Unisa Exam Past Papers (Unisa Old Exam Papers)
Past exam Question papers can be so helpful for students looking to prepare well for their coming examinations. It is recommended that students revise previous exam question papers so that they can understand how exam questions are asked and the best ways to solve/ answer the questions
University of South Africa Students often ask if the Library provides copies of previous Unisa examination question papers so that they can practice on old examination questions. The short answer is no, the Library does not keep old examination papers.
However, previous examination papers, usually for the preceding year, are made available for most courses on the student learning portal, myUnisa.
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If you have not yet done so, claim your free myLife email address and join myUnisa. You will need your course code (e.g. PVL3701) to look up the material available for your course. If any old examination papers have been made available for the course, you will find them there.
If no old examination papers have been made available for the course, you may contact the lecturer responsible for the course for advice.
Revising Unisa Past Exam Papers helps Students:
- Sharpens Your Skills. The more you practice with Unisa past exam questions, the more you sharpen your skills.
- Prepare You Psychologically.
- Enhances Your Time Management Skills.
- Helps You to Mark Out Your Weak Area.
- Helps You to Understand the Exam Questions Style.
Benefits of Studying Past Exam Papers
There are many benefits associated with using past Unisa exam papers including the following:
- Helps understand likely exam time length;
- Indicates the typical number of questions;
- Identifies the number of choices provided;
- It helps work out the time required for each question;
- Determines style of exam questions (short-answer, multiple choice or essays);
- Helps practice exam techniques;
- Helps identify key subject areas to focus on in revision.
One of the most important benefits of practising past papers is that it helps students to understand the most likely topics to be included in the exam. As most courses have a broad range of associated topics, looking over past papers will help save a lot of potential time wasted on subjects which are not likely to be on the paper thus making one’s revision much more efficient and productive.
If you have not used past exam papers before, I hope you can now see the value in using them during revision and exam preparation. Practising past exam papers helps to fine-tune key exam techniques and to refresh understanding of key phrases or terminology. It also helps in time management so that vital time is not wasted on unnecessary things while you are in the exam room.