NECO releases 2017 results


The countrywide Examinations Council has confirmed the  release of  the June/July 2017 Senior Secondary faculties certificate exam effects.
The evaluation of the candidates’ performances by using states confirmed that Ekiti nation got here first with eighty five consistent with cent while Zamfara kingdom had the least with 48.45 per cent.announcing the discharge o the Registrar/chief executive of NECO, Prof. Charles Uwakwe, said that out of the 1,051,472 candidates who sat for the examination, handiest 70.85 according to cent of the candidates got 5 credits and above, including in English Language and mathematics.
Edo and Bayelsa states came 2nd and third with 84.sixty one consistent with cent and eighty four.fifty two in step with cent respectively.
NECO disclosed that 276 schools had been involved in examination malpractices  in 34 states, six colleges have been derecognised for this act and 23 supervisors that aided malpractices had been blacklisted.


Kebbi topped the chart in examination malpractice instances with eight,124 applicants even as Bauchi and Borno states observed with 5,458 and three,980 respectively.
Uwakwe said 903,690 applicants got credit score and above in English language;  849,335 in trendy mathematics, 561,437 in Economics and 599,093 in Biology.
He brought that the 2017 result confirmed 1.11 in step with cent improvement in candidates’ overall performance compared to 2016 outcomes.
He brought, “approximately 1,1/2,988 applicants registered for the examination in Nigeria and different international locations however simplest 1,051,472 sat for it.
“however, 50,586 of the applicants have been concerned in examination malpractice and this represents zero.52 consistent with cent increment as compared with 2016 that had 43,905 cases which is ready 4.29 in line with cent).”
He introduced that 947,850 (90.14 according to cent) of the applicants had five credit and above no matter English Language and arithmetic representing  a 1.63 in keeping with cent improvement in comparison with 2016 result.

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