NECO Announces New System Of Checking Results After Scrapping The Use Of Scratch Card

NECO Announces New System Of Checking Results After Scrapping The Use Of Scratch Card

The National Examination Council (NECO) has rejected the utilization of scratch cards, for the conduct of its Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE).

Executive of the NECO board, Abubakar Saddiq, confirmed this on Friday amid the appointing of the gear and unveiling of 20 Toyota Hilux Vans bought by the organization, in Minna, Niger State.

Saddiq unveiled that they have secured 8,000 biometric machines, for enlistment of candidates amid the conduct of its examinations.




“In the last people have to buy scratch cards in order to register for NECO examination. That is out. No more scratch cards. People (will) register online and they (will) be given a code and they will go ahead to register.

“As they register, their biometrics are captured. Every school is on a particular biometric data capturing machine. Every data is captured on that small machine.

“It is impossible for anybody to impersonate a candidate during our exams because the captured data is on our platform,” he said.


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