Assignments – how do they work at Together We Pass?
Do you worry when your assignments are due? Not sure you are on the right track, and did not understand a number of the questions?
Now TWP can help.
- Compare your MCQ assignments in our assignment tool with other students doing your subjects
- NO ONE can copy your answers!! So this is cheat free!
- See who agrees with your answer
- Discuss questions where answers differ wildly
- Discuss questions where you do not understand how others got their answers
This is the most effective way to ensure:
- You improve your understanding of the course content
- You get a better understanding of how to approach UNISA MCQs for exams
- You improve your marks!
Great stuff! You are halfway to signing up for Together We Pass’s UNISA assignments. All you need to do is register for an UNISA online study group. Register by course code.
What are Together We Pass UNISA assignments?
Together We Pass offers UNISA assignments for all students enrolled in that course (MCQ only at this stage). Here you can test your metal and see how you are doing compared to other students. You can also have question by question discussions with your fellow students to make sure you understand each one. That means you learn from each other and can use the comparisons as a barometer for your studies.
You have successfully signed up for our UNISA assignments. Well done! You are well on your way to acing those UNISA exams!
Get started by clicking on the relevant course code below:
If you’re not sure how to use the assignments above check the FAQ section or contact us directly and we will do our best to walk you through the process:
Phone: 021 958 2567
How we Avoid Cheating in UNISA Assignments
In order for you to access the group answers and discussions you have to first submit your own. If you are unsure of a question and come back later – but remember you wont see everyone’s answers until you come back and input yours. Simple, effective and cheat free!
How do I sign up for UNISA assignments?
The first thing you need to do is register for a course. Once you’ve registered, you will be able to join in on assignment comparisoins, discussions and be able to access the library of resources we have available for you. We look forward to seeing you in the groups!