Unisa May/June Exams Begin Today


The largest distance learning institution in South Africa will start its mid-year examinations today. All students sitting for the exams are urged to adhere to the exam rules and regulations. 



The University of South Africa (Unisa) has wished all students well as they sit for day one of the May/June 2023 online examinations.  

The institutions has reminded students that all their examination question papers will be available on the myExams platform. To access examination question papers or multiple-choice questions, students can visit the myExams platform.

Students are advised to test their access prior to the sitting of the examination by clicking on their module code on the day of the examination. 

Unisa Exam Rules

In the past, many candidates have taken advantage of the fact that the Unisa exams are administered online, which has led to an increase in exam cheating and plagiarism.

Therefore, Unisa has buckled down on its exam processes and has urged all students to adhere to the rules and regulations.

All students are expected to read the May/June 2023 online examination rules thoroughly to familiarise themselves with the Do’s and Don’ts prior to any examination sitting.

The university has also strictly prohibited the use of any Artificial Intelligence software’s (ChatGPT, etc) and online sources (Course Material) during your online examination session.

Students experiencing technical challenges should contact the SCSC on 080 000 1870 or via e-mail [email protected] or refer to the Get-Help resource for the list of additional contact numbers.

Unisa noted that only communication received from a student’s myLife account will be considered.

Exam Timetable

The university has reminded students that they can access learning material and gain access to their exam timetable online on the Unisa myLife student portal. 

How To View Unisa Timetable:

Once you have entered your Module codes, you will be given your examination timetable. 

Students are urged to read their timetable carefully, as no account of misreading examination dates or times will be considered as a reason for granting admission to supplementary examinations.

In addition, candidates have also been advised to prepare for their online examinations against planned loadshedding schedules.


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Students at South Africa’s largest university will begin their mid-year examinations later this month. The university has provided these students with a guide to rules and regulations to ensure they are adequately prepared. 




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