Licensure Examination Results Released By NTC | How To Check

The National Teaching Council (NTC) has released the much awaited for results for candidates who sat for the GTLE examination.

This comes after the Council released a press statement yesterday.

According to the press release, a total of Twenty Seven Thousand, Four-Hundred & Fifty Five (27,455) candidates sat for the October 2020 maiden edition of the examination.

A total of Nineteen Thousand & Thirteen candidates (19,013) representing 69.3% passed the exams whiles Eight Thousand, Four Hundred & Forty-Two (8,442) representing 30.7% candidates failed.

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.

How To Check NTC Licensure Exams Results

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How To Check NTC Licensure Exams Results (October 2020 Licensure Examination Results)

  1. Log onto the official examination portal of NTC at exams.ntc.gov.gh
  2. Navigate to and click “Check Results”
  3. Input your examination “Index Number”
  4. Enter “PIN” given to you during registration
  5. Click “Submit”
  6. Your results will now show. Kindly download it as a PDF or print it.

In the case where you have forgotten your Index Number and PIN, follow the process below to retrieve them.

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How To Check NTC Licensure Examination Results Using Examination ID & Phone Number

How To Check NTC Licensure Examination Results Using Examination ID & Phone Number

  1. Log onto the official examination portal of NTC at exams.ntc.gov.gh
  2. Click “Forgotten Details”
  3. Input your “Examination ID”
  4. Enter your “Phone Number”
  5. Click “Submit”
  6. Your results will now show. Kindly download it as a PDF or print it.

How To Check NTC Licensure Examination Results Using Email & Phone Number

  1. Log onto the official examination portal of NTC at exams.ntc.gov.gh
  2. Click “Forgotten Details”
  3. Input your “Email”
  4. Enter your “Phone Number”
  5. Click “Submit”
  6. Your results will now show. Kindly download it as a PDF or print it.

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What To Do When There Is 500 Internal Server Error

The 500 Internal Server Error is a very general HTTP status code that means something has gone wrong on the web site’s server but the server could not be more specific on what the exact problem is.

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This is a technical problem which is no fault of yours but that of National Teaching Council. What you can do is to wait patiently and check back later.

NTC Site Is Currently Under Maintenance

What is a maintenance page?

A maintenance page is a temporary placeholder for times when a site or app needs to be taken offline for updates, backups or maintenance.

It tells the visitor that the site they’re trying to reach is temporarily unavailable because the team behind the scenes is doing some work.

Source: NewsVibz.com

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