NECO: National Examination Council Releases Timetable 2023 June/July SSCE

NECO: National Examination Council rolls out Portal to confirm results online On Thursday, the National Examination Council (NECO) presented its 'e-Verify' webpage, which would aid in the verification of results and prevent their manipulation and falsification. On Thursday in Abuja, Prof. Dantani Wushishi, the Registrar/Chief Executive of NECO, reaffirmed this. Wushishi claimed that all requests for the confirmation or verification of results were sent through its Minna headquarters, where they were processed slowly. "The 'NECO E-Verify' is an Online Result Verification solution that guarantees instant authentication of academic and basic information about prospective candidates for admission and employment into academic institutions and workplaces, respectively," says the organization. Wushishi claimed that the council concluded that this was the ideal time to launch the e-Verify platform due to the increased demand for results verification and confirmation by institutions both domestically and overseas. According to the statistics that are now available, the council has noted that between 2020 and 2022, there were requests for the verification and confirmation of findings from 64 institutions in 37 different countries. Wushishi added that, in addition to the many requests from people, comparable requests were also received from 72 institutions in Nigeria during the same time period. Verifying results is a crucial step in ensuring the accuracy of academic qualifications. It is undeniable that organizations like educational institutions and employers of labor rely on results verification to assist them in choosing the finest applicants for admission and employment. Academic institutions and companies will feel more confidence that they are accepting and hiring people who have the necessary qualifications for future studies and specific employment schedules if the legitimacy of candidates' results is confirmed. "The 'NECO e-Veify Portal' has a number of advantages, including a boost in confidence, a decrease in risk, and increased productivity. Millions of our students, educational institutions, and other stakeholders would benefit greatly from this system, according to Wushishi.”

The internal Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) schedule for 2023 has been issued by the National Examinations Council (NECO). The tests will be held between Monday, July 3rd, and Friday, August 11th, 2023. The detailed timetable is presented in this page, which includes dates, paper codes, paper titles, subjects, durations, and examination hours.

Internal SSCE tests are intended for pupils in their third and final year of senior secondary school. This annual exam evaluates students’ intellectual aptitude and aids in determining their eligibility for university study. The exams cover a wide range of courses, including basic subjects like Mathematics and English, as well as elective subjects chosen by students based on their areas of interest.

The exam is slated to begin on July 3 and end on August 11, 2023, according to the NECO 2023 Timetable.

The detailed NECO SSCE timetable for 2023 is shown below. Please keep in mind that this timeline is subject to change, thus it is critical to stay up to date on any changes made by the National Examinations Council.

The following major points should be understood by schools and candidates:

  • Stick to the time on the question paper if it varies from the timetable.
  • Confirm physical education, auto mechanics, french, music, and arabic examination venues with NECO State Offices.
  • When equipment is inadequate, practical tests in particular courses may be conducted in sets.
  • Candidates should get Visual Arts Paper IV at least one week before the exam date.
  • Engineering Craft and Welding & Fabrication practice materials should be supplied at least three weeks before the exam date.
  • At least two weeks before the exam date, prepare materials for dyeing and bleaching, photography, painting and decoration, printing craft practice, and leather goods.
  • Add 30 minutes to each subject for albinos and blind candidates; blind candidates must use the NECO-supplied OBR customized braille sheet.
  • It is permissible to utilize scientific calculators.
  • Electronic communication devices are absolutely prohibited in the exam room.
  • In order to achieve a grade in the subject, candidates must take practical tests (Paper 1).

Tips for Exam Success:

  • Early Preparation: Allow yourself enough time to study and revise all of the subjects you’ll be tested on. Cramming is not an effective method of memorizing information.
  • Plan a study schedule: Create a study plan that covers all of the areas you need to cover, and provide enough time to each subject depending on your strengths and weaknesses.
  •  Use previous questions:  Practice with previous test questions to become acquainted with the exam format, question types, and marking scheme.
  • Participate in a study group: Work alongside classmates or friends who are also studying for examinations. A study group can help you stay focused while also providing different viewpoints on difficult topics.
  • Take pauses and follow a healthy diet: Make sure you get adequate sleep and eat healthy foods.
  • Maintain a healthy lifestyle by taking breaks: Make sure you get enough sleep, eat well, and exercise on a regular basis. This will assist you in keeping your mind and body in peak condition for the tests.

Finally, the release of the NECO SSCE 2023 timetable is a significant step for students preparing for their final secondary school exams. Students have a defined plan to follow in their preparation with the tests slated from July 3rd to August 11th, 2023. Students can efficiently prepare for their exams and achieve academic success by following the recommendations presented in this blog post and remaining up to date on any changes to the timetable.


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