TUT Past Papers

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TUT Past Papers

TUT Past Papers; Student past papers

Welcome to the TUT examination site. We provide service to students regarding scheduled examinations. The two major examinations take place in June and November respectively. In addition, they provide information on supplementary and deferred examinations. Examinations are held at different campuses and venues across the University.

By reviewing past exams, students can understand the test format and content, practice answering questions under exam conditions and identify areas where they need improvement. Using previous papers as a study aid allows students to assess their understanding of the subject and track their progress over time.

For easy access, you can browse our archive to find old question papers. kindly be aware that these papers are provided as scanned PDF files only.


You can find past papers from Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) on the university’s website or via its online library. To access past papers on the TUT website, follow these steps:

  • Please visit the TUT website at www.tut.ac.za.
  • On the top menu, select the “Current Students” tab.
  • From the drop-down option, choose “Examinations”.
  • You can access “Past Exam” by clicking on the link under the “Examinations” section.
  • To retrieve the available past exams for your program and study year, click the link.

As an alternative, the TUT online library also provides access to old exams. Follow these steps to do so:

  • Visit the library.tut.ac.za website of the TUT library.
  • Select “Databases” from the top menu tabs.
  • From the list of databases, choose “Past Exam Papers”.
  • To access the past papers available for your program and year of study, enter your TUT login information.

It should be noted that not all old papers may be accessible online; some may only be available through the physical collection of the library.

How to Make the Most of TUT Past Papers

  • Start Early:

Begin using TUT past papers as early as possible in your study schedule to give yourself ample time to review and practice.

  • Organize Your Study Sessions:

Allocate specific times dedicated to working on past papers, and make sure to cover a variety of topics and question types to ensure comprehensive preparation.

  • Review and Reflect:

After completing each paper, take the time to review your answers, identify mistakes, and understand the reasoning behind the correct answers. This will help you learn from your mistakes and improve your understanding of the subject matter.

  • Seek Feedback:

If possible, have a teacher, tutor, or peer review your answers and provide feedback on areas where you can improve.

Accessing Past Exam Papers

Do you intend to study for your test or exam? Utilize the internet archive to access prior exam papers and gain an advantage over your competitors. Previous exam papers won’t be kept in myTUTor.


Online examination papers are available at:
The link is available as a Widget on your myTUTor homepage.

Additionally, students should refer to their course materials and lecture notes and ask their lecturers for clarification if they have any questions or concerns.


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