This article is to guide you on Neco 2019 SSCE registration. You may want to click here to know whether the registration has officially begun.
The SSCE is in two categories. One is for candidates in the third and final year of their senior secondary education and it is called SSCE Internal while the Second is SSCE External and is for candidates not in the School system, i.e. Private Candidates.
The SSCE internal has seventy-six subjects which are grouped into the following six categories:
1. Compulsory Cross-Cutting Subjects
2. Science and Mathematics
5. Business Studies and
2019 NECO SSCE REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
A. ELIGIBILITY FOR REGISTRATION
Principals/Commandants of Schools are hereby informed that only candidates in their final year of the Senior Secondary School (i.e. SS3) are eligible for registration.
For the avoidance of doubt, the June/July 2019 SSCE is meant for only school based candidates in Nigeria and overseas. It is not meant for private candidates. Principals/Commandants of Schools and Ministries of Education should endeavor to enforce the eligibility condition.
B. REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
The registration comprises of two stages:
– Offline Registration
– Offline and Online Registration.
Schools are expected to follow the guideline/instructions explaining the various steps on how to go about the two stages of Registration Procedures using the Compact Disc (CD-Rom).
1. COMPACT DISC (CD-ROM)
School Principals/Commandants are to collect CD-Rom from NECO Offices in their respective States as from the date to be communicated.
2. NECO 2019 REGISTRATION FEE
The registration fee for 2019 June/July SSCE is
N11, 350.00 (Eleven Thousand Three Hundred and Fifty Naira) only per candidate.
3. COMPLETION OF ENTRY SCHEDULE AND PURCHASE OF ONLINE SCRATCH CARDS.
(a) Entry Schedule will no longer be filled manually. The print-out from the Offline Registration will serve as Entry Schedule and submitted at point of purchase of online Pin Number/Scratch Cards.
(b) Online Pin Number/Scratch Cards are to be purchased at respective NECO State Offices.
(c) Schools shall submit to the NECO State Office the following:
i. Evidence of payment made into NECO Treasury Single Account (TSA) from any of the Commercial Banks for the total number of candidates presented.
ii. The printed Entry Schedule dully endorsed by the State Ministries of Education.
(d) Items i, and ii above should be submitted latest by
February, 2019 to be able to collect online e-Registration cards.
(e) Offline to Online Registration. Schools shall thereafter use the Offline Registration data and the Scratch Card/Pin Number acquired to login into NECO e-Registration website using the facilities of any reputable cyber-cafÃ© to obtain Registration data of their candidates.
NECO OFFICIAL WEBSITE/PORTAL
(f) All schools (Except Federal Government Institutions) must have their printed Entry Schedules endorsed by the relevant Department of the State Ministries of Education. Private schools are not exempted from this condition.
(g) Schools are to print-out Subject Summary/Analysis after completion of Registration and submit a copy along with other documents to the State Office.
(h) Schools should endeavor to monitor their registration process properly to minimize errors.
4 MINIMUM NUMBER OF CANDIDATES
The minimum number of candidates to be registered by a school is 20 (Twenty). Any school registering less than twenty candidates shall pay a surcharge of N40, 000.00 (Forty Thousand Naira) Only.
5 PHOTO ALBUMS
Schools shall download their Photo Albums online.
6. RETURN OF COMPLETED REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS
School Principals/Commandants shall return a copy of the downloaded online data of registered candidates to NECO Office in their respective States as this will serve the purpose of Validation List. Schools should therefore make sure that they effect all corrections before submitting candidates’ data online. The printed validation list must be endorsed by the School Principal and Examination Officer.
7. REGISTRATION PERIOD AND CLOSING DATE
See details about that here.…..
8. Schools should input the 1st and 2nd year Continuous Assessment (CA)
During the offline registration and later upload the 3rd year CA using the back-up template saved during the offline registration. Please note that 3rd year CA will no longer be filled manually.
STEPS TO APPLY FOR NECO 2019
The minimum number of subjects a candidate can sit for is eight while the maximum is nine. All Senior Secondary schools in the Federation present Candidates for the SSCE Internal.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL CYBER CAFE AGENTS
To be able to Register Students for NECO examinations. You must obtain your Free Operator ID code by registering with NECO.
Click Here To Submit Fill And Submit Application For The Free Data Capture Operator ID
To Begin Registration Follow The Link here
See Also: How to pass neco once and for all.
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