Breaking: NTC Announces Date To Conduct 2023 Licensure Examination

Breaking: NTC Announces Date To Conduct 2023 Licensure Examination

NTC Announces Date To Conduct 2023 Licensure Examination, Check

Here is the date announced by National Teaching Council to conduct the 2023 Licensure Examination for candidates.

The management of the National Teaching, NTC has announced a new date to conduct the 2023 Licensure Examination for fresh candidates.

According to NTC, the 2023 Licensure Examination for newly trained teachers is likely to be written in June/July.

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The ongoing registration for the 2023 Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE) 1 is for re-sit candidates only. Due to the GTLE reforms which is to be implemented this year, the Council has given three chances to candidates who are associated with the traditional GTLE (Essential Professional Skills, Literacy and Numeracy) to redeem themselves. The first chance was utilised in 2022 GTLE 2. This year, two chances are available for re-sit candidates to utilise. This ongoing registration for 2023 GTLE 1 is one of the two chances. After the two chances, there will be no examination for the traditional subjects in 2024 and beyond. Any candidate of the traditional GTLE who would like to write GTLE again will have to start afresh with the GTLE dispensation in 2024 and beyond.

The Officials of the National Teaching Council disclosed this when speaking at an induction ceremony organized for newly trained teachers from Colleges of education.

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Its going to be objectives of which candidates will use shading papers. But the Language and Mathematics students are going to write.

The exams won’t be computer based this year.

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The 2022 GTLE II was meant for re-sit candidates and those who completed their education programs in 2021 or before. Due to the GTLE reforms which will be implemented this year, the Council has given three chances to candidates who are associated with the traditional GTLE (i.e., Numeracy, Literacy, and Essential Professional Skills) to redeem themselves. The 2022 GTLE II is one of the three chances, the two others will be conducted this year, 2023. After the three chances, there will be no examination for the traditional subjects in 2024 and beyond. Any candidate of the traditional GTLE who would like to write GTLE again would have to start afresh with the new GTLE dispensation in 2024 and beyond.

A total of 14,442 candidates registered and sat for the 2022 GTLE II in either one, two or all three subjects: Numeracy, Literacy, Essential, and Professional Skills. Out of the total number of candidates, 7,743 were fresh candidates who sat for the exams for the first time while 6,699 were resit candidates.

Preparations are far advanced to implement the anticipated reforms which include Subject-Based Test (SBT) and Computer-Based Tests (, CBT). As part of the processes leading to the implementation of the reforms, the Council has developed content areas and a table of specifications for 65 subjects. The reformed GTLE is scheduled to be written in April 2023 and will be taken mainly by candidates trained uTestsnder the National Teacher Education Curriculum Framework (NTECF). It is expected that the results will, to a large extent, determine how Fidel we have been with the implementation thus far.

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