How to Register for NOVDEC Examinations in Ghana

Are you a student in Ghana preparing to take the NOVDEC (National Vocational and Technical Examination Council) exams?

Registering for these exams can seem like a daunting task, but with the right guidance, it can be a straightforward process.

In this article, we will walk you through the steps to register for NOVDEC exams in Ghana and ensure that you are ready to tackle your exams with confidence.

Steps to Register for NOVDEC Exams

  1. Determine your eligibility Before you can register for the NOVDEC exams, you need to make sure that you are eligible. The eligibility criteria for the NOVDEC exams are determined by the National Vocational and Technical Examination Council and may vary based on the program you are enrolled in. You can check your eligibility by contacting your school or visiting the NOVDEC website.
  2. Gather the necessary documents To register for the NOVDEC exams, you will need to provide the National Vocational and Technical Examination Council with several important documents, including a recent passport-sized photograph, a copy of your national ID card or passport, and proof of payment.
  3. Choose your exams Next, you need to select the NOVDEC exams you would like to take. This can typically be done through your school or by visiting the NOVDEC website.
  4. Register online The NOVDEC exams can be registered for online through the NOVDEC website. You will need to provide the necessary documents and pay the exam fee to complete the registration process. It is important to double-check that all the information you provide is correct, as errors can result in delays or even rejected applications.
  5. Confirm your registration After you have completed your online registration, you will receive a confirmation email. You should review this email carefully to ensure that all of the information is correct, including your exam date and location.


By following these steps, you can successfully register for the NOVDEC exams in Ghana. It is important to stay organized and start the process as early as possible to ensure that you have enough time to gather the necessary documents and complete the registration process. Good luck with your exams!



Mensah courage is a professional teacher and co-founder of Together with team, we serve our readers with accurate information about the Ghananian education space and more. Follow me on all social media platforms