Mid-year examinations will soon get underway at tertiary education institutions around South Africa. The country’s largest university has provided students with a guide to ensure their success in the upcoming examinations.
The University of South Africa (Unisa) has called on students to familiarise themselves with the university’s examination protocols and timetable as they prepare for the upcoming mid-year examinations.
These protocols may differ depending on the module a student is enrolled in.
May/June 2023 examination season will start soon. All the best with your assessment preparation.
The May/June examinations will get underway next month and students have been encouraged to familiarise themselves with their examination timetable. This will ensure they know when they are writing their examinations and allow them to prepare their study schedules.
Students may view the examination dates for their models using the university’s examination timetable tool. Students will be required to submit their module codes into the request and select “Display” to view their timetable.
Unisa reminded students using the examination timetable tool that any invalid module codes will be ignored.
Students enrolled in modules that require assessments such as continuous assessments, portfolios and research reports, which are not listed in the examination timetable are encouraged to visit the myAdmin portal.
We wish all our students the best with your May/June 2023 assessment preparation.
Unisa uses an Open Distance e-Learning (ODeL) mode of study. This means that classes and examinations take place online. There are several actions students should take when preparing for the Unisa examinations.