The National Teaching Council (NTC) in December will conduct the second phase of the Ghana teacher licensure examination (GTLE) for the 2022 academic year, the Minister for Education, Dr Osei Yaw Adutwum has disclosed.
Speaking on the topic “Education for the next generation” on Twitter monitored by AcademicWeek, he said, “the licensure has not been cancelled the next conduct of the 2022 teacher licensure examination is in December.”
Meanwhile, the management of the National Teaching Council responsible for licensing teachers has released the provisional results of prospective candidates who sat for the first phase of the licensure examination for teachers.
“All candidates can check their results from the NTC online portal at exams.ntc.gov.gh by using either their pins given during registration or their examination index numbers using their phone numbers,” NTC stated in a communique.
It also entreated candidates who participated in the just-ended first phase of the 2022 edition of the national teacher licensure test to print their provisional certificates after checking the GTLE results at https://exams.ntc.gov.gh.
How to check 2022 NTC licensure exams results
1. Visit the NTC results checking portal https://exams.ntc.gov.gh/ using any internet browser (Chrome) on your smartphone or computer.
2. Enter your Personal Identification Number (PIN) and the Serial Number you used during registration for the examination.
3. After entering a correct PIN and Serial Number, Click on the submit button to access your NTC licensure examination results and then
4. Print your provisional certificates after checking the results
The National Teaching Council (NTC) says prospective candidates who participate in the national test can also obtain their licensure examination results at the College of Education (CoE) they sat for the teacher licensure examination.
Candidates who could not pass the first phase examination, NTC has said can join the next batch for resistance. “Those who were not able to meet the pass mark will only resit or rewrite only the courses that they failed”, the Council added.