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Senior School Certificate Examinations

17 Nov 2020
As an organisation saddled with conducting national exams for our teeming teenagers, one finds it odd that so many things as little as they seem are not in place. This is against the background
19 Apr 2018
The Federal Government established National Examinations Council (NECO) in April 1999. This was in response to public outcry against the ever-increasing problems associated with the conduct of public examinations in the country. Although it was established in 1999, its enabling Act was passed and signed into law in 2002. NECO today is the only home-grown…

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