NMC Result Checker Portal

NMC Result Checker Portal

The Nursing and Midwifery Council – NMC examination results for 2024 are currently out. Students can now visit the NMC Result Checker Portal to provide their index number and all required information to check their NMC examination results.

In this article, we will assist you with guidelines on how to access the NMC portal to check and print out your results.

What you Will Need to Check your NMC Result

Candidates of the NMC examinations will be required to provide the following details to be able to check their NMC Results;

  • NMC Index Number
  • An active phone number
  • Your date of birth. (Note:  The date of birth must be exactly the one you used during your NMC exams indexing)
  • Year of Examination (eg. 2023)

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How to Check Your NMC Result Online

Follow these steps to check your Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Result from the NMC Result portal; 

  • Visit the NMC Result Checker Online Portal at https://nmi.nmc.gov.gh/results/results
  • Click on the Generate code button on the next page
  • Enter your student details in the input fields (ie. Index Number, Date of Birth and Phone number)
  • Click on the generate code button
  • An SMS with a unique code is required to check your result
  • Click on the Check Result button
  • Enter your Index Number and the unique code sent to your phone
  • Click on Proceed to display your NMC Result
  • Proceed to download your result slip and print it out for future use

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What to do next after checking your NMC Result

  1. Successful candidates are required to fill out the NMC entry form and click on the submit button to complete the process. This will serve as a confirmation for NMC to process you for national service. This has to be completed within a short period to avoid any extra charges.
  2. Candidates are required to make a payment of GHS 696.00 at any GCB Bank Branch nationwide
  3. Proceed to the nearest NMC Regional office with your payment receipt, national ID (Ghana Card) and two (2) passport photos with a white background or red background (for auxiliary programs students) 

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Important Notice

  • Failure to register within TWO MONTHS from the date of publication of results would attract a Penalty.
  • Please note, Section 73 (c) of Act 857 of the Health Professions Regulatory Bodies Act, 2013, states that, it is an offence for a person who “practices or professes to practice as a Practitioner” in Ghana without Registration.
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