The National Examination and School Inspection Authority (NESA) has asked students who sat for advanced level national examination in the academic year 2021/2022 to look for and/or correct their ID cards as soon as possible in order to access their results. Senior six candidates, Teacher Training Colleges (TTC) year 3 candidates, and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) level 5 candidates were informed by NESA that they would be able to access their marks using their candidate number and ID number. Those who registered without an ID card or with an erroneous ID card will be unable to view their national examination results. However, no release date has been announced yet. The deadline given to have obtained correct or updated identification documents is November 30. Candidates who acquired or corrected their ID should contact the school principal and send a copy of their ID to be recorded in the school Data Management System (SDMS). The 2022 national examinations for lower and higher secondary, TTC, and TVET candidates began on July 26 and ended in early August. On September 27, the Ministry of Education announced the results of the Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) and Ordinary Level (O'Level). And started the new academic year on October 14. The date for the release of national examination results for S6, TTC, and TVET has yet to be made official.