On the institute's portal, it is possible to access tests and templates from previous editions, as well as video tests in Libras.
Nov 19, Brasilia: Two months before the National High School Exam (Enem) 2020, participants can access various contents to prepare for this edition of the exam. Responsible for the application of Enem, the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep) provides a series of materials that support the studies of those who will take the tests.
The exam is scheduled for January 17 and 24, 2021 (printed version) and January 31 and February 7, 2021 (digital version). Altogether, 5,783,357 registrations were confirmed for Enem 2020. Of this total, 5,783,357 correspond to those enrolled in the printed version of the exam, while 96,086 people chose to do the digital version.
Through the Videoprova Platform in Libras, it is still possible to access all questions from the tests passed in Brazilian Sign Language. The Participant's Primer, with guidance on writing, also has a version aimed at the deaf community that has Libras as their first language. Participants can access the material through Inep's YouTube channel.
In all, 52,598 people requested, in general, some kind of specialized assistance for Enem 2020. Of this total, 1,353 declared to be deaf and 2,487 reported having a hearing impairment.
Among the channels of information about the exam, there is the Enem application, which gathers registration data, schedule and alerts, in addition to allowing the participant to check the test location and, after the exam, have access to the template and the result. In the application, the participant can take a mock exam.
On the Enem website, you can check the schedule, tips for before, during and after the test, in addition to having to access to space with frequently asked questions about the exam. In the Enem System, the participant can also access a variety of information from the moment of registration until the disclosure of results. The Enem page, on the Inep portal, gathers all the exam legislation, in addition to other documents.
Promoted annually by Inep since 1998, the National High School Exam evaluates school performance at the end of basic education. The exam structure has an essay and 45 questions in each test in the four areas of knowledge: languages, codes and their technologies; human sciences and their technologies; natural sciences and their technologies; and mathematics and its technologies.
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