The Management of the National Teaching Council (NTC) after releasing provisional results of graduate teachers who sat for the second phase of GTLE in October this year has released the teacher licensure exams statistics.
Dr Christian Addai Poku, the Registrar of the Council in a blog post sighted by EducationWeb.com.gh disclosed a total of 4,929 candidates registered for all three subjects – Numeracy, Literacy and Essential Professional Skills.
He indicated that “there were also 8,219 re-sit prospective candidates bringing the total number of candidates to 13,148 who wrote the national teacher licensure examination (GTLE) at 20 centres across the country.
Dr Christian Poku said his outfit as part of efforts to improve and reform the conduct of the teacher licensure exams is introducing subject-based testing which will examine the proficiency of teachers in their areas of specialization.
“Another one is computer-based testing (CBT) as we do away with paper and pen testing currently going on. These are likely to be introduced in September 2022,” the Registrar of the National Teaching Council (NTC) said on Tuesday.
The second edition of this year’s Ghana teacher licensure examination (GTEL) took place on 25th and 26th October 2021 in 20 centres across the country. The results were released yesterday, Monday, December 6, 2021.
Graduate teachers who wrote the examination can check their results from the NTC online portal at exam.ntc.gov.gh by using either their pins given during registration or their examination index numbers using their phone number.
“Candidates are advised to print their provisional certificates after checking results,” the spokesman for NTC noted in the communique adding that the teacher licensure examination results checking portal at a time will be closed.
How to check 2021 NTC October teacher licensure examination results
NTC in the release said the results of the prospective candidates have been posted online at its results checking the website for candidates access. “Candidates are to print their provisional certificates after checking results,” it added.
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 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.
According to the Registrar of NTC, Dr Christian Addai Poku, prospective candidates can also obtain their licensure examination results at the College of Education (CoE) they sat for this year’s Ghana teacher licensure examination.