Students have until today to sign up for Enem

The tests will be applied in the days 5 e 6 from November.
20/05/2016 07h48 - Updated 20/05/2016 07h48
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Today (20) It is the last day for students to enroll in the National High School Exam (one). The deadline is 23:59, GMT, and entries are made via Internet, in Enem site. The tests will be applied in the days 5 e 6 from November.

At enrollment, o participante deve ter em mãos o CPF, o número do documento de identidade e informar um endereço de e-mail. Deve informar se necessita de algum atendimento específico ou especializado e se é sabatista – those who, by religious conviction, keep the Sabbath, reserving the day for rest and prayer.

It is also the description that the student informs you want to use the result of the Enem for high school certification. For this, you must have 18 years old by the first day of the exam tests.

Registration is confirmed only after payment of the fee of $ 68. The deadline for this to be done is until 21h59, GMT, day 25. Are exempt from the fee the graduating high school students in public schools and low-income participants.

One new feature this year is that the student can pay the application fee at any branch, lottery home or post office.

Aqueles que obtiveram isenção no Enem de 2015, não compareceram aos dois dias de provas, mas pretendem pedir nova isenção, devem justificar a ausência, conforme previsto em edital. Haverá campo específico para o esclarecimento no próprio sistema de inscrição.

Note the Enem is used in the selection for vacancies in public institutions, through the Unified Selection System (content), scholarships in private higher education through the University for All Program (ProUni) and free vacancies in technical courses offered by Unified Selection System of Vocational and Technological Education (Sisutec).

The test result is also requirement to receive the benefit of the Student Financing Fund (Fies) and participate in the Science Without Borders Program.

Source: Agency Brazil

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