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NTC Opens Licensure Examination Registration Portal. Check out the deadline, date for the exams and the reason why you don’t have to miss this opportunity

The National Teaching Council (NTC) has opened its Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE) registration portal for prospective candidates to apply.

According to report this registration is as a result of the recorded  mass failure of candidates who sat for the Match exams this year.

In an interview with one official of NTC, he disclosed to Honestynewgh.com that, this is to allow those who failed to redeem themselves to rewrite  and pass to be eligible for the upcoming  2021 GES recruitment.

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Fees for registration and mode of payment 

✍️Fresh candidates are required to pay GHȻ 280.00 to register for the examination.
✍️Candidates who are re-sitting are to pay GHȻ 150.00 for one (1) Re-sit paper.
✍️Candidates who are re-sitting two (2) papers are to pay GHȻ 250.00.
✍️Candidates who are re-sitting all three (3) papers are to pay GHȻ 280.00.

Places to buy your voucher for registration 

Licensure Examination Registration
Payment can be made at any branch of GCB Bank LTD and Prudential Bank Ltd nationwide.
Candidates must notify the Bank as fresh students, re-sitting and the number of papers to sit for.

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How To Purchase NTC Licensure Examination Registration E-Voucher Using  Mobile Money

✍️Enter the short code *772*51# at all networks
✍️Take Pin and Serial No. from the Bank after payment.
✍️Log onto exams.ntc.gov.gh
✍️Enter your e-voucher Serial Number and PIN
✍️Fill in all the fields and remember to upload your passport-size photograph.

NOTE:

✍️Deadline for registration of NTC Licensure Examination is September 8, 2021

✍️Date for the NTC Licensure Examination is scheduled from 23rd – 24th September, 2021.

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Source:     Honestynewsgh.com

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