Unisa Examination Timetables To Be Released

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Unisa is set to commence their May/June examination period soon. The University has announced the release of the examination timetables for students. 

Unisa students are set to start their May/June examination period soon. These exams will be done electronically. 

Unisa has released the following statement concerning the release of final examination timetables:

Final examination timetables for the May/June 2020 exam period to be e-mailed to students over the weekend of 16 to 17 May 2020.

The examination timetable information on myUnisa will be temporarily unavailable from Thursday 14 May to Sunday 17 May 2020 while the new May/June 2020 online examination information is loaded.

Qualifying students will receive their final May/June 2020 examination timetable letters via their myLife e-mail accounts over the course of the weekend of 16 to 17 May 2020.

Read our article, 'Unisa Students Will Use App To Write Exams' here

 


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