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NTC Online Examination Portal -GTLE (Online Trial Questions and Latest Past Questions) 2024

The National Teaching Council is mandated by the Education Act 2008 (Act 778), section 9 to improve the professional standing and status of teachers and to license and register teachers in Ghana.


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The NTC has launched a free preparatory test for all its prospective candidates.

The preparatory test covers all the topics you are to prepare for and also contains most of the past questions.

To use the site, Visit the page in the link provided below.

You can register to have full access.


To register

  • Enter Your full name
  • Your email
  • Your Phone number
  • Password
  • Your region, District, And Town/City
  • Then the College of Education Attended. You can enter the name of your University
  • You Also need to indicate whether it’s an individual registration or a corporate registration.
  • Finally read the terms and conditions and accept if you agree.
  • You can also try the questions without registering.


National Teaching Council (NTC) Online Examination Portal — 4 GTLE to be written this Year  Check Dates Given NTC

First Subject Base NTC GTLE Registration for Freshers Open

NTC online registration and checking of results are always open at the same time.

The portal closes when no one is registering. This means you can only check and print your results when the portal is opened for new registration.

GTLE- Writing the Exams

To maintain good standards for Ghanaian Teachers, the GTLE has been introduced.

Those who qualify to write the exams are students from

College of Education

Accredited University Students who did Education.

For other Degree Holders, you must have done Education programs E.g. Bachelor Of Education (B.E.D. Social Studies, Mathematics, Accounting, etc.) or BSc Science Education, BSc Mathematics Education.

If you have not done any of these programs, you will not have the chance to even register.

During the registration process, the accredited universities that offer the educational program will submit the list of all Final-year students to NTC for Validation. This is something that will allow you to register. If your name is not on the list, you can never register.

Apply here for the substantive license if you want GES Job-NTC

Writing the Exams is not compulsory for all students, But currently to work with GES or to Teach in Ghana You must have the NTC certificate.

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If you are not going to teach then there is no need to write the exams.

To write the exams aside from what you have learned in your various schools, you need to prepare extra by going through some of the past questions. The NTC has created a portal where you can access some of these past questions.


There are individual sites, where you can download some pdf of past question.


The National Teaching Council (NTC) Online  Portal.

The system collects your personal information and other details for verification, After a successful validation you are given an ID Card.


source: seekersnewsgh


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April 29, 2022 12:55 pm

Please I registered and I was 💯 but I was not given any number.
When they were distributing the license card too I have not resume duty at my new school. I got there only to be told they were done and was preparing to go for work shop on the license. Please help me out, I am an in-service teacher.

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