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UNISA Reveals When Your Exam Results Will Be Withheld

UNISA Reveals When Your Exam Results Will Be Withheld

UNISA Reveals When Your Exam Results Will Be Withheld. Many students at South Africa’s largest university have experienced the withholding of their exam marks in recent months. The University of South Africa (Unisa) has outlined specific circumstances under which this measure will be taken, providing crucial guidance for students to ensure the integrity of the examination process.

Reasons for Withheld Results

If students neglect to utilize the prescribed proctoring tools or fail to prepare their devices through a mock examination, Unisa may withhold their exam results. Proctoring tools, which are online invigilating tools, are essential for upholding the integrity of examinations. Students must connect to a smartphone, laptop, or desktop with a functional camera during their exams.

Not Submitting Invigilation Results

Marks may be withheld if students do not upload invigilation or proctoring results within 48 hours or ignore notifications for Invigilator App reminders. It is crucial for students to promptly upload Invigilator proctoring results and configure notification settings on the app to receive timely reminders.

Exiting Invigilator Application And Using Cell Phones

Engaging in non-exam-related phone activities, exiting or minimizing the Invigilator App for a total of 10 minutes, or not activating flight mode during invigilation may lead to withheld marks. Any use of cell phones for activities such as answering calls, messaging, internet browsing, or social media during exams will result in students being flagged and their marks being withheld.

Providing Unrecognizable Proctoring Images

Submitting unrecognizable proctoring images or failing to provide typed responses for Turnitin-elected modules can also lead to withheld marks. Students are prohibited from submitting canned handwritten scripts or scanned typed scripts. Providing proctoring images that are unclear or lack a full facial image during examination sessions will result in withheld marks.

Listening To Music Or Utilizing Audio-To-Text Software

Without proper declaration, listening to audio or utilizing audio-to-text software during exams may result in withheld marks.

Conclusion

Unisa concludes that marks will be withheld for students identified for disciplinary action due to academic misconduct during examinations. It is imperative for students to adhere to these guidelines to avoid any disruptions to their examination results. Understanding and following the specified procedures regarding proctoring tools, invigilation results submission, phone usage, image clarity, and audio-related activities is crucial for a smooth examination process and the timely release of results.

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