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2021/2022 NTC Licensure Examination Results

The management of the National Teacher Council (NTC) has released the licensure examination result which was held last year. According to the NTC result statistics, 3,987 candidates failed the third edition teacher licensure examination.

2021 NTC Licensure exams Registration
2021 NTC Licensure exams Registration

2021/2022 NTC Licensure Examination Results

Per the results, a total of 27,171 out of the 34,724 candidates who sat for the examination representing 78.2 per cent passed the examination, while, 7,553 representing 21.8 per cent failed.

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 unauthorised 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.

How to Check 2021/2022 NTC Licensure Examination Results Online

The results of the maiden edition of the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination has been posted on the NTC online portal for candidates to access.

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  • 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, who sat for the March 2021 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 course(s) that they failed.

Results for GTLE 2021/2022 sitting has been released.

You can only print your certificate online if you wrote in 2021 or 2021 and have been confirmed by your previous school/college.

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Introduction NTC Licensure Examination


The Professional Teaching Licence is the highest mark of professional accomplishment that makes
the Ghanaian teacher a member of a larger network of accomplished educators shaping the
profession and human lives. It demonstrates the legal authorisation of the mandate of the NTC,
indicating that a teacher has met all the standards required for the profession.
The National Teaching Council (NTC) has the ultimate responsibility to conduct the licensure

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examination for teachers and ensure that the examination meets technical and professional
standards and status of a teacher, by assessing candidates’ abilities to practice competently. Once
a candidate has passed the Licensure Examination, NTC will issue a license to the candidate, thus
assuring the public that the licensee has met the minimum qualification or requirements qualified
to practice, at the time of the initial Licensure.


Purpose of the Licensure Examination


The NTC is mandated by the Education Act 2008 (ACT 778), Section 9, to license teachers in
Ghana. The purpose of the Licensing Examination is to enable candidates (teachers) to acquire a
professional licence. It also aims at preparing teachers to meet the demands of the National
Teachers’ Standards of possessing the minimum knowledge, skills, values and attitudes
(competencies and experience) necessary to deliver effectively in schools.

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