Unisa successfully hosts its first day of online examination

 The university is proud to announce that the first day of examinations has gone well in the midst of protest action. Students have acclimatised to the University online environment which contributes to the advancement of our students’ digital skills required within the 4iR era. Our staff members have equally shown commitment and resilience in ensuring institutional readiness for the May/June 2022 online examinations.

As we spearhead our digital strategy as a Comprehensive Open Distance e-Learning Institution we encourage our students to continuously prepare for their online examinations.

Students can follow our Step by step guide and visit the Essential tips for taking online examination webpage for additional resources that will assist in their preparation for the May/June 2022 examination sittings.

This includes information about:

  • Student guides
  • Invigilation and proctoring tools
  • Student Exam Webinar Training Schedule
  • Special examination arrangements
  • Examination rules
  • MOOC Basic Skills for Online Assessments (myExams)
  • Student Exam Video Tutorials
  • Technical resources such as how to reset your password etc.
  • Rules around plagiarism and cheating
  • Contact information

Students are encouraged to participate in mock examinations to prepare themselves for the exams. Click here

The Unisa Management Committee thanks all staff and students who contributed to the preparation and sittings of the May/June online examinations.

Publish date: 2022/05/13