With the year fast approaching its halfway period, the May/June exam period is on the horizon at the University of South Africa (Unisa). With this in mind, it seems that doubling down on your preparation would be the most logically sound course of action.
Fortunately for you, the university has the required online resources and tips for you to prepare for your exams. Here are a few of them that may be of interest and most importantly, useful to you.
Basic Exam Information:
Ensure that you have:
- Received your examination timetable for May/June 2022 and indicated the dates and times that apply to you on the Examination schedule tool (unisa.ac.za)
- Proctoring tools have been identified as being relevant to your module(s).
- Prior to your examination, read the May/June 2022 online examination rules.pdf (unisa.ac.za) thoroughly to familiarise yourself with the Dos and Don'ts.
- Tested your access to examinations question papers on https://myexams.unisa.ac.za/portal/.
- Accessed a stable internet connection and camera on a dependable desktop/laptop/mobile device. Instead of using the Unisa myModules app, students should use their mobile browsers.
Examination training sessions
Regarding exam training sessions, the university further stated that attending the training webinars and blast sessions (troubleshooting sessions) listed on this link is recommended: Schedule download.
In terms of any further preparation, Unisa also recommends that you ensure that your myUnisa login credentials are valid: Refer to this link for guidance: Access MyExams Portal. Prepare for your online exams by comparing load-shedding schedules.
Unisa has also advised students to direct any further related queries to the following contact details:
- Toll Free Landline: 0800 00 1870 or Get help: Student communication center or
- Email: [email protected] as well [email protected].
Students can also contact Unisa through its social media platforms: