Online Simulated Enem is available from todayEvidence can be accessed until the 20h of the day 3 July.
Since today (25), students from around the country will be able to free simulated the National High School Exam (one), in Time platform Enem. Evidence can be accessed until the 20h of the day 3 July.
Any party who is preparing for the Enem may participate. Basta register on the site. The public school students who do not have internet access can make simulated in your own school, between the days 27 June and 1 July. In addition to checking the note immediately after the test, the student may also check that could reach cut-off grade for the course or desired university.
Time to register, the student informs that seeks to Enem. The platform then available a study plan so you can achieve the goal. The result of the simulated ENEM show how is the student's performance in relation to the course you want to do.
This is the second simulated online. More of 710 thousand students from around the country made the national first simulated Enem Time, held from 30 April and 1 May, and repeated between days 7 e 8 of May. At least 85% of the students who took the test study in the public school system. At least two more will be made until the date of Enem, planned for the day 13 August and 8 e 9 of October. The final exam will be in the same format Enem and will have two-day. There will be simulated newsroom.
Carried out in partnership between the Ministry of Education (GUY), the Industry Social Service (Session) and the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research (INEP), Enem Time offers registered students a personalized study platform. In addition to test your knowledge in simulated, students have access to tools such as leveling tests on different materials, video classes, exercises commented on by teachers and ability to create a schedule of online studies.
Developed by Geekie Games, the platform is also available on Google Play for download on Android smartphones.
The Enem of 2016 will be in days 5 e 6 from November. 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. For more people 18 years, Enem can be used as a high school certification.