Register for common entrance examination (NCEE)

The sale of forms for the National Common Entrance NCEE Test, NCEE Into JSS 1 Of Federal Government Unity Colleges/Federal Science and Technical Colleges for the academic year 2022/2022 has begun. The National Common Entrance Examination NCEE admission to Federal Government Unity Colleges’ Junior Secondary School (JSS 1) will be conducted throughout the country and in other interested foreign countries.

How to Apply for the NCEE Registration Form Via the Internet

Register here

The registration fee for the 2022 NCEE is 2,500 Naira (N2,500.00) per candidate.

Head Teachers, Parents/Guardians, and other existing users must log in with their credentials to register candidates for NCEE. New users should:

  • Visit for more information.
  • Using your phone number and email address, create an online account.
  • Activate your account using your email address.
  • Make a charge to the NECO TSA using one of the following methods:
  • Enter the candidate’s biographical details and upload a passport-size photograph.
  • Create a photo card.
  • Tap “Step by Step Guide” on for more information on how to register candidate(s).


The National Popular Entrance Test is paid for via the NECO portal. Once a candidate has registered online, they will not be allowed to change their name, date of birth, or state of origin. Qualified candidates who choose oversubscribed Colleges can be put in any available alternative College, based on the Federal Unity Colleges’ carrying capacities. The registration period will run from Wednesday, March 24th, 2022, until Saturday, May 29th, 2022. On Saturday, May 29, 2022, at 8:00 a.m., the website will be closed.

The National Common Entrance Examination’s Structure

The following will be covered during the examination:

First paper.

Part A – Mathematics, Science, and Technology (Basic Science and Technology)
Paper-II, Section B – English and National Values Education

Aspects of Quantitative and Vocational Aptitude (Part A)
Verbal Aptitude (Part B)

National Common Entrance Examination NCEE 2022 deadline

The registration deadline for the 2022 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) is May 29, 2022.

A maximum of 250 candidates can be accommodated in each center. If a center is completed, you will no longer be able to pick it. When the time on the question paper varies from the time on the schedule, the time on the question paper must be followed. Candidates that are albinos or blind will be given an additional 30 minutes at the end of each article. For the test, blind candidates must use an OBR Customized braille sheet provided by NECO.
Please subscribe to the site using your email address for FREE to receive more updates on the NCEE Test, including everything about the exam and when the list of shortlisted candidates for admission will be published.

National Common NCEE Cutoff Mark

After the NCEE Registration Form, the cut-off mark for Federal Government Secondary Schools (Unity Schools) is a major criterion used to decide whether or not candidates will be admitted to any of Nigeria’s 104 unity schools.

NCEE Cut off Mark for Each State

Abia – 130
Adamawa – 62
Akwa-Ibom – 123
Anambra – 139
Bauchi – 35
Bayelsa – 72
Benue – 111
Borno – 45
Cross River – 97
Delta – 131
Ebonyi – 112
Edo – 127
Ekiti – 119
Enugu – 134
Gombe – 58
Imo – 138
Jigawa – 44
Kaduna – 91
Kano – 67
Katsina – 60
Kebbi – 9 (male) 20 (female)
Kogi – 119
Kwara – 123
Lagos – 133
Nasarawa – 58
Niger – 93
Ogun – 131
Ondo – 126
Osun – 127
Oyo – 127
Plateau – 97
Rivers – 118
Sokoto – 9 (male) 13 (female)
Taraba – 3 (male) 11 (female)
Yobe – 2 (male) 27 (female)
Zamfara – 4 (male) 2 (female)
FCT Abuja – 90

Register here

Published by Abo Aondofa Ephraim


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