Neco 2018/2019 Registration Form, Exam Closing Date & Guide

Neco 2018/2019 Registration Form, Exam Closing Date & Guide

In our last article we discussed Waec 2018 registration form and closing date, this piece will be carefully looking at Neco 2018 Registration Form and closing date accompanied with everything information that will be useful to you. If you are a prospective NECO candidates and you are aspiring to get the best out of the forthcoming NECO exam, then be our guest here as we walk you through the registration process and getting you acquainted with the latest development .


2018 NECO prospective candidates are currently preparing for their examination and so many questions has been directed at us concerning the examination. Some of the frequently asked questions FAQ are how much is neco form, how much is neco 2018 form, neco 2018 closing date, neco 2018/2019, neco registration 2018 closing date, neco gce 2018/2019, neco 2018/2019 registration, neco 2018 registration deadline, When will NECO 2018 form be out and when will the sale of 2018/2019 Neco registration form begin so many other questions but we are only going to mention a few .

Is NECO Registration Form 2018 is Out

The National Examination council is an exams body responsible in administering  the Senior School Certificates Examinations also known as (SSCE) as well as the NECO General Certificate in Education. These exams usually take place between the period of June/July and December/January usually after the wrap of WAEC examinations. NECO examination came into the picture during the administration of “Adulsalami Abubakar” the then head of state of Nigeria in 1999. The true sole motive behind the creation of of NECO examination was to offer subsidized registration of exams to candidates in Nigeria. This body came on board and took over the responsibilities of the then National Board of Education Measurement (NBEM).  The first Exams conducted by NECO took place in 2000.

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This article contain a  step-by-step guide on how to register for NECO GCE 2018 that is to say that all NECO candidates should take this article very seriously if they want to pass their NECO exams with ease and with flying colours. It contain the registration guidelines and instructions for candidates who intends to register for the exam.

All NECO candidates are to note that the NECO Registration form 2018/2019 will be available at their official portal www.mynecoexams.com which has been a phenomenon right from the inception of the exam. The 2018/2019 NECO registration forms is now on sale but before you go ahead with your registration you should have it in mind that the National Examination council (NECO) will not refund the registration fee when once paid. Notwithstanding, NECO candidates are strictly directed to use the chosen cyber cafés or an accredited NECO center for registration to avoid errors .

NECO 2018  Registration Fee

NECO 2018 candidates should note that NECO Registration 2018/2019 is done with an nonrefundable fee of 12,000 (Both internal & External). Interested candidates are directed to obtain a draft and pay a non-refundable fee of Twelve Thousand Naira Only (N12,000) paid through a bank draft or to school management if internal registration.

Don’t also forget that the NECO payment can be done in any NECO office, banks and ‘NIPOST’ offices nationwide. This registration fee covers the following materials listed after the jump;
A CD on exams ethnics

  • As well as the administrative charges
  • Cost for bio-metric data and capture
  • As well as the administrative charges.

All NECO prospective candidates should note that the long awaited Neco 2018 registration has fully begun and candidates are given the luxury to choose their school where they prefer to write their NECO exam. As for Neco registration 2017, it kick started Monday 16th January, 2017 to Monday 20th March, 2017.  Don’t forget that it has always been around that date for the past years now and we don’t expect any thing to change .

All NECO candidates should have at the back of their mind that Waec and Neco penalizes those who register late , they do this by simply increasing the price of forms for late registration. That is why we always urge candidates to complete the online registration for NECO on time before the registration closing date.

Those of you that are sure of sitting for Neco 2018, don’t fold your hands and wait for the exam to draw closer before start preparing and working hard. Start getting prepared on time so that at the eleventh hour of the exam all you have to do is revise. Please for your own good , don’t wait for few days to the examination before you begin preparations.

How to Register for NECO 2018

Candidates should understand that the exam’s body will not refund the registration fee when once paid. Candidates are strongly advised not to do the online registration themselves , they should  use a good cyber cafés as registration errors is detrimental to the candidates.

With the emergence of an e-society, NECO has since migrated from offline to online registration. But the offline method is still very much relevant because those that do not register on time always resort to using the offline or manual registration method. To register, candidates are to visit the NECO website at www.mynecoexams.com and complete the registration process.

NECO Syllables 2018

Without so much emphasis, it is very obvious that NECO syllables has been a great tool in the hands of those preparing for NECO exams.  It encompasses all the topics a student should expect in the exams. According to a recent research conducted by BioNetworth.com.ng, it uncovers that more than 90%  of those who excel in the exams are those who study with the aid of the syllables.

We have come to understand that there is only one way to pass NECO exams, it is proper preparation that minimize poor performance, not just NECO exams only it is only application to other exams too.  It means you have to  plan your time and it will show how effective you are in the exams. One of the most reliable way to plan your time is drawing out a personal Timetable — your personal time table should show the time, and duration of your studies as well as when to break or do some other things.

Another thing to do is solve those unsolved problem. When it come to exams, every little problem unsolved could lead to your failure because a score away from border line will be at your detriment, they won’t sell it or just give it to you. In order not to be disorganised and confused, you should ensure to solve those problems you left unsolved because they could pose threat to your success.

Sometimes, you might ignore some topic perhaps it appears to be less important or you may think it will never come out . Trust me they will come out, just solve them and have that confidence and that you have covered all areas of studies.

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