Unisa Now Releasing 2021 Exam Results

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Unisa students are amongst students who did not have it easy during their examination due to unforeseen circumstances. This year saw the highest number of students writing the October/December 2021 exams in Unisa history.


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85% of examination results have been released thus far by the University of South Africa (Unisa). Unisa had one examination period for the whole year which lasted for three months from October until December.

This years’ examinations were tough as students encountered challenges such as load shedding and intermittent connection. However, a second chance for a re-write was granted to them.

For students to qualify for a re-write, they would have to have achieved between 45% and 49%.

This year, the university has made history of it hosting its largest examination with 2 296 072 exams written by students for the 2021 examination period.

Unisa is rushing against time to make sure that results are released timeously with results expected to be released by the 21st of December 2021.

As you know, mistakes might happen and there is an alternative for students whose marks are withheld, to follow this link to complete a form and submit.

Following this, an audit will be conducted on the final-year student's records by the Directorate: Student Admissions and Registrations and the College of Graduate Studies to verify that the qualification is complete.

This process will start after the official date of examination marks being made available on 17 December 2021.

In an event of a student having completed their qualification by December 2021, but receiving no notification by 28 February 2022, please send an e-mail to [email protected] for your query.

Students are advised to check their myLife e-mail account for feedback.

Click here to read the full announcement from Unisa.


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