The online Technical Examination Unit result checker is a relief for most students as they do not have to waste time visiting offices to access their exam results when they can do it at their comfort wherever they are. This online system makes it easy and convenient for students to access their results. However, despite the ease of doing it, it has to be done right to avoid experiencing issues which can be frustrating. To learn how to correctly access your Technical Examination Unit result for 2018, check out the following procedure.
Technical Examination Unit result checker 2018- work made easier
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Once the Technical Examination Unit results are ready they will be availed online. Students can check for their results through the online portal. They however have to follow a systematic procedure to get this done. The following is a guide on how to access these results easily.
- Log into the result checker portal and select the examination series. This can be the technical examination unit May/June or technical examination unit Nov/Dec depending on the results you want to see.
- Once you have chosen the appropriate series the next step would be to select the examination region for which you took the exam. There are several regions which means that you ought to be careful when keying in the details. A slight mistake on your part could register wrong results or indicate the results as nonexistent. The regions here include Volta region, greater Accra region, Central region, Eastern region, Brong Ahafo region, Ashanti region, Upper East region, Northern region and Upper West region. Choose the region that matches your examination details.
- Choose the examination center for which you sat your exams from.
- Next step would be to put your index number. Make sure that you use the same number you did your exams with. This is your personal identification as far as the exams are concerned.
- Choose the year of examination for which you are checking the exam. The site is updated with exam results for each year. This is one of the mandates of the Ghana Education Service.
- Key in the PIN on your scratch card. This is a unique number that will allow you to access the exams.
- Turn the card and enter the serial number. The serial number on the card’s reverse is a way on ensuring that the card belong to you and cannot be replicated.
- Once this is done, you can choose to include the optional email address or leave this part blank.
- The next and final step is to press the submit button and wait. The page may load for a few minutes as your results are being fetched. It may take a few minutes of your time. Make sure that you have disabled the popup blocker on the browser that you are using. Failure to do this may interfere with the results displaying.
It is important to note that even though there may be a few similarities with the WAEC Ghana checker, there is a variation. For the WAEC result checker, the following should be followed:
- Once logged into the portal, key in your exam index number
- Choose the exam type you want results for. This could be an example like WASSCE
- Choose the year of examination in this case say 2018
- Key in the serial number. This is to be found when you reverse the scratch card
- On the same scratch card, key in the pin number. It should be a 12-digit code number
- Recheck the exam year and the index number for verification before you proceed to the next step.
- When satisfied click submit and exercise some patience. In a few minutes the results will be displayed.
Technical Examination Unit Ghana education service
For a long time the education system in Ghana was entirely left to the missionaries. It was not until 1850 that the government took an active role in the education system. This encouraged a number of reforms in the education sectors which in turn prompted the formation of technical schools with the aim of meeting the industrial and agricultural need of the country. By 1990 and after a number of reforms in the education sector the government had formed a number of technical schools to offer courses in teaching, engineering, masonry, wood work, carpentry and other trades just to mention a few.
With this advancement there was a need for an institution to govern and control the quality standard of these institutes hence the birth of Technical Examination Unit Ghana services. The Technical Examination Unit is responsible for a number of things including conducting and awarding certificate for several examinations in technical institutes in Ghana. The GES Technical Examination Unit (Ghana Education Service Technical Examination Unit) awards technical examination unit certificate for the following courses:
- All final exams for technical institutes. It cuts across both public and private institutions.
- Last exams for programs that are considered non tertiary in polytechnics. These include technician courses, programs in advanced craft as well as business studies diplomas.
Apart from these courses, the Technical Examination Unit also awards certification for special programmes both in public and private institutes. The Technical Examination Unit Ghana steps in when the government request that a diploma in accountancy and public finance be awarded at the Institute of Accountancy Training. A special certification is also offered for the Medical Equipment Technician II when requested by Valley View University. It also handles the certification for GRATIS special intermediate and craft courses.
With the knowledge of how to access your technical exam results with ease, all you have to do is get yourself connected to a stable internet and check for yourself. This will help you prepare ahead based on the results outcome. The earlier you know the better and faster it is for you to make your next move