How To Request For NOUN Missing Results – Step by Step Guide

National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Missing Results

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Have you written any exams in NOUN and the governing body of  National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) did not release your results or Your result is showing Incomplete (I), NT and NE?

Do you know that the results of each student are stored at the NOUN headquarters in Jabi Abuja?

You can get your missing results by writing an official letter to NOUN headquarters through your study centre Director, When writing this letter, ensure that you attached your examination registration slip, so they will confirm it’s really you.

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Here is a Sample Of Letter Written To National Open University Of Nigeria NOUN, Requesting For NOUN MISSING RESULT.

 Your Address
Lagos, Nigeria (Your location)
11th June 2018 (The date)
The Director
Directorate of Examination and Assessment
National Open University of Nigeria,
University Village
Plot 91, Cadastral Zone
Nnamdi Azikiwe Expressway
Jabi, Abuja


The Director,
Lagos Study Centre,
Agidingbi, Ikeja,
Lagos, Nigeria.

Dear Sir,


I, MR./Miss/Mrs (Your Name) a 400 level (add your level) student studying BSC COMPUTER SCIENCE in the school of Science, hereby apply for the release of the remaining result I sat for the November 2017_2 examinations. (add your examination date here)
The Missing result is – CIT 303 – Principles of Communication Technology

Enclosed is the copy of the examination registration slip that has been signed at the examination centre for your confirmation.

Thanks in anticipation.
Yours faithfully,

Add your name here:
Your study centre

Your telephone number.

You can download and edit this file here with your information. This sample is uploaded in a PDF format. 

Click the link below to download it.


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This post is authored by Gbenga, an experienced writer in the education sector, specializing in topics related to scholarships, grants, and travel guides. With a passion for empowering and guiding others, Gbenga has honed his skills as a writer to provide valuable insights and information in these specific niches.

One Comment

  1. Hi,dear I am also in the same position like many who results was not released despite the fact that i sat for the exam & it was pop exam. By opemipo

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