Gates Are Already Open For The First Day of the Enem Race

The gates are already open for the first day of the Enem test (National High School Exam). Candidates have until 1:00 pm, Brasília time, to access the exam site. The application starts at 1:30 pm across the country.

All participants must, as safety measures against Covid-19, wear a mask covering the nose and mouth while at the test site and maintain a distance of 1.5m to avoid crowding.

The gates will close promptly at 1pm. The test starts at 1:30 pm throughout Brazil and will last for 5:30 am for candidates to answer 90 language and human science questions and write an essay. In this edition, the theme will be the same for both printed and digital Enem and, in both modalities, the text must be handwritten. Therefore, it is mandatory to bring a black ink ballpoint pen made of transparent material.

From 6:30 pm onwards, participants will be able to leave the test site with the notebook of questions, and the test will end at 19:00.

Next Sunday (28), candidates will have until 6:30 pm to answer 90 questions, 45 in mathematics and 45 in natural sciences (chemistry, physics and biology).

All participants must wear a mask covering the nose and mouth. Inep recommends that the candidate take a reserve mask for any eventuality. It is worth taking alcohol in gel and keeping a minimum distance of 1.5m as a way to prevent Covid-19. Students who show symptoms of Covid or any illness described in the notice must not go to the test site. Inep advises the candidate to request the re-application of the exam via the Participant’s Page.

The Enem organization only accepts black ink ballpoint pen made of transparent material. The tip is to take at least two, in case one fails when filling out the answer card. No pencils, erasers or cases.

On the day of the exams, it is mandatory to bring an original and official document with a photo. The following are accepted: RG (Identity Card), CNH (National Driver’s License), work card or passport (for foreigners). In case of loss or theft of any official document, the participant must present proof that he requested the duplicate or the BO (Incident Bulletin).

The participant cannot take any type of electronic equipment or watch. The cell phone must be kept and turned off any sound signal will disqualify the candidate.

The Enem will be applied on November 21st and 28th to more than 3 million students across the country. On the first day of the test, participants will take the language, humanities and writing tests. In the second, mathematics and natural sciences.

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