Ondo govt releases JSS3 results
The Ondo government has released the results of the 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) for Junior Secondary School students (JSS3).
According to a contained signed by Lola Amuda, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology’s permanent secretary, the results were released on Monday.
The BECE examination was held between August 10 and 17.
Ms Amuda said candidates could access their results on www.odsgexams.com, using their registration PINs.
The essence of the BECE is to enable students to move from junior secondary school to senior secondary school.
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