NCEE Result Checker 2022/2023 | NECO Common Entrance Exam
NECO NCEE Results Checker 2022/2023: Steps On How to Check National Examination Council (NECO) National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) Results Online Free of Charge for 2022/2023 Academic Session [UPDATED].

Latest Update: This is to inform Parents and Guardians that the result for the 2022/2023 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) is YET TO BE RELEASED. You can check your ward's result on once the result is out.

Please Note: You do NOT need to purchase a result checker token to check your ward's NCEE result.

Kindly follow the procedures outlined below to check your ward scores.

This is to inform all candidates who participated in the National Common Entrance Examination, NCEE into JSS1 Federal Unity Colleges which was conducted by NECO that the entrance examination results for 2022/2023 academic session has been released.

Prospective Candidates are to note that With the new NECO Results System, candidates can either login to there account or visit the NECO Results portal to check their results.


See Steps on How to Check NECO Common Entrance Exam Result for Free 2022/2023 [PHOTOS]

Option 1

1. Login to your account Via NCEE portal (

2022/2023 NECO Common Entrance Exam Result Checker [PHOTOS]

2. Click On Registered Candidates, Select Completed, then Click on the Respective Registered candidates to view their results.
2022/2023 NECO Common Entrance Exam Result Checker [PHOTOS]

Option 2

1. Login to NECO Result Checking Portal via
2022/2023 NECO Common Entrance Exam Result Checker [PHOTOS]

2. Enter Exam number, Exam Type & Year.
2022/2023 NECO Common Entrance Exam Result Checker [PHOTOS]

3. Finally, click on the Check Result button to View your result.

NECO NCEE: Common Entrance Result Checker 2022/2023 [PHOTOS]

Kindly note that you need not purchase tokens to check National Common Entrance Examination Result.

All you need is your Registration Number.

  1. This Result is Provisional.
  2. This result is not transferable. The Council reserves the right to withdraw it if further screening reveals that it was obtained through examination malpractice or any form of irregularity. 

Good-Luck to all Students!