After the largest examinastion in the University of South Africa’s (Unisa) history, students will be able to access their results as soon as it becomes available.
Unisa had recently conducted the largest examination in their history where 2 296 072 exams were written by students. As the end of the year looms on the horizon, Unisa has informed students who have not yet received their results that they will be able to access it as soon as it becomes available.
Around 85% of the university’s results have already been released. This equates to 1 851 662 examination results. The university expects all results to be published by 21 December 2021.
Unisa said, "The process of publishing results will continue overnight and over the weekend. Any outstanding results will be released as soon as each individual module is signed off to ensure that all marks are released timeously".
The University added that if students used the invigilator app and their results are being withheld, they must click HERE in order to resolve the issue.
Once results are published, the students’ academic record will be audited by the Directorate: Student Admissions and Registrations and the College of Graduate Studies. This is to ensure that the student qualifies for graduation.
Students who have completed their qualification by December 2021, but receive no notification by 28 February 2022, are urged to send an e-mail to [email protected]