Yesterday, the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) announced the results of the nationwide 2022 private candidate Ordinary-Level/Craft Certificate and Advanced-Level/Mastercraft examinations.

NABTEB held the exams nationally from Monday, November 7, to Friday, December 9, 2022, according to Prof. Ifeoma Isiugo-Abanihe, the Board’s Registrar and Chief Executive, who made this announcement during a press conference in Benin.

According to the report, 26,561 candidates scored five credits or above with or without English language and Mathematics, accounting for 95.61 percent of the 27,782 candidates who took the NBC/NTC exams. She claimed that 21,103 candidates scored five credits or above with English language and mathematics, representing 75.96% of the total.

In all, 31,656 candidates enrolled for the examinations in 1,678 centers, including 19,004 males and 12,652 females, according to the registrar’s study of the candidates’ enrollment in the examinations.

31,247 candidates, or 98.71% of the total enrollment, took the exams, according to the information provided by Isiugo-Abanihe.

He said: “Out of 24,519 candidates that sat for various Trades at the Crafts level, 15,377 candidates, representing 62.71 per cent, were certified as Craftsmen. This represents an improvement over 2021 performance, where 57.87 per cent were certified as Craftsmen.

“At the Advanced Level, out of 3,467 candidates that sat for various Trades at the Master Crafts level, 1,686 candidates, representing 48.63 per cent, were certified as Master Craftsmen. This also is an improvement over the 2021 performance, where 40.02 per cent were certified at Masters Crafts level.”

She asked all parties involved, especially parents and guardians, to sign up their kids and wards for the upcoming exams in order to take advantage of the tremendous opportunities provided by the numerous qualifications given by NABTEB.

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