Can I Gain Admission With NECO Result? See Answer

If you have been asking the question, “can i gain admission using NECO result?”, then you are in the right place. Today, I will be giving an explicit answer to that question. I enjoin you to continue reading as i will explain my answer to the question as to whether it is possible to gain admission using NECO result or not.

Can I Gain Admission With NECO Result

Currently, NECO results are prevalently underrated in Nigeria. This is basically because many people think it is not possible to gain admission in Nigeria or in abroad with NECO result. Well, this is a fallacy. NECO is the national examination body of Nigeria. It does everything WAEC result can do. WAEC is only more valuable than NECO in Nigeria because it is wholesomely accepted by foreign nations. Now, let me bluntly give an answer to your question.

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Is it possible to gain admission with NECO result?

The answer is yes. It is possible to gain admission with NECO result. Currently, NECO results are wholesomely accepted by both institutions in Nigeria and in abroad. In other words, there is probably no university, polytechnic or college of education in Nigeria that don’t accept NECO result.

Even some foreign universities around the world now accept NECO result. Though, i am not sure whether every foreign institutions accept NECO result. But i can boldly assert that many foreign universities accept NECO result. So if you have been worried because you only have your NECO result for admission, don’t panic. NECO result is very prestigious now. You don’t even need to combine it with WAEC result to gain admission. It is accepted independently.

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Yes! That is all for now. In a recap, i have stated that NECO results can be used to gain admission into Nigerian and foreign institutions. Coupled with that, i made it clear that NECO results can be used independently (that is, without necessarily combining it with WAEC result). Hope you got your question answered clearly. If you still have anymore question to ask, do that using the comment section below. I will be glad to give you a reply.

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Samuel Edeh is a professional and ardent blogger. He is a law student at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN). Samuel is sole bent on disseminating authentic education news to every part of the world.

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