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How to Check NECO Results 2019

If you wrote your NECO exam in 2019, you can now check your results online. It’s simple to do. To check your NECO results for 2019, visit the portal here:

  • Select the year of exam. Choose your exam type (SSCE INTERNAL or NECO GCE )
  • Now input your token number plus your registration number. Click on ‘Check Result’ button. That’s it.

How to Check NECO Results 2018

I did my NECO exam in 2018, how can I still check my neco result? You may ask. It’s easy to do.

Get your 2018 NECO results by following this guide.

  • First of all, you need to buy a NECO result checker.
  • visit:
  • When you get to this page, select the examination type. Then choose the year of examination.
  • Scratch your NECO result checking card and type your card’s PIN number. When you are done with this, input your examination number. Finally, click the ‘Check My Result’ button.

How to Check NECO Results 2017

You need to first get a NECO scratch card for checking results. It shouldn’t cost more than N500.

After you have gotten this scratch card, go online (on your PC, smartphone, or at a cyber cafe). Go to NECO’s official website:

While you are on the website, choose the year of the examination i.e., 2017. Then select the type of exam. Finally, click on the ‘Check Result’ button. Your NECO Results for 2017 will be displayed, ready to be printed out.

How to Check NECO Results 2019 2016 and 2015

To check NECO results for 2019, 2016, and 2015, just follow these simple steps.

First, buy the scratch card for checking NECO results then visit NECO’s official website: When the page loads, choose the type of examination you wrote. The next step is to select the examination year—type in your examination number. Finally, enter the PIN number you see on your scratch card and click on the ‘Check Result’button.

NECO Results 2020, 2019, 2018 and 2017 Release Date

Going be historical data, the Nov/Dec Neco result is usually released in the month of February. On the other hand, if you wrote the May/June Neco, expect your result to be out in September. Check NECO official website for details and updates directly on this link.

How to Check NECO Result Without Scratch Card

Some people ask questions like how to check NECO result without scratch card. Is that even possible? No, it’s not.

You still need to go through the whole process, no shortcut.

First, buy the scratch card or get a neco result token

and proceed to check your NECO results.

How to Check NECO Result Without Exam Number

To simply answer this question, it is not possible. Your exam number is part of the criteria you need to check your exam.

You may be asking this question because you forget your NECO examination number.

Don’t worry; you can still retrieve your examination number

If the year you write the exam is from 2000, you can easily retrieve your exam number.

What do your need to make this possible?

Your full name, year of examination, type of exam (the exam syllabus, i.e. May/June or Nov./Dec.). You will also be required to provide the name of the school you wrote the exam. Your exam number will be sent to your email. Make sure you provide a precise detail of your exam information. Take these details to the nearest NECO office near you. Note, they might ask you to buy a scratch, but you will surely get your examination number. 

Is NECO 2019 Result Out?

Details on neco common entrance result are not hard to find. To know if the NECO 2019 if out, you can always check their portal for updates.

How to check your result when available?

Simply visit the NECO result checking portal here:

Now you will choose your exam year (select 2019).

Select the exam type. Now input your NECO exams result checker PIN number (buy it) and your exam number.

That’s all. Just click on the ‘Check Result’ button, and your result will display. Check your grades and print it out if desired.

Find out more about NECO exams here and if you have any NECO related answers, this is the link for you.

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John Aina Ajibola has a Masters degree as an engineer and has over 3 years of teaching and research experience. He is happiest when on a bike and is also interested in electric energy and computer Science.

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