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loud_Ratha

06-05-2009, 01:52 PM

Hey everybody! I dunno if anyone else on here goes through Unisa in anyway. But i found a site that has past papers. If i had found this site a bit earlier, say like 2 years ago, maybe i wouldn have struggled so hard.

I could be wrong in saying that it only offers papers for Bcom and LLB students. but im sure you could just search for them.
Linky Link Link (http://www.studynoteswiki.com)

Hope this helps... Good Luck for exams...

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dammit

06-05-2009, 06:00 PM

Generally, the questions in your assignment and in the study guide reappear in your exams. It's rare to be surprised by a question if you've revised properly. UNISA also doesn't allow for sharing of their papers for this reason, they just reuse their papers every few years.

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Cloud_Ratha

06-05-2009, 09:12 PM

I know, but in my experience Unisa likes to ask questions that are neither in your study guide or you prescribed text books. Im not saying follow it religiously, im using them as a guideline. Besides, very seldom can you get official answers.

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dammit

06-05-2009, 09:30 PM

I know, but in my experience Unisa likes to ask questions that are neither in your study guide or you prescribed text books. Im not saying follow it religiously, im using them as a guideline. Besides, very seldom can you get official answers.

I suppose I'm talking from a BA perspective where everything is a repetition of the study guides and assignments. Guess the departments work differently.

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GeometriX

06-05-2009, 11:27 PM

I did most of a BCom through UNISA and I'd say at least 60% of the questions in my exams were direct repeats from the textbooks, study guides or past papers - especially for the comparatively less flexible subjects like Com Law and Accounting. I can't really comment on third year though, that's about when I lost interest ;)

With that in mind, this is a great find, Cloud_Ratha. I could have used this a few years ago. Even without official answers printing out a few of these and mulling over them in a study group is going to go a long way to properly prepare students for the exams, especially when combined with the study guides (but that should be a given).

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Cloud_Ratha

07-05-2009, 01:14 AM

I did most of a BCom through UNISA and I'd say at least 60% of the questions in my exams were direct repeats from the textbooks, study guides or past papers - especially for the comparatively less flexible subjects like Com Law and Accounting. I can't really comment on third year though, that's about when I lost interest ;)

With that in mind, this is a great find, Cloud_Ratha. I could have used this a few years ago. Even without official answers printing out a few of these and mulling over them in a study group is going to go a long way to properly prepare students for the exams, especially when combined with the study guides (but that should be a given).

I agree 100%. Just over half the papers are straight from study guides, tutorial letters, and assignments. But the always throw in a question that is nowhere to be found in ur books. This is where this comes in handy as you can see what applied indepth understandin type questions they ask! I start exams on the 12th, so it was good timing to stumble upon this :)

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Dakota

11-05-2009, 11:32 AM

Ooh, well my first exam is on the 15th and its my programming language, it’s good to hear that most of the questions come from the...
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