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As the year is close to coming to an end, institutions of learning across the country prepare for their final examinations. With Covid-19 as part of our day-to-day life, education challenges continue to haunt UNISA students. 

Are you preparing to write your final exams at Unisa? Below you will find some ideas for exam “dos and don’ts” and actions you can take if anything goes wrong during the exam.

University of South Africa (UNISA) has released a statement on its website strongly condemning the fraud and dishonesty that some of their students get up to during examinations. 

Unisa has announced that their examination period will be starting earlier than planned and will end later. Students will write all their exams online.

Unisa has made announcements concerning it's upcoming exams. Students might remember, not fondly, that this year's exams will be a bit different than previous years.

All Universities are now having to make many changes and adjustments after President Cyril Ramaphosa Level 4 lockdown anouncement. Unisa has now released a statement where various changes for Unisa students are outlined.

The University of South Africa better known to many by its acronym Unisa is one of South Africa's biggest university. It is also the largest Open Distance Learn And below here are some of the benefits that come with studying through the university.

Unisa has allocated a single examination period for the 2021 academic year. The exams will mostly take place online to accommodate for the Covid-19 restrictions. 

The Unisa examinations will be taking place over a single period at the end of the year. Unisa has communicated with regards to the exam timetable and has announced that all exams will be online. 

Unisa exam remarking applications are closing soon, so if you are unsatisfied with your results apply now. If you are struggling with how to apply or wondering whether or not you qualify we have all the answers here. 

Unisa has announced that due to various delays, they have now made some changes to the academic calendar. They have also shifted a few things with tuition and assessments.

Unisa has stepped up and provided clarity after many students bashed the University management for the changes made to the academic calendar. Unisa also received backlash for their decision to accept fewer first-time entering students in 2021 and has now responded to this as well.

Thousands of Unisa students have started a petition and are against the University saying that they will only have one registration period and one examination period for the 2021 academic year. These decisions are due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the effect it has on the education sector.

Unisa's 2021 academic year will commence in March 2021 and they therefore had to make some changes to ensure that all students are able to successfully complete the 2021 academic year. This included declaring that there will only be one examination period for 2021.

Employees of UNISA marched in order to have their grievances on the dissatisfaction of the University's administration heard. Workers have said that the University is exploiting them and that they did not expect this from an institution as large as UNISA.

Unisa has announced that they will be making changes to the October/November 2020 examination timetable. This comes after the University completed their first semester online examination period which did not come without it's own bumps and delayed side effects such as with the release of results.

Unisa students have completed their May/June examination period. The University has now started releasing exam results. 

Unisa has seen a lot of hiccups since their examination period started end of June. They have now made many changes and have also provided more instructions for students to have a swifter exam experience online. 

Due to technical glitches and postponements that have happened, Unisa is working on a solution for students who could not write their exams in the past two weeks. They have also made a further announcement concerning exam dates.

Unisa has started their exams but students have been experiencing glitches and last minute postponements. Unisa's Deputy Dean of Education, Veronica Mckay spoke to Radio 702 on how Unisa handles these issues as well as what further moves Unisa is making.