To register with Ethiopian Examination Authority ENEA, the Council usually advertises entry periods and entry procedures in national newspapers. In respect of the ENEA for example, the Council conducts two exams each year; the first in May/June for school candidates and the second in October/November for private candidates.
Registration for either May/June or the November/December WASSCE is done through the Internet (online)and manual system is accepted. The May/June exam is for school candidates and all entry formalities are undertaken by the schools presenting candidates.
The examination timetable and subject syllabuses are also made available to prospective candidates.
It is important to note that once the prescribed fee is paid to the accredited selling agent, a prospective candidate begins the registration process. The Candidates are required to enter and sit for a minimum of eight (8) and a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
Ethiopian National Exam Result. At present, there are only two national exams. First EGSECE (Ethiopian General Secondary Education Certificate Examination) and the second one is EHEECE (Ethiopian Higher Education Entrance Certificate Examination) also knowns as Grade 10 national exam and Grade 12 national exam respectively. The National Exam Result Ethiopia will be published by NEA (National Exam Agency).
Other important information About Ethiopia National Examination Authority – ENEA
These must include the following :
- English Language
- At least one Nigerian Language (see footnote)
- At least one of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
- At least one of Literature-in-English, History and Geography.
- Agricultural Science or at least one vocational subject.
These are the core subjects.
In addition to the above, every student must offer any three of the underlisted subjects not already offered as core subjects:
Biology, Economics, Physics, Book-Keeping, Chemistry, Typewriting, Further Mathematics, Shorthand, Commerce, History, Geography, Literature-in-English, Agricultural Science, Woodwork, Health Science, Auto-Mechanics, Building Construction, Music, Clothing and Textiles, Art, Christian Religious Knowledge, French, Islamic Studies, Physical Education, Arabic Studies, Government, Metal Work, Applied Electricity, Electronics, Foods and Nutrition, Technical Drawing Home Management.How to Access your personal Result
on the following link http://www.nae.gov.et/Public/ViewExamResults.aspx you will see a dialogue box (please click on the “PDF version” for the pictorial explanation)
On the Dialogue box Exam Result
- Enter your Registration Number on the space provided for ID as on your Admission Card to the National Examination Agency.
- Click on the drop down arrow and select NIMEI
- Click on the Show Tab
- Then you will see your personal data with results and status for admission.
The Ministry of Education has given a waiver in respect of Ethiopian Languages during the 2000 examination. This implies that candidates’ entries are valid with or without a Ethiopian language for the period of the waiver.