NECO RELEASES 2015 SSCE RESULTS, WORRIED OVER RISING MALPRACTICES

National Examination Council (NECO) has expressed concern over the rising cases of malpractices in the senior secondary school examination (SSCE), as it released the results of the November/December 2015 edition.
NECO registrar, Professor Abdurashid Garba, announcing the results in Minna, said the examination malpractices were on the rise between the year 2014 and 2015 in most of the subjects offered in the examinations.
635 cases of such fraud were recorded, according to him in English language in 2014, and 1,075 last year, as well as, 634 cases in mathematics in 2oi4, and 1,799 cases in 2015.
For the November/December 2015 SSCE written by 50 thousand and 50 candidates, Garba said 29,718 got credit in English language, representing 62.55 per cent.
For mathematics, the NECO registrar said 32,484 candidates got credit representing 68.30 percent.

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