Explore the list of National Teaching Council (NTC) structure, content areas, and the subject of specialization of the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE).
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Three (3) Forms of the NTC Subject Examination
All fresh candidates shall write three papers which comprise
General Professional Knowledge Paper.
- This paper comprises numeracy, literacy, and essential professional skills contents.
Grade-level Specialism Pedagogy Paper
- The pedagogies are differentiated by levels of specialization. That is Early Grade or Early Childhood, Primary and JHS, SHS/SHTS, and Technical Vocational Schools.
Multiple Subjects Content or Single Subject Content Knowledge (subject specialism)
- Multiple Subjects Content: prospective teachers who are trained for Early Grade/Early Childhood or Primary levels will write Multiple Subjects Content Papers.
- Single Subject Specialism: prospective teachers who are trained for junior high, senior high, or TVET will write one paper in their areas of specialization.
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How to Access NTC GTLE Ghana PortaPrep Portal
NTC GTLE Content/Subject Areas and Table of Specification
Here are the lists of the National Teaching Council (NTC) Structure and the Content Areas of the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE).
Pedagogy for SHS
General Knowledge in Art
Integrated Science for SHS
Integrated Science for JHS
Clothing and Textiles
Christian Religious Studies
English Language for SHS
Social Studies For JHS
Mathematics for SHS
Mathematics for JHS
Multiple Subjects Content for Early Grade/Childhood
ICT for JHS
Early Childhood Pedagogy
Social Studies for SHS
Professional General Knowledge
Pedagogy for Primary and JHS
Management in Living
Multiple Subjects Content for Primary
ICT for SHS
Food and Nutrition
Creative Art and Design
English Language for JHS
Prospective candidates download NTC GTLE Learning Guides for detailed content areas and tables of specifications.
National Teaching Council
P.O. Box MB 247 Accra
J273 Institute Drive
Opposite University of Ghana City Campus, Adabraka
Tel: 030 298 6325
Email: [email protected]