My Exams Unisa is UNISA Online Examination Site. Not all UNISA modules are using this myExams platform. Some modules are using myUnisa to host the examination.
Your Examination Timetable will provide you with the relevant information. Click on the link next to each module code to see the guidelines for that module.
How to login to myExams
- Visit https://myexams.unisa.ac.za portal
- Click on the Login link in the top right-hand corner of the landing page.
- Enter your myUnisa login details.
Where is my Exams on Unisa?
The examination will take place on a dedicated platform called myExams. Go to myExams https://myexams.unisa.ac.za/portal and login using your myUnisa credentials (your student number and password).
How do I access my Exams Unisa?
To access my exams Unisa, go to myExams https://myexams.unisa.ac.za/portal. Log in with your student number and myUnisa password. Click on the name of the specific examination site through the site tabs on the horizontal navigation bar.
How does Unisa online exams work?
Online exams are taken on your own computer in your own home, however regular exam conditions and rules still apply. This means you must be in a room on your own with no unauthorized materials present.
Are Unisa exams multiple choice?
The examination paper is a CLOSED-BOOK paper with about 60% multiple choice questions and 40% written questions. The type of questions are similar (take note not the same) to those in unisa assignments.
Are Unisa exams open book?
Unisa’s open-book exam option is one of the methods in the university’s assessment policy that had been approved by all the relevant stakeholders.
How do I download my exam paper at Unisa?
You can download the examination question paper from the landing page of myUnisa. Click on the link. Log in with your student number and myUnisa password. Find your module code and download your exam question paper.
What happens if I fail a Unisa exam?
Unisa cannot be held liable for any examinations missed as a result of the aforementioned. Students will either have to apply for a deferment in terms of Rule 17 or re-register if the missed examination had been a second examination opportunity. The university will not make special exam arrangements in such cases.