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(BECE) Junior WAEC (JSS3) Result: check bece Now!

Check (BECE) junior WAEC result online: BECE Results for candidates that participated in the National Examinations Council (NECO) 2021/2022 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) for candidates in Junior Secondary School (JSS 3) is out. See how to check NECO BECE result below.

The board in charge of JSS3 BECE / Junior WAEC examination is using this medium to inform the general public especially those that partake in the examination that the result has been successfully uploaded on Neco official portal.

How To Check JSS3 BECE / Junior WAEC Result 2021/22 Online.

  1. Go to NECO result checking portal at ↱.
  2. Pick your exam year. i.e. 2020
  3. Pick your exam type. i.e. Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE)
  4. Enter your Token Number and registration number in the appropriate columns.
  5. Finally, click on check result button to access your NECO BECE result.

How To Print Your JSS3 BECE / Junior WAEC 2021/22 Result.

After you might have seen your result on the system or mobile phone, this are the procedure to follow on how to print the results,

  • Connect a printing machine to your computer
  • Press ctrl P on your keyboard, or click on print on your computer
  • If you are using mobile phone download the result in PDF and visit any nearest cyber cafe to print.

JSS3 BECE / Junior WAEC 2021/2022 Grading System.

The grading system for this examination is as follows:

  • A – Distinction
  • B – Upper Credit
  • C – Lower Credit
  • P – Pass
  • F – Fail

How to Check State BECE JSCE Result 2021/2022

Each state of the federation and the FCT conducts the BECE for its candidates and to check your result you will need to visit the state’s result portal. Some states like BENUE state have a result checking portal for BECE result while many states like, Abia State, Adamawa State, Akwa Ibom, Anambra State, Bauchi State Bayelsa State, Borno State, Cross River State Delta State Ebonyi State, Edo State, Ekiti State, Enugu State, FCT Abuja, Gombe State, Imo State, Jigawa State, Kaduna State, Kano State, Katsina State, Kebbi State, Kebbi State, Kogi State, Kwara State, Lagos State, Nassarawa State, Niger State, Ogun State, Ondo State, Osun State, Oyo State, Plateau State, Rivers State, Sokoto State, Taraba State, Yobe State, Zamfara State, etc. don’t have.

In order to check your Junior WAEC result for states that have online portal, you will have to get a PIN and visit the portal to check your JSS3 result.

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Brief in History of NECO

In 1997, the Abacha administration set up the Etsu Nupe panel to re-examine the Nigerian education system. In the same year, the vision 2020 was set up by the Federal Government with a committee on review of the Nigeria’s Education system.

Both the Etsu Nupe panel and the vision 2020 committee observed that in spite of the drastic reduction in its workload, WAEC’s challenges still persisted and therefore recommended the establishment of an indigenous examination body parallel to WAEC as Nigeria’s home-grown alternative examination body.

A policy to create the National Examinations Council (NECO) was formulated. Consequently, NBEM became the nucleus of NECO. NBEM’s capacity was built by employing additional qualified personnel, acquiring more equipment and facilities and upgrading the existing ones. NBEM was therefore made stronger and its capacity was upgraded and enhanced to meet international standards. NBEM was then transformed to become National Examinations Council (NECO).

NECO then commenced its maiden Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) in June/July 2000, with resounding success. NECO also successfully continued to discharge all the mandates of NBEM in addition to the conduct of the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) without prejudice to the existing functions and powers of WAEC.

The enabling decree 33 of 1999 establishing the National Examinations Council (NECO) became an act of parliament cited as the “National Examinations Council (NECO) (establishment) act 2002.

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18 thoughts on “(BECE) Junior WAEC (JSS3) Result: check bece Now!”

  1. How can I see my result of 1999 session at ilesa east I attended fun un to international name is fasugbe Ibrahim,,pls.

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