National Common Entrance Registration Guidelines – 2016


National Common Entrance Examination, NCEE registration guidelines – 2016.

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The National Common Entrance Examination for admission into Junior Secondary School (JSS 1) of Federal Government Unity Colleges for 2016 will be held throughout the Country on SATURDAY, 16th APRIL, 2016.

NCEE Registration Eligibility.

Final year pupils of Primary Schools.

NCEE Entry Procedure.

Registration: Strictly On-Line

Selling Points for Registration Materials: The scratch cards will be sold in all the State Offices nationwide and by State Coordinators as appointed by the respective State Ministries of Education.

Candidates within Nigeria

Heads of Primary Schools should contact either their State Ministries of Education or NECO State Offices to obtain Scratch Cards at the rate of N2,500.00 (Two Thousand Five Hundred Naira) only per Candidate, after payment into NECO Treasury Single Account (TSA) in any of the Commercial Banks.

Private Candidates can also obtain scratch cards from NECO State Offices Nationwide at the rate of N2,500.00 (Two Thousand Five Hundred naira) only per Candidate, after payment into NECO Treasury Single Account (TSA) in any of the Commercial Banks.

Overseas Candidates (Europe and other overseas Countries)

i High Commissions, Embassies or Consulates should collect scratch cards from the nearest NECO State Office after the payment of $400.00 into NECO Treasury Single Account (TSA) in any of the Commercial Banks. ii. Overseas Candidates should Note that Examination Centres are only within the Country.

Online Registration Procedure

To register a candidate, the Head teacher/teacher should:

Click on mynecoexams.com

Enter Pin number and Serial number on the scratch card.

Enter registration details and upload passport photograph of the candidate.

Print the candidate’s Photocard to obtain his/her registration and centre numbers.

Candidates are to choose any two of the following Federal Government Unity Colleges i.e First (1st) and Second (2nd ) Choice.

Recommended: List of Federal Government Unity Schools in Nigeria.

Structure of National Common Entrance Examination.

The examination will consist of the following:

PAPER I

Part A – Mathematics and General Science Part B – Quantitative and Vocational Aptitude

PAPER II

Part A – English and Social Studies Part B – Verbal Aptitude

Online Registration Complaints: Please notify candidates that registration complaints can be treated online at the registration website (www.mynecoexams.com) and with the use of NECO GSM help lines (08069232760, 08052218069 & 08052218070) during the registration period. As such, no complaint will be entertained in any of the NECO offices nationwide.

MSG Team.



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