How to Check JSCE (Junior WAEC) BECE Result 2020/2021

This article is written to guide students on how to check Junior WAEC (JSCE) results. It is an attempt to put students through when the BECE result is out.

Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is conducted for candidates in their third year of the Junior Secondary School. And NECO is the body that conducts the BECE for Federal Unity Colleges, Armed Forces Secondary Schools, and other Federal establishments operating Secondary schools.

Private Secondary schools also take part in the NECO BECE provided they are permitted by their State Ministries of Education.

In order to check your 2020 (JSS3)/BECE Junior WAEC result, you will have to buy a token for you to have access to the result. Click the red link to find out the steps to purchase the token.

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How to Check BECE Junior WAEC (JSCE) result

Then your JSCE result will come up.

For the sake of my readers that want me to explain how the jss3 result is being graded, I have put down the short piece for you below.

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How to Check State BECE JSCE Result

Each state of the federation and the FCT conducts the BECE for its candidates and to check your result you will need to visit the state’s result portal. Some states like Imo state have a result checking portal for BECE result while many states like Oyo, Lagos, Ondo, etc. don’t have.

In order to check your Junior WAEC result for states that have an online portal, you will have to get a PIN and visit the portal to check your JSS3 result.

For example, for candidates from Plateau state:

  • visit plabece.com.ng,
  • Click on “open result checker”
  • Input your scratch card number, candidate full exam number, date of birth
  • click on preview and your result will show

And for states that don’t have an online portal, the result will be sent from the ministry of education to all principals of the various public secondary schools in the state. So you should contact your school on your results.

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