NECO releases 2022 SSCE results, blacklisted 29 supervisors. See 2022 NECO result checker Portal.
The board said aside from four secondary schools recommended for de-recognition over examination malpractice, 29 teachers were also sanctioned for their involvement.
The 2022 Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) has been released by the National Examinations Council.
It blacklisted 29 supervisors for alleged participation in various malpractice offences during the recently concluded examination.
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Professor Dantani Ibrahim Wushishi, NECO Registrar/Chief Executive Officer, announced the results on Thursday at the NECO Headquarters in Minna, saying four schools were recommended for de-recognition for two years due to their involvement in mass cheating during the examination.
He stated that 727,894 students earned five credits or more, including Mathematics and English Language, representing 60.74 percent, a 10.9 percent decrease from 2021 performance.
According to the Registrar, 1,209,703 candidates registered for the exam, and 1,198,417 took it.
Wushishi stated that 13,594 malpractice cases were recorded, representing 0.13 percent of all cases, and that the malpractice incidence in 2022 was lower than in 2021.
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According to the Registrar, 1,031 candidates with disability took the exam, including 98 with albinism, 177 with autism, 574 with hearing impairment, and 107 with visual impairment.
He stated that the backlog of Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) certificates from 2012 to 2021 will be ready for distribution to schools soon, as will the SSCE certificates for 2020 and 2021 by the end of October 2022, and the 2022 SSCE Internal certificates three months after the results are released.
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During this time, the registrar also disclosed that a total of 13,594 candidates, which is equivalent to 0.13 percent of the total number of candidates, were involved in various forms of malpractice during the school-based examination.
According to Mr. Wushishi, the number of people who engaged in exam malpractice in 2021 was 20,000, which represented 1.63 percent of the total number of candidates for the year. On the other hand, he made it clear that the national examination council would not waver in its determination to purify the system.
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