Teachers who sat for the 2020 Batch ‘B’ Professional Qualifying Examinations conducted by the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) are hereby informed that results have been released, and can be accessed both online and offline. Here we will show you how to check TRCN PQE results.
Recall that on Saturday 14th November 2020, Teachers in the thirty-six states and FCT who sought to belong to the TRCN body took their qualifying examinations (which was a Computer Based Test) at designated centers, and since then, had been patiently waiting for the outcome.
The Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria is a Government agency under the Ministry of Education saddled with the responsibility of registering, licensing qualified Teachers, and maintaining professionalism in the teaching endeavour by way of system regulation and control in both public/private educational settings.
Teachers can enroll for the TRCN license as NCE, Bachelors degree, Masters degree, or Doctorate degree holders.
TRCN license is very important for practising teachers now than before, as many schools consider this as a prerequisite for recruiting new Teachers, and lack of it, a basis for dropping already existing Teachers. Also check out: How to Check NECO Results Online.
How to Check TRCN PQE Results for 2020/2021
To check the 2020 Batch B results, one would have to do the following;
- Obtain the Examination Number from the slip issued at the point of examination registration.
Visit the TRCN online portal at www.trcn.gov.ng with a desktop or laptop computer. If you are using a mobile phone browser (preferably Chrome), be sure to switch to desktop view.
If you are accessing the site via a laptop or desktop computer, click on ”CHECK PQE RESULTS” and select the examination year and batch. But if you are using a mobile device and not on the desktop view, click on the drop-down menu by the right side of the page, then click on ”CHECK PQE RESULTS” and select the examination year and batch accordingly.
Enter your TRCN examination number and click ”check my result”.
If checking the result does not work out this way, then it may be that the results have not yet been uploaded on the website, or the site is experiencing unusual traffic.
In this case, you would have to visit the TRCN office where you registered for the exam and present your examination number to the staff there to help you check.
In some cases, the names are pasted on a notice board and all you have to do is search for your name and grade obtained in the exam.
Successful candidates can proceed to make payment (according to their qualifications) and apply for their TRCN licenses.