TUT Exit Exam

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TUT Exit Exam

TUT Exit Exam:

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Exit Exam is a crucial milestone for students nearing the completion of their academic programs. Designed to assess students’ knowledge, skills, and competencies in their respective fields of study, the exit exam serves as a comprehensive evaluation tool that determines their readiness for graduation. In this article, we will delve into the intricacies of the TUT Exit Exam, offering valuable insights and tips to help students prepare effectively and achieve success.

Exit Examination is an examination that may be undertaken under certain conditions by a final-year student who requires a maximum of one subject (excluding Work-Integrated Learning (WIL)) to qualify for the qualification. The application is subject to approval by the Registrar or his/her designate, based on the examination rules and regulations. ​

Exit Exam Preparation

Preparing for the TUT Exit Exam requires careful planning, dedication, and a systematic approach. Here are some tips to help you prepare effectively:

  • Understand the Exam Syllabus: Familiarize yourself with the exam syllabus and identify key topics and concepts that are likely to be covered in the exam.
  • Create a Study Schedule: Develop a study schedule that allocates sufficient time for reviewing course materials, practising sample questions, and revising key concepts.
  • Utilize Resources: Take advantage of available resources such as textbooks, lecture notes, online tutorials, and study guides to supplement your learning and reinforce your understanding of the subject matter.
  • Practice Past Exam Papers: Practicing past exam papers is an excellent way to familiarize yourself with the exam format, test your knowledge, and identify areas that require further review.
  • Seek Support: Don’t hesitate to seek assistance from your professors, tutors, or classmates if you encounter any difficulties or have questions about the exam content.
Students Rules and Regulations, Part 1 of the Prospectus: 
Supporting Documentation:​
  • ​Proof of payment (prescribed fees are indicated on the application)
​Applications should​ reach Student Services, on the campus of your registration, or via email, before the closing date published on the University’s Core Calendar. Applications submitted after the closing date will NOT be considered.

Tips for Exit Exam Day

On the day of the TUT Exit Exam, it’s essential to remain calm, focused, and confident. Here are some tips to help you perform your best on exam day:

  • Arrive Early: Make sure to arrive at the exam venue early to allow sufficient time for registration, finding your seat, and reviewing any last-minute notes.
  • Read Instructions Carefully: Before starting the exam, carefully read all instructions and guidelines provided to ensure that you understand the requirements and format of the exam.
  • Manage Your Time: Pace yourself throughout the exam and allocate time wisely to each section or question. Don’t spend too much time on difficult questions; move on and come back to them later if time permits.
  • Stay Calm and Focused: If you feel anxious or overwhelmed during the exam, take a few deep breaths, and remind yourself to stay calm, focused, and confident.
Application forms as well as proof of payment may be forwarded to the person responsible for your Faculty. Forms completed incorrectly or not completed in full will not be considered, please take your time to complete the form correctly may be
Banking details:​
Bank: ABSA
Account holder: Tshwane University of Technology​
Account number: 04 000 000 3
Type of account: Cheque
Branch Code: 632005
Reference: Student number (B102/0125)
Amount payable: Please refer to the application form below​

​Students Rules and Regulations, IMPORTANT DATES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR.


Please Note:

  1. Proof of payment should be attached. (R192.00 per subject).
  2. The application should be submitted to Student Services, at the faculty you are registered, on or before the closing date for applications as published in Part 1 of the University’s current Prospectus, on your examination results, on the notice boards and the TUT web page. No late applications will be accepted.
  3. The exit examination will be conducted during the period published in Part 1 of the University’s current Prospectus.
  4. It is the responsibility of the applicant/student to confirm if the application was approved within 5 working days after the closing date for applications and to obtain a personal examination timetable at Student Services two working days before the commencement of the exit examination.

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