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Enem participants take tomorrow's math and natural science test - Education and Technology

Enem participants take tomorrow’s math and natural science test – Education and Technology

Exams will be applied to the registered candidates in both the hard copy and the digital version

The candidates are waiting for the race gates to open last week. (Photo: Markus Malouf)

The participants in the National Examination for Secondary Education (Enem) 2021 will submit tomorrow for the Mathematics and Natural Sciences (28) exams. The exams will be applied to the candidates registered in the hard copy and digital version of the exam. The questions will be the same in both ways. Campo Grande News - Real ContentCampo Grande News - Real Content

As in last Sunday’s race (21), a face mask must be worn. An identity document and a black ink pen made of transparent material are also mandatory items in the exam. In Digital Enem, answers are given on a computer, but participants are given a scratch paper to do the calculations manually, so a pen is also required.

On the first day of Enem, participants took language, humanities, and writing tests. In all, 74% of the 3.1 million applicants attended the test.

Enem printed at 11074 test sites in 1747 municipalities. In this method, more than 460 thousand people participate in the delivery of the exam, including state and municipal coordinators, presenters, copywriters and supervisors. On the other hand, the digital enemy is participating in the testing of more than 17 thousand people. The test will be conducted in this format at 831 test sites in 99 municipalities.

This will be the second sprint to be implemented this year, as the 2020 tests have been postponed due to the pandemic and ended up being implemented in January and February.

second day – On the second day of the test, participants will solve math and natural science questions. The exams contain 45 questions each. Gates open at 12 pm and close at 1 pm. Entry is not permitted after the gates are closed. Exams start at 1:30 pm and end at 6:30 pm. The time is Brasilia.

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Enem selects students for public higher education vacancies, through the Standardized Selection System (Sisu), for scholarships at private institutions, through the University for All (ProUni) program, and acts as a benchmark for the Student Fund (Fies). The results can also be used to enter Portuguese educational institutions that have an agreement with Inep.