According to reports, Ekiti state emerged top in students performance with 85 percent of its students scoring five credits and above including Mathematics and English.
The examination body had also disclosed that 276 schools were involved in mass cheating in 34 states while six schools have been derecognized for examination malpractices.
The Registrar/chief executive of NECO, Prof. Charles Uwakwe had announced the results at the NECO headquaters in Minna said; 745, 053 out of 1,051,472 candidates got five credits and above including Mathematics and English language.
Uwakwe concluded by saying the 2017 result showed 1.11 percent improvement in candidates performance compared to 2016 results.
Here Is How To Check Your Result
- Log on to Mynecoexams.com/results
- Select exam type from the list (Use June/July)
- Select the year of the examination: 2000-2017 (select 2017)
- Enter the pin from your NECO scratch card.
- Enter your complete examination number in the space provided.
- Click on the "Check my result" link and your result will be display.
See Graphical guide on how to check the result below: