The ministry of Education Science and Technology has rescheduled some of the subjects in the ongoing 2020/2021 promotional examinations and the Basic Education Certificate Examination (Bece).The affected subjects are those that falls on Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th July 2021. This was contained in a press release issued by the State Commissioner for Education Science and Technology, Professor Abayomi Arigbabu on Friday 16th, July 2021.
Basic Education Certificate Examination result for Junior Secondary School 3 (JSS 3) is out for collection at NECO state offices nationwide. This statement was released on Friday, October 30, 2020 by National Examinations Council (NECO) in a memo to junior secondary schools nationwide that the result for the 2020 BECE is out for collection. All concerned schools are to collect their respective results at the NECO state offices in the state capitals nationwide. The Examination body had earlier this week released
The 2020/2021 third term promotional examination in all public secondary schools in Ogun State has commenced. The examination which began on Monday July 12th will end on Tueday 20th July 2021. The State Commissioner for Education Science and Technology, Professor Abayomi Arigbabu had in a statement ordered the Schools Principals to make adequate arrangements towards the successful conduct of the exercise while Students were enjoined to comport themselves well in the examination.
The National Examinations Council (NECO), has announced the official release of results of its recently conducted Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), NECO's title for the popular Junior Secondary School 3 (JSS 3) examinations. This was made known to the general public earlier today, October 20th, 2020, through its Twitter account. It will be recalled that the BECE exams held nationwide between the 24th of August 2020 and the 4th of September 2020. NECO has instructed that all candidates who sat for
The growing rate of insecurity in the North-Western part of the country has been a major source of concern for everyone. It is the major reason why the Kaduna state government had on August 9, instructed that all primary and secondary Schools in the state should remain closed.
The effects of corona virus on Nigeria's School system has not waded off.So many people still believe that JAMB,WAEC and BECE would not hold this year.
Good news to all candidate who sat for 2020 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), as the result is out, read to the end to know how to check your result. NECO Examination Council has Informed the entire public members that, Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) result has been released. Recall that, the examination was concluded few weeks ago, and the result is out now, covid-19 pandemic does not stop the council from marking the script and the release of the result came at the right time.
This year’s edition of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in Ghana had among the over 500,000 candidates sitting for the final year exam in the country, a student, Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, 60. Madam Elizabeth Yamoah who sat for honours in the 2020 BECE in Agona Odoben Presby Junior High School (JHS) is reported to be Ghana’s oldest BECE candidate for the 2020 batch of students and she's aspiring to gain access to secondary education through the Free SHS programme and hopes to further till
In a bid to ensure faster marking of examination scripts and deliver results on record time, the Delta State Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education has strengthened it's Examinations Department with the installation of some Optical Marks Readers (OMR) machines. Delta state which just announced resumption for primary and secondary schools are working towards releasing the Junior secondary school (JSC3) results to be able to begin the new Academy session which is set to commence this month. The Electronic Marking
The Basic Education Certificate Examination which started on 24th August 2020 and ended on 4th September 2020 was successful. The National Examination Council (NECO), which is the body in charge of the aboved mentioned examination has released the 2020 BECE concluded examination. "2020 BECE Results has been released. This is to inform all candidates who sat for the 2020 BECE exams that the result has been released. You can check your result by purchasing a result checker token from result. neco.gov.ng.(National
Ogun state Ministry Of Education Science and Technology MOEST has introduced the usage of Optical mark recognition sheet MOR to the state BECE which commences today. The MOR Sheet is a costumized answer sheet that has the data of each candidate. The various schools registra who have been assigned the responsibility of overseeing the smooth coordination of the examination in their respective schools had earlier in the day reported to the various Zonal Education Offices across the state to collect all the examination
The education sector is now gradually coming to balance as results of BECE and Common Entrance examinations are being released in Oyo State. All JSS3 and Primary six students have been in anticipation of their results since they have written their exams. Most of them have been feeling very much uncomfortable staying at home as they see other students go to their various schools. But the good news for them now is that they will be going back to their schools as the BECE and Common Entrance Examination Results
Our lives function with time, and there is time for everything. The dream of every good child is to become successful in life. Even though life does not always give what we want; we have a duty to do our best to be an inspiration to others.
A particular trending news appeared on the social media last month about a certain BECE graduate who goes by the name: Kelvin Odartey. He is an 18-year old boy who just graduated from Cosmos International School. On the day he was to write his final paper, he came to the school with his Lamborghini private car which he built by himself from the scraps. As he drove his Lamborghini private car to the school to write his final examination paper he shocked the whole of the school and even called for the masses attention
A newsflash which has gone viral yesterday being November 16th 2020 on various media platform, has it that the Lagos State Ministry of Education has announced the Year 2020 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) results. Intelligence report gathered from various online media by foxxymobile team on 16th of November 2020, has it that the Assistant Director of Public Affairs, State Exams Board, Bakare Fatai, did the broadcast in an announcement today . More report gathered from various online media by foxxymobile
Common Entrance Examination Is Now 24th October, 2020 The Kwara State Commissioner for Education and Human Capital Development, Hajia Fatimah Bisola Ahmed has announced that the state Common Entrance Examination has been slated for 24th October, 2020. The Commissioner made this known during interaction with pressmen in her office, this weekend. Her words: Common Entrance Examination that was earlier slatted for today, 17th October. 2020 will now hold on 24th October, 2020 across the state". She enjoyed
A newsflash which has turned into a web sensation yesterday being November sixteenth 2020 on different media stage, has it that the Lagos State Ministry of Education has reported the Year 2020 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) results. Knowledge report accumulated from different online media by foxxymobile group on sixteenth of November 2020, has it that the Assistant Director of Public Affairs, State Exams Board, Bakare Fatai, did the transmission in a declaration today. More report assembled from
I will not fail to share this with the members of the general public most significantly the BECE candidates who participate in this year NECO (National Examination Council) BECE examination that the BECE result is out. Candidates who participated in this year BECE examination can now make request for their result by using NECO designated platform. How to check the BECE results Candidates will be aske to provide valid means of identification before he/she can access their results. * visit NECO website at
Some people do call it “Biscuit“, some even refer to it as “help“, some call it “bomb“, a few say it is “chukuli“, majority call it “runs“ and others called it “expo“. These are terms for exam malpractice in Nigeria. The rate at which students engage in examination malpractice in Nigeria has assumed a gargantuan proportion. There is malpractice in almost every exam in Nigeria. From Universities to Secondary Schools to Colleges of Education, the West African Examination Council (WAEC),