The Results and admission list of the National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) for the Federal Government Unity schools is out. The procedures and steps to check NCEE results and Unity colleges admission list can be found below.
The general public are hereby informed that NCEE results and Federal Government unity Colleges admission list for 2018/2019 academic session has been released. This is to inform all candidates who participated in the Federal Government colleges Admission screening exercise for 2018/2019 that NCEE Results And Federal Government College Admission List into Jss1 is out and has been released.
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All the primary Six Candidates who applied for the Federal Government College Admission can now proceed to check the National Common Entrance Result for 2018/2019 as it has been released
Unity Colleges admission list has been uploaded on Federal Ministry of Education – National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) portal and also available on the notice boards in the colleges.
How to Check Federal Unity Colleges Admission List.
1. Go to Unity Colleges admission portal at http://www.fmeinterviewtest.com/
2. Enter your registration number where required
3. Finally, click on check status to access your Federal Unity College admission status.
A statement released Monday evening by the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Arc. Sonny Echono, explained that the admission was for candidates into the Junior Secondary School, JSS1 in the unity schools.
Echono, in the statement, explained that the release of the admission list followed the 2018 selection exercise for placement of qualified candidates into Junior Secondary School One (JSS1) held recently at Owerri, Imo.
He said the selection exercise employed the national merit criteria of 60 per cent, with a cut-off score of 146 and above and equality of state of 30 per cent of the colleges’ carrying capacity.
Due to the effect of insecurity in the North East and North West zones of the country which affected the filling of the colleges capacity, the minister has also approved for supplementary examination to be held tentatively on 11th August, 2018, for such colleges to enable them fill their vacancies.