Unisa Exams; All information in regards to Unisa examinations are all available on this page. As a student of Unisa, please reading through the following details in order for you to know the “do’s and don’ts ” of the examinations.
When to Prepeare for Exams?
In fact, preparation for your examinations begins on the first day you start studying for a module.
At the time of registration, all students will have a provisional examination timetable available to ensure that they are able to make an informed decision. On the Unisa website are the examination dates for all modules.
The examination fee shall be included in the module fee and no additional fee shall be payable in respect of the first opportunity of the student’s examination, except if the examination is written at an examination centre in a foreign country. However, extra fees may be payable for supplemental, aegrotat or deferred examinations.
Language of Examinations
All examinations will be provided in English and/or Afrikaans, with the exception of examinations in a language module.
Pass mark and Distinction
For most modules, the pass mark is 50%. A qualification passed with distinction is when;
- a students completes all modules
- passes all final level modules at the first attempt
- achieved an overall qualification average of 75%.
Remarking and Rechecking an Examination Answer Script
Only those students in a study unit who get 35% -49% or 68% -74% will apply for a review from such an examination script. All students may apply to have the university recheck their examination answer scripts. The fee charged for the rechecking process will be refund if as a result of the rechecking process the student obtains a higher score.
- posted to each student admitted to the examination
- available on the internet (http://www.unisa.ac.za/examresults)