Unisa: What Auto Submission Means On myExams

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The University of South Africa’s (Unisa) students have started with their mid-year 2022 examinations. It is important that students make sure that their answers to the exam questions have been properly submitted on the myExams portal.

 


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Unisa expects its students to familiarise themselves with the online examination rules before sitting for their exams. The university's myExams portal is not only used for writing exams but students are also able to access their study material, including their examination timetable.

It is advisable that students activate their device cameras and make use of a stable internet connection when writing their exams, especially when they are writing multiple-choice question (MCQ) exams. 

In a statement, the university has confirmed:

At the end of the MCQ exam session, the exam portal has a system that automatically submits your MCQ responses on your behalf.

To access examination question papers, students can find them on the university’s myExams platform. To test whether you have access before sitting for the exam, it’s best that you click on your module code on the day of your examination.

Students may adequately prepare themselves by watching training videos and reading through navigation guidelines on Unisa’s invigilation section.

It is important that students determine the proctoring tool that will be used for their exam by following the proctoring tool link and inserting their module code.

According to Unisa, the non-usage of proctoring tools will result in students’ marks being withheld unless exempted. For the Unisa exam proctoring tool guide, click here.

 


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