Unisa May/June Exams To Soon Commence

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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 ensure they are adequately prepared for the examinations. 


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The University of South Africa (Unisa) is calling on their students to begin preparing for the upcoming May/June examination season. The university released their 2023 May/June examination dates last week and are encouraging students to familiarise themselves with the examination protocols.

Unisa students are set to begin their midyear examinations soon and for many students it will be the first time they participate in Unisa examinations. Due to the universities’ status as a distance learning institution, their examinations are different to other universities in South Africa.

Unisa uses an Open Distance e-Learning (ODeL) mode of study. This means that classes and examinations take place online.

To prepare for online examinations, students have been encouraged to follow this guide as they prepare for the upcoming examinations.

Tips To Prepare For Unisa Examinations

  1. One of the most important things to consider when preparing for examinations is knowing when the examination will take place. The university created the Unisa timetable tool which students can use to find out when their exams are taking place. 
  2. Students are encouraged to test their access on the myExams platform before your examinations start. This is done by clicking on your module code on the day of your examination. All examination question papers are available on the myExams platform.
  3. Know which proctoring tool you are required to use for your examination. 
  4. Complete the mock examinations offered by Unisa to prepare for your examination. 
  5. Don't Plagiarise. Students are reminded that Unisa has a zero tolerance policy for plagiarism and cheating for online examinations. 
  6. Ensure our computer/mobile/laptop is reliable and has access to a stable internet connection. Students are advised to download their invigilator application/proctoring tool a day before their examinations. 
  7. Know your loadshedding schedule. 

Students who encounter technical challenges can contact Unisa’s student enquiries on 080 000 1870 or via email at [email protected]. Alternatively, students can access Unisa’s Get Help Resources for a list of additional contact numbers.

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