Unisa Calls For Supplementary Exam Applicants To Be Patient

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Due to unmitigated circumstances which students experience throughout the year, many students resort to supplementary examinations. The University of South Africa (UNISA) is one of the institutions of higher learning whose students had the hardest academic year in 2021.


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The University of South Africa, also known as Unisa, has made an announcement through its website directed to its students who applied to write supplementary exams.

The statement also notes the Aegrotat applications and further said the Directorate Student Assessment Administration is currently dealing with a high volume of applications from students who were unable to write their October and November 2021 exams.

Unisa has urged students to be patient as they kindly request for time and space to process the applications.

The institution said the process of evaluation of applications is underway, including deferred modules for January and February 2022 examinations. Unisa confirmed that the evaluation process will be finalised soon.


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