The National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep) made available, this Tuesday, October 24th, the Registration Confirmation Card for the National High School Examination (Enem) 2023. The document is available on the Participant’s Page and It contains, among other information, the registration number, date, time and location of the test, in addition to noting that the registrant will have the right to specialized care or treatment using their social name, if applicable.
Although it is not mandatory, Inep recommends taking the card on exam days (November 5th and 12th). Check out the step-by-step guide to access and print the Registration Confirmation Card:
1 – The registrant must access the Participant Page and select the button “Participant Page – Enter with gov.br”.
2- Then, use your unique gov.br login and click “Continue”.
3 – On the Participant Page, on the left of the screen, click on “Test Location”.
4 – After the previous steps, click on the blue icon, presented by the virtual assistant (Test Location).
5 – Ready! The system will open the Registration Confirmation Card. To print, simply scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the “Print” button.
one – Enem assesses students’ academic performance at the end of basic education. Over more than two decades of existence, it has become the main gateway to higher education in Brazil, through the Unified Selection System (Sisu) and initiatives such as the University for All Program (Prouni).
Public and private educational institutions use Enem to select students. The results are used as a sole or complementary criterion for selection processes, in addition to serving as a parameter for access to government aid, such as that provided by the Student Financing Fund (Fies).
Individual Enem results can also be used in the selection processes of Portuguese institutions that have an agreement with Inep to accept exam scores. The agreements guarantee easy access to grades for Brazilian students interested in pursuing higher education in Portugal.
MEC Social Communication Advisory, with information from Inep
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