UNISA Moves Exams After Website Crash


Unisa has decided rescheduled some exams. This comes after the exam system was unavailable for students who were scheduled to write exams on Thursday. 

Exams that were affected by the system problems that UNISA experienced yesterday have now been postponed to Saturday 20 June 2020. 

In addition to this, UNISA has said all exams will be written at the same time, except for PVL1501, which will be written at 16:00 on Saturday 20 June 2020.

"All portfolio examinations that started prior to Thursday 11 June 2020 and were due to be submitted on Thursday 11 June 2020 may now be submitted until 16:00 on Friday 12 June 2020.

Students writing examinations for the following modules must please follow the instructions as provided by your lecturers via e-mail: LJU4802, APM3701 and MAT2612."

UNISA has thanked all students for their patience while they tried to resolve the system issues.




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