NECO) Minna, on
    Friday directed parents of candidates that sat for the
    April 26 National Common Entrance Examination
    (NCEE) to check the results in any Unity College.
    The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the
    entrance examination was conducted for admission
    into the JSS 1 of the 104 unity schools across the
    country.
    The Registrar of NECO, Prof. Promise Okpala, said in
    a telephone interview in Lagos that parents could
    also check the results of their children and wards at
    the state ministries of education as well as NECO
    offices nationwide.
    He said that a special website had been designed for
    candidates to register online for the second selection
    test scheduled for June 28 across the country.
    Okpala, however, said that only qualified candidates
    would be eligible to register on the site with the
    address to be made available soon.
    In addition to this, we have created a radio jingle to
    announce the release of the results and will be on air
    from Monday, June 9,the registrar said.
    NAN reports that 95,926 candidates registered for
    the NCEE nationwide in 2014 up from 88,444
    candidates that sat for the examination in 2013.
    The registrar attributed the increase in the number of
    candidates this year to improved service delivery and
    facilities on ground in the government colleges.
    He said that Nigerians were having more confidence
    in the efforts of the Federal Government in ensuring
    that the colleges remained the choice destination for
    the Nigerian child. (NAN)

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