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The results of the 2017 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) into Federal Unity schools, have been released by the President Muhamamdu Buhari-led federal government.

The Federal Government has released the result of the just concluded 2017 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) into Federal Unity schools.
A statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Abuja said the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, gave approval to the National Examination Council (NECO) to release the result to the public.
The results would be available in all the State Ministries of Education nationwide as well as NECO zonal offices.
A total of 80,421 candidates registered for the examination but only 77, 512 candidatessat for the examination.
The minister said the general analysis of the result showed that the highest score was 189 out of 200 scored by two candidates.
The candidates are Emeka-Egbuna Chinecherem and Joyce Onubogu both from Anambra State while the least score was 4 scored by eight candidates.
Mr. Adamu said Queens College, Yaba Lagos was one of the colleges with highest subscription of 5524, while the least subscribed college was FGGC, Monguno Borno State, with only 21 candidates.
According to him, the result can be accessed on-line through http://www.fmeinterview.com or through NECO zonal offices nationwide.
The minister added that the placement exercise was scheduled to take place in July, 2017.

Source: Tori

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  1. Until We reach level where cctv can be used to monitor any national exam an average person will always doubt the authencity of any exams.The nunber of applicants caught cheating of about 10,000 in a state is pregnant with a lot of meaning and the governor of that state need to do something about.The governor of the state of the individual that hacked jamb website has indicsted his willingness to reorientate that individual. The jamb registrar should publish level of cbt fraud by states and also perfornances for anybody to compare with past national exams before putme.let jamb use state code to sort irrespective of where applicants sat for janb exams.

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