https //my Portal : Timetable for MAY/JUNE 2024 Examinations

https //my Portal : Timetable for MAY/JUNE 2024 Examinations

Login with your student myLife email address and myUnisa password at Click on a date to view a list of module codes. Click on the module code to access the examination platform.

Unisa is known as a provider of fair and equitable access to higher education opportunities. Flowing from its social responsibility to address past inequalities, Unisa has an application and selection process that effectively addresses historical imbalances without sacrificing quality standards.

It is that time of the year and we are ready to commence with the MAY/JUNE 2024 Examinations online examination period which will start on 2 October 2023. We wish all our students well as they prepare for the MAY/JUNE 2024 Examinations online examinations.

As you prepare, please follow the steps below to ensure that you are ready for the online examinations:


Check your examination timetable

It is important that you know ahead of time when your module will be written.

Examination timetable



Access your examination question paper

To access your examination question paper, visit the myExams platform.

Login to myExams

Access the Student Exam Guide


Prepare for online invigilation/proctoring

It’s equally important to determine and prepare for the proctoring tool that will be utilised for your examination.

Resources for Online Invigilation and Proctoring


Assistance for students with special needs

We have prepared resources for students with special needs, students who are differently abled and for those who are unable to write examination on religious days.

Resources for students with special needs


Training webinars and resources to help you prepare for the exams

We have prepared an extensive list of training webinars, live troubleshooting, guidelines and videos that will help you to prepare adequately for your exams.

Training schedules


Familiarise yourself with the do’s and don’ts of the online examination rules

Read the October/November 2023 online examination rules  thoroughly to familiarise yourself with the do’s and don’ts prior to your examination sitting.


Test your device by participating in mock examinations

Familiarise yourself with the online examination experience by completing the mock examinations prior to your official examination sitting.

Do the mock exam here: ADOVH001


Don’t cheat!

Unisa has a zero tolerance for plagiarism and cheating during online examinations. Understand what it means.

Rules around plagiarism and cheating


Troubleshooting technical issues before you start the exam

This includes the chatbot, scanning handwritten documents, compressing file sizes, corrupt files, resetting your password and more.

Technical resources for online exams

This process promotes focused attention towards improved student support, and the alignment of our new student intake with the available academic capacity and required infrastructure to maximise all students’ chances of success.

What does the selection process entail?

  • At the heart of the selection process is a calculation of your individual points score, which takes into account your final Grade 12 marks and other key factors such as the school you attended, and your gender, socio-economic group, race, and so on.
  • Before submitting an application, please check whether you meet the statutory and college-specific admission requirements, and the required academics points score (APS) for your chosen qualification(s). The minimum APS score differs from college to college, and from qualification to qualification. Please refer to each qualification for the admission requirements.
  • It is important to note that you will not automatically be accepted to study through Unisa in 2022. Students will be accommodated on the basis of the number of spaces available for each qualification.

The application process

  • You may apply for a maximum of two qualifications, ranked in order of preference (although you may only register for one should both of your qualifications be successful).
  • Unisa will inform you of the outcome of your application. If successful, Unisa will indicate for which qualification you have been accepted and will offer you a space for the period for which you have applied (ie semester 1).
  • You must accept or decline Unisa’s offer within the prescribed period of time. If you miss this deadline, Unisa will withdraw the offer and give your space to another applicant.
  • First-time applicants to Unisa will be required to complete the First-Year Experience (FYE) MOOC (massive open online course) before being able to accept Unisa’s offer.
  • You may only accept one offer. This means that when you accept an offer for one qualification (irrespective of whether it is your first or second qualification of choice), the other offer will automatically fall away.
  • If you accept Unisa’s offer, you must register for the period for which you have been granted admission. Should you not register for the relevant semester of study, you will need to re-apply for admission during the next application period.

Who must apply?

  • Everyone wanting to start a new qualification must apply for admission. This includes first-time Unisa applicants and Unisa students changing to a new qualification and / or specialisation.
  • If you are completing a higher certificate, you must apply for admission if you want to continue with further undergraduate studies.
  • You must re-apply for admission if you previously applied for admission and were offered a space, but did not accept the offer and / or did not register for any reason.
  • Everyone planning to enrol for classes at a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college under the Unisa-TVET agreement must apply for admission.