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WWW.Neco.Gov.Ng – Check Your 2019 Neco and Bece Results Here > Neco.Gov.Ng by : 9:49 am On August 6, 2019

NECO has opened a new portal for candidates who participated in its Senior School Examinations and Junior School Examination (Junior WAEC / BECE) to check their results online.

The 2019 NECO Senior School results, according to the council, will be uploaded to the new portal and candidates will be able to check their result by visiting the new portal (result.Neco.Gov.Ng).

The former NECO result portal, Mynecoexams.com as at the time of writing this article is still functional though I don’t know if new results will be uploaded to the portal again.

Read Also: Neco 2019 Results to Be Released Soon

How to Check Neco 2019 Result via Neco.Gov.ng

Unlike the former website where you enter the address and check your result instantly, the new platform requires that candidate should register an account on the portal before they can check their results.

Therefore, to check your result, you will first enter WWW.Neco.Gov.Ng

There several options to check the result.

NECO Result Checking Steps
NECO Result Checking Steps
The first option is checking with already purchased tokens and the second option is using your account to purchase a new token.

Read Also: Mynecoexams.com – Check Your 2019/2019 School Results

If you want to use your account to purchase a new token, then you will need to create an account on the site. After you have created an account, you click on Login and Buy Token. From there, you log in and make payment for the token.

Once you have paid for the token, you will see some boxes for you to enter your exam details. Fill the online form correctly and click submit. Your result will be processed and shown to you.

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