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Why Waec Gce is Far better than Neco Gce. ... 2: Grading: The marking scheme of Neco is totally different from that of Waec Gce and mostly students prefer writing Waec gce than that of Neco , Have you heard about C Parallel slogan, Student now call some board Exam Parallel Examination.
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WAEC internal can be easier because you're have been well prepared for the papers most recently (SS1 to 3). People usually write GCE while they'd abandoned books for months - if not years. This may make it more difficult to pass. There are other reasons WAEC internal could be more convenient as detailed in this post.
Similar to WAEC, your National Examination Council (NECO) result (certificate) is valid for life. It doesn't have any expiry date. That is, for as long as you live, you can use your NECO result to gain admission into the university and seek employment where applicable.
There isn't a GED equivalent, as the UK does not have a standard school-leaving test or qualification. High school students can take a number of different "A-levels", "International Baccalaureate", "Scottish Highers", "National Vocational Qualifications", etc.
Studying is a great way to start a new career. Perhaps you think you're 'too old' to start university, but it's never too late to study. An increasing number of students aged over 25 are opting for university courses because they're unsatisfied with their job or want a new career path.
Nearly all Universities in the UK require GCE A level or equivalent for admission into undergraduate degrees. In addition to A levels, you should also have GCSEs which I believe are O level equivalents (also WAEC in West Africa).