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NECO reschedules 2024 entrance examination into unity colleges

Mr Sani said the rescheduling of the two examinations was due to low enrollment of candidates.

• April 16, 2024
NECO
National Examination Council [PHOTO CREDIT: Independent Newspapers Nigeria]

The National Examinations Council has rescheduled the 2024 National Common Entrance Examination into Federal Unity Colleges and the entrance examination into Federal Government Academy, Suleja.

This is contained in a statement made available to journalists in Abuja on Tuesday by the acting director, information and digital communication of the council, Azeez Sani.

Mr Sani stated that the common entrance examination earlier scheduled for April 20, 2024, would now take place on June 1, 2024.

He also said that the entrance examination for gifted and talented children into the Federal Government Academy, Suleja, earlier scheduled to take place on May 4, 2024, would now take place on May 25, 2024.

He added that the rescheduling of the two examinations was due to low enrollment of candidates.

He enjoined candidates, parents, guardians, schools and relevant stakeholders to take note of the new dates.

Mr Sani said that registration of candidates would continue until the new dates of the examinations. 

(NAN)

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