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NABTEB Releases 2023 NBC-NTC Results, Identifies Candidates Involved In Malpractice

NABTEB Releases 2023 NBC-NTC Results, Identifies Candidates Involved In Malpractice

The National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) has announced the release of results of the just concluded 2023 NBC/NTC examinations.

Naija News understands that the recent exams were conducted nationwide from Monday, 26 June, to Tuesday, 25 July 2023.

The exam board, however, regretted that 239 candidates representing 0.45% of 54,301 candidates who registered and sat for the examinations in 1,556 centres across all the states of the federation, were involved in exam malpractice.

The Registrar/Chief Executive of NABTEB, Prof. Ifeoma Isiugo-Abanihe, who confirmed the examination results release, noted in a statement that examination malpractice remained a global challenge in the conduct of public examinations and has gained international attention in assessment discourse.

She said the management would continue to introduce innovative approaches to curb the issues of malpractice.

Isiugo-Abanihe also noted that a total of 39,220 candidates, representing 73.19% of the total candidates who sat for the 2023 In-school NBC/NTC exams, scored five credits and above, including English Language and Mathematics.

She added that a total of 49,529 candidates obtained five credits and above with or without English Language and Mathematics.

Prof. Isiugo-Abanihe explained that the figure represented 92.43% of the candidates who sat for the examinations, noting that comparatively, the performance is higher than 2022 In-school NBC/NTC examinations results, where 58,679 candidates representing 69.73% obtained five credits and above, including English Language and Mathematics.

She added that 74,346 candidates, representing 88.35% of the candidates who sat for the examinations, obtained five credits and above with or without English Language and Mathematics.

Read the full publication below:

“NABTEB released the results of the 2023 In-school NBC/NTC examinations, which were conducted nationwide from Monday, 26th June to Tuesday, 25th July, 2023. A total of 54,301 candidates registered for the examinations in 1,556 centres across all the States of the federation and Cote d’Ivoire. This enrolment figure marked a 38.06 % decrease compared to that of the 2022 In-school certificate examinations, where 87,668 candidates enrolled for the examinations. Analysis of the enrollment for the 2023 NBC/NTC examinations indicates that candidates registered for 16 Engineering Trades, 7 Construction Trades, 9 Miscellaneous Trades, 4 Business Trades and 17 General Education Subjects.

“A total of 53,587 candidates sat for the certificate examinations, which represents 98.69% of the total enrolment.

“It is important to note that 13,699 candidates representing 51.93% were certified as craftsmen against 64.41% in the 2022 In-School NBC/NTC examinations. The analyses further revealed that 39,220 candidates representing 73.19% of the total candidates who sat for the examinations, scored 5 credits and above, including English Language and Mathematics. Furthermore, a total of 49,529 candidates obtained 5 credits and above with or without English Language and Mathematics; this represents 92.43% of the candidates who sat for the examinations. Comparatively, this performance is higher than the 2022 Inschool NBC/NTC examinations results, where 58,679 candidates representing 69.73% obtained 5 credits and above including English Language and Mathematics, and 74,346 candidates, representing 88.35% of the entire candidates who sat for the examinations, obtained 5 credits and above with or without English Language and Mathematics.

“Examination malpractice remains a global challenge in the conduct of public examinations and has gained international attention in assessment discourse. It is against this backdrop that the Board continues to introduce various innovative approaches towards ensuring that malpractice is drastically reduced in her examination activities. In the examinations under review, two hundred and thirty-nine (239) candidates representing 0.45% of the total number of candidates who sat for the 2023 NBC/NTC examinations, were involved in
examination malpractice as compared with three hundred (300) candidates, representing 0.36% of the total number of candidates who sat for the 2022 In-school examinations, indicating an increase in examination malpractice.

“Finally, the Board wishes to use this opportunity to inform you that NABTEB has commenced registration of candidates for the 2023 November/December NBC/NTC and ANBC/ANTC examinations. The certificate examinations are for private candidates, and prospective candidates are advised to visit any of the NABTEB State or Zonal Offices to obtain guidelines for registration,”

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