Around 3.9 million students across the country will participate from this Sunday (5) in the 2023 edition of the National High School Examination (Enem). To avoid problems that could even cause elimination, candidates must keep an eye on some important details, such as the location and time of the test.
The gates to the test sites open at 12pm, and close at 1pm. The tests start at 1:30 pm. Attention! All times are Brasilia times. Therefore, those who live in places with different time zones should use the time of the federal capital as a reference. Candidates must plan to arrive at the test locations in advance.
A consultation at the test site must be done in Participant Page on the official website of the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep), which organizes the exam. All registrants must check the venue, which will not be officially informed by other means.
Inep guarantees that all registrants take the tests in locations that are up to 30 kilometers from their residence. If this criteria has not been met, it will be possible to reschedule the test for December 12th and 13th. To do this, the Participant Page itself will make a specific page available for requests between December 13th and 17th.
It is not mandatory to take the Registration Confirmation Card, which has data such as registration number, dates, times and test locations and information about specialized assistance and/or social name, if applicable. The card is also available on the Participant Page. However, it is recommended to have a printed version of the document. To learn how to print, Click here.
On this 5th, the first day, students will take the tests on Languages, Codes and their Technologies and Writing and Human Sciences and their Technologies. The cutoff time is 7pm. On the 12th, the Natural Sciences and its Technologies and Mathematics and its Technologies exams will be administered, ending at 6:30 pm.
According to the notice, the official answer sheets for the Enem exams will only be released on November 24th, that is, after the second day of exams. Some websites and courses make corrections to the tests, but the answer sheets published are not the official ones.
Editing: Nicolau Soares
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