Unisa First Semester Exams Commence Today

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Students at Unisa have had to put their thinking caps on extra tight today as they begin their first semester exams. Unisa exams are done fully online.


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Unisa students are starting their first semester examinations on Friday. Students at Unisa are however lucky as their examinations are fully done online.

This examination period will come to an end on 31 May.

Unisa had the following message for students:

Unisa would like to wish all our students the best with the upcoming examinations.

Students will use the myExams platform to access their question papers by clicking on your module code on the day of your examination. 

Unisa students also have to use a proctoring tool so that the University can monitor whether students are cheating or not. A proctoring tool requires students to have a working camera on their laptop, computer or smartphone. This tool verifies the student’s identity during the examination suing the camera of the device.

Incarcerated students, as well as students living with disabilities, are however exempted from proctoring.

Students should make use of their mobile browsers and not the Unisa myModules app and were also urged to download and register on the Invigilator App a day prior to their examinations.

Students experiencing technical challenges should contact Unisa on 080 000 1870 or via email at [email protected].

 

 


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