BECE result for jss3 2021/2022 | How to check Junior Waec Result

Bece result for jss3 2021, how to check Junior Waec Result 2021, BECE result for JSS3 2021 state and more.

This post is definitely published for students who participated in the just concluded BECE JSS3 / Junior Waec examination for the year 2021/2022 and are seeking for information on the result release date and how to check their Bece result for jss3 2021.

In this article, we’ve provided guidelines to follow to check Junior Waec result 2021.

Bece result for jss3 2021

This is to inform students who participated in the JSS3 BECE / Junior WAEC examination as well as the general public that the Bece result for jss3 2021 is out and has been successfully uploaded on Neco official portal @ https://result.neco.gov.ng/, this implies that students can now check their result via the official portal.

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Is BECE Result for Jss3 2021 out

Yes

The Bece result for jss3 2021 has been released by the the management of the National Examinations Council (NECO).

How To Check JSS3 BECE / Junior WAEC Result 2021/2022 Online.

  • Firstly, purchase a Result Token
  • Visit https://result.neco.gov.ng/
  • Select the Basic Education Certificate Result in the Exam Type Section
  • Select the exam year e.g 2021
  • Scratch the result checking card and type in the PIN or Token
  • Enter the Examination number in the space provided
  • Click “Check Result” button, then a pop-up page will display with your result.

NOTE: If you follow this step correctly you won’t have any difficulties checking your result.

How to check Junior WAEC result 2021?

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BECE result for JSS3 2021 Delta State

  • Kindly log on to Delta State Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (DELTAMOBSE) portal via https://deltamobse.net/uportal/index.php.
  • Click on the Check Secondary Result Status (USING EXAM. NO.)
  • Enter Pin Code and Examination Number in the boxes provided
  • Click on the Submit Button to access your ward’s result.

BECE result for JSS3 2021 Lagos State

All Government Public Junior Secondary Schools should please proceed to collect their schools’ results from their district headquarters. 

WHILE

Registered approved Private Junior Secondary Schools should collect their schools results from respective Liaison officers.

BECE result for JSS3 2021 Ogun State

  • Kindly log on to Ogun State Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (DELTAMOBSE) portal via https://deltamobse.net/uportal/index.php.
  • Click on the Check Secondary Result Status (USING EXAM. NO.)
  • Enter Pin Code and Examination Number in the boxes provided
  • Click on the Submit Button to access your ward’s result.

BECE result for JSS3 2021 Enugu State

  • Kindly log on to Ogun State Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (DELTAMOBSE) portal via https://Enugu.net/uportal/index.php.
  • Click on the Check Secondary Result Status (USING EXAM. NO.)
  • Enter Pin Code and Examination Number in the boxes provided
  • Click on the Submit Button to access your ward’s result.
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BECE Result for jss3 2021 Sierra Leone

  • Firstly, purchase a Result Token
  • Visit https://result.neco.gov.ng/
  • Select the Basic Education Certificate Result in the Exam Type Section
  • Select the exam year e.g 2021
  • Scratch the result checking card and type in the PIN or Token
  • Enter the Examination number in the space provided
  • Click “Check Result” button, then a pop-up page will display with your result.

JSS3 BECE / Junior WAEC 2021 Grading System.

The grading system for this examination is as follows:

  • A – Distinction
  • B – Upper Credit
  • C – Lower Credit
  • P – Pass
  • F – Fail

Please Note: You’re unable to check your BECE result online,  All Government Public Junior Secondary Schools should proceed to check/ collect their schools’ results from their district headquarters.

while, registered approved Private Junior Secondary Schools should collect their schools results from respective Liaison officers.

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