Over 1.2M Register for NECO SSCE 2023: Detailed Insight

Over 1.2M Register for NECO SSCE 2023: Detailed Insight

Over 1.2 million candidates registered for the 2023 NECO SSCE. Disclosed in Jos Plateau by Prof. Wushishi, of this number, 601,074 are males and 584,814 females. The Registrar praised the exam's general conduct, which concludes next week, noting it's among the best organized in recent times and lauded the measures against malpractice.

The 2023 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) conducted by the National Examinations Council (NECO) has witnessed an enormous turnout, with over 1.2 million candidates registering for the exams. This record-breaking number marks an important milestone in Nigeria’s educational landscape.
πŸ“Œ Registration Over 1.2 million candidates for 2023 NECO SSCE
πŸ‘¨‍πŸŽ“ Male Count 601,074
πŸ‘©‍πŸŽ“ Female Count 584,814
πŸ“ Disclosure Place Jos Plateau State
πŸ“… Examination Date 2023, concluding next week
🏫 Schools Monitored Airforce Military School, King & Queens Academy, Emmanuel IC
🚫 Malpractice Measures in place, yielding positive results
πŸ—Ί️ States Covered Kebbi, Sokoto, Zamfara, Katsina, Kano, Jigawa, Bauchi

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Registration Statistics

According to the Registrar/Chief Executive of NECO, Prof. Dantani Ibrahim Wushishi, who disclosed the details on Friday in Jos Plateau State, the registered candidates include 601,074 males and 584,814 females. These figures showcase an almost balanced gender participation, reflecting a promising trend in educational engagement across genders in the nation.
Monitoring the Examination Conduct

Prof. Wushishi took personal interest in the examination’s proceedings, actively monitoring the conduct in schools such as Airforce Military School, King and Queens Academy, and Emmanuel International College in Jos. His oversight also extended to states like Kebbi, Sokoto, Zamfara, Katsina, Kano, Jigawa, and Bauchi.
Satisfaction with the General Conduct

The Registrar expressed his contentment with the overall conduct of the 2023 SSCE. Based on reports gathered from various parts of the country, the examination’s organization and management have been highly commendable. Prof. Wushishi confidently asserted that this year’s SSCE is one of the best-organized in recent years.
Measures Against Malpractice

One of the standout features of this year’s examination has been the stringent measures put in place to curtail examination malpractice. These measures, as per Prof. Wushishi’s statement, have begun to yield positive results. Ensuring a fair and transparent examination process is crucial to upholding the integrity of the education system.

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