Important matters to note during the May/June 2023 online examinations

Aligned with tightening examination processes to ensure academic integrity, students will now be given 30 minutes to upload their answer scripts for their written examinations on the official myExams platform and have only one submission opportunity for multiple-choice question examinations.

In addition, listening to audio (music) and utilising audio-to-text software has been strictly prohibited during your examination session, unless use of the software is related to a student’s  assistive device which has been declared. Listening to music, utilising such software and/or failing to declare the software is a transgression of Unisa’s examination rules and the student's marks will be withheld

If a student is found to have been outside the invigilator app for a total of 10 minutes during their examination session, they will be considered to have violated Unisa's examination rules and their marks will be withheld.

The use of Artificial Intelligence software (ChatGPT, etc) and online sources (Course Material) during your online examination session is strictly prohibited.

Any proctoring or invigilation images found to be unrecognizable, obscured, faint or not containing a full facial image will be deemed a transgression of Unisa's examination rule, and students’ marks will be withheld.

Publish date: 2023/05/02