Minna - The National Examinations Council has said that only thirty percent of the student that sat for the November/December 2014 Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination passed, Thisday reports.
The body said that 30.57 per cent of the candidates who sat for the examination passing at credit level in five major subjects including mathematics and English language.
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The results showed an improvement from the 2013 result which recorded 28.62 per cent of the candidates with five credits and above.
The Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Council, Professor Promise Okpala, who made the announcement, said out of the 63 445 candidates who registered for the examination, only 61 386 candidates sat for it.
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- News 24