The registrar explained further that 32, 701 candidates representing 78.82 per cent had credit and above in Mathematics, while 29, 258 candidates representing 70 per cent had credits and above in English Language.

He also explained that 4,425 candidates, representing 10.43 per cent were involved in examination malpractice, while noting that the number represented ‎5.9 per cent reduction in examination malpractice compared to 2016 record.

Uwakwe said that the results were released on time to enable candidates who needed them for the admission for 2017/2018 academic session, ‘it will please the general public to know that this is the first time the council is releasing result of Nov/Dec ‎SSCE results barely 38 days after the test.The early and timely release of the 2017 Nov/Dec SSCE result is in line with the council new work ethos that borders on efficient service delivery,” he said.

The registrar said that the feat was possible as a result of deployment of improved logistics that ensured appropriate standards and urged the candidates to access their results on NECO Website –, using their examination registration numbers and the council approved result checker.‎

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