NECO 2022 SSCE INTERNAL REGISTRATION DETAILS
NECO 2022 SSCE INTERNAL REGISTRATION DETAILS
This is to bring to your notice that the National Examination Council (NECO) has commenced the registration for the 2022 internal Senior School Certificate examination, SSCE. The registration period is between Monday 13th December, 2021 and Monday 30th May, 2022. The Examination will hold from 20th June to 6th August, 2022.
ABOUT NECO SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION (INTERNAL)
This is the examination taken by candidates in their last stage of Secondary School Education. 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
NOTE: All candidates must offer the 4 cross-cutting compulsory subjects. Candidates are to offer 3-4 subjects from their area of specialization and 1 elective outside their field of specialization provided the total number of subjects is not more than nine (9). The minimum number of subjects is eight (8)
NECO REGISTRATION PROCEDURE & GUIDELINES FOR THE 2022 JUNE/JULY SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION (SSCE)
This is to inform you that the same new registration procedure introduced by the Council last year is to be used for 2022 June/July Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE). In view of the foregoing, please find below the comprehensive procedure & guidelines for the 2022 June/July SSCE.
You are requested to painstakingly read through, understand and comply with the requirements therein. Do not hesitate to ask questions or seek for explanation on any aspect of the new registration procedure which you may not have clearly understood.
Please note that you are expected to read and clearly understand this registration procedure & guidelines before embarking on the registration exercise. This correspondence is strictly for all
Principals and Commandants of Command /Airforce/Police Secondary Schools to read and implement.
PAYMENT PROCEDURE AND UPLOAD
All payments should strictly be made through the school’s online NECO portal. Upon successful payment, registration quota is allocated according to the amount paid into the NECO TSA. After the quota is allocated, schools can select the individual candidates to upload (if the payment is not for all candidates) by checking the selection boxes against each candidate’s name or clicking the “check all “box to select the entire candidates, if the payment is for all the candidates. Note that when paying in installments, initial payment should be made for at least 20 candidates to avoid being surcharged for unviable centre fee.
After successful payment, quotas allocated and the payment receipt is sent to the administrator’s email address. Schools can also print their payment receipt from the transaction history in their school profile and submit a copy to the NECO State Office along with the final Validation list that carries Candidates’ registration numbers. The allocated quota would be used to upload and register candidates. After successful upload, registration numbers are automatically assigned to each registered candidate on both the final photocard and validation list. Immediately after completion of the registration, schools should print the final validation list and give all candidates to sign against their respective names. The payment receipt and the signed final validation list should be endorsed by the School Principal/Commandant before submission to NECO State Office. The final photocards that bear the candidates’ registration numbers are to be used for admission of candidates into the examination hall(s), as well as for candidates’ biometric verification exercise during the examination.
DETAILS OF EXAMINATION FEES AND OTHER MATERIALS
Details of the Examination fees and other registration materials are as follows:
- Registration fee for the 2022 SSCE Internal is N17,800.00 only per candidate
- Photo album is N1,700.00 per pair
- Four-figure table is N250.00 per copy
- Syllabus is N1,500.00 per copy
- Unviable Centre fee is N50,000.00
- Late Registration attracts a Penalty of additional N2,000.00 per candidate
- Note that Stamp Duty, Service and Remita charges apply
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 is deemed unviable and as such shall pay unviable centre fee of Fifty Thousand Naira (N50,000) only, if they wish to write the examination in their school.
The electronic photo albums will be generated by the Council. A pair of purchased e-photo album will be endorsed and a copy sent to your school.
Each e-photo album has provision for 171 candidates. A pair of e-photo album costs One Thousand Seven Hundred Naira (N1,700) only.
SYLLABUS AND FOUR FIGURE TABLE
The syllabus for NECO SSCE is available at the cost of One Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N1,500) only per copy and each school is advised to have at least four (4) copies. Furthermore, each candidate is to obtain a copy of NECO four-figure tables at the cost of Two Hundred and Fifty Naira (N250.00) only.
3RD YEAR CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT SCORES (CA3)
The period for CA3 entries by schools is from 27th June – 20th August, 2022. Schools should ensure that they use the offline application to make entries for CA3 within the stipulated period, ensure complete upload and print CA3 for reference purpose.
Procedure for CA3 entry and upload:
- Login to the Offline portal
- Click on Third Year CA menu
- Select the Candidate
- Make entries for CA3 and save
- Connect online and upload by synchronizing all saved entries
Any school that fails to upload the CA3 within the stipulated period stated above, will pay penalty fee of Twenty-five Thousand Naira (N25,000.00), then upload before result is released.
Any school still having candidates (partial or full) without CA3 for 2019, 2020 and 2021 registration should endeavour to pay the late submission penalty fee of Twenty-five Thousand Naira (N25,000.00) only for the specific year and also upload the CA3 immediately as this is why your candidates are yet to receive their results.
ONLINE CENTRE DISPUTE
Online centre dispute is the procedure for changing the schools’ login detail for those that could not access their portal on the NECO website due to one reason or the other. Schools are advised to always use an official email address as this will stop the constant changing of login details. However, all dispute request should henceforth be officially channeled through the various State Offices. This is to authenticate the request and stop unauthorized parties gaining access into schools’ portal without their consent, as experienced lately.
REGISTRATION PERIOD AND CLOSING DATE
- The registration period is between Monday 13th December, 2021 and Monday 30th May, 2022.
- The website will be closed at 12:00 midnight on 30th May, 2022.
- The last date for return of printed payment receipt and endorsed final validation list is Friday 17th June, 2022.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT DATES AGAIN
- Commencement of registration by schools is from Monday 13th December, 2021.
- Last date for registration by schools is 30th May, 2022.
- Last date for submission of printed payment receipt and endorsed final validation list is 30thMay, 2022.
- Last date for upload of CA3 online is 20th August, 2022.
- The Examination will hold from 20th June to 6th August, 2022.
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