NTC Licensure Examination Results 2020/2021…National Teacher Licensure Examination Results is out, candidates are to follow the steps to check the results online.
The Body of the National Teacher Council (NTC) has released the licensure examination result for the exams that were held in 2020. 19,013 candidates passed the 5th edition teacher licensure examination according to the statistics.
A total of 19,013 out of the 27,455 candidates who sat for the examination representing 69.3 per cent passed the examination, while, 8,442 representing 30.7 per cent failed according to the exam results.
A statement from the NTC explained that six of the candidates, who were impersonated, had their entire results cancelled, while the seventh candidate, who carried unauthorized materials to the examination hall during the Numeracy paper had that paper cancelled.
Candidates who took part in the examination are to follow the procedures outlined below to check their licensure result online.
NOTICE: CANDIDATES WHO HAVE EXCEEDED THE NUMBER OF TIMES FOR CHECKING THEIR RESULTS SHOULD EXERCISE PATIENCE AND TRY AGAIN IN 24 HOURS TIME
CANDIDATES WITH UNCONFIRMED ISSUES SHOULD VISIT THE NTC PORTAL AND UPDATE THEIR BIODATA
Check NTC Licensure Examination Results Online 2020/2021
The results of the maiden edition of the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination have been posted on the NTC online portal for candidates to access.
- Visit the NTC Online Portal: https://exams.ntc.gov.gh/
- Login in with your Personal Identification Number (PIN) and the Serial Number used during the registration for the examination.
- Thereafter, click on the Submit button to access your NTC exam results.
Candidates are advised to print their provisional certificates after checking the results. “Candidates, who sat for the October 2020 GTLE and passed, should also print their certificates online from the NTC portal,” the statement further instructed.
Candidates can also obtain their results at the colleges of education where they sat for the examination.
Those who failed the examination would be required to join the next batch to write the examination this year. Candidates will resit only the course(s) that they failed.