All interested candidates who wish to write the 2021 SSCE (Internal) are hereby notified! that the 2021 NECO Registration form is out. The Registration for NECO 2021 will likely begin in March and Neco Exams would commence from August 2021..
The National Examination Council (NECO) was established in 1999 and became an act of parliament cited as the National Examinations Council (NECO) (establishment) act 2002.
The body is responsible for the conduct and administering of exams for the National Common Entrance Examination, Junior Secondary School Examination, and Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations.
However, on this page, you shall learn how to register for the 2021 Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) internal and NECO 2021 Registration Guideline.
NECO Registration Starting Date.
The National Examination Council (NECO) registration form is out! and NECO has started the registration for the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination Nationwide. Candidates are to commence their registration.
When is the Closing Date for 2021 NECO Registration?
According to the recent updates from the official website of NECO, the closing date for the 2021 NECO Registration is yet unknown since the registration has not commenced.
NECO Registration Fees.
The 2021 National Examination Council (NECO) registration/examination fee is Nine Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty Naira only (N9,850.00 Naira).
This is the official and approved amount from NECO headquarter, moreover this might differ from School to Schools due to overhead and other related expenses.
Examination Timetable For 2021
How To Register for NECO
Follow the steps by steps below to register candidate(s) for the 2021 NECO
- Download the 2020 NECO offline app from the NECO portal or Obtain an offline app DVD from NECO.
- Install the app on your Personal computer or desktop.
- Capture the candidate’s biodata and candidate’s subjects with CA1, CA2.
- Then upload the candidate picture and capture the fingerprint.
- Make a payment online.
- Confirm or validate the biodata of the candidates at the state NECO office.
- Upload the candidate’s data to your online account.
- Register the
How Many Subject Are You to Register for NECO
The number of subjects to write or register for the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (Internal) is nine (9) subjects and this is compulsory for all candidates of NECO.
However, NECO offer about seventy-six subjects which are grouped into 6 sections; Science and Mathematics, Compulsory Cross-Cutting Core Subjects, Technology, Business Studies, Trade/Entrepreneurship, and Humanities.
Note that only candidates in their final year of Senior Secondary School are eligible for registration the 2021 June/July SSCE is meant for only school-based candidates in Nigeria and overseas. It is not meant for private candidates.
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