Candidates who were exempt from the 2020 National High School Examination (Enem) and did not show up on the exam date will have another chance to be exempted from the fee in the 2021 edition.
The National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inpe), responsible for organizing the exam, announced this Monday (13) that this group will specifically be able to enroll from 10 am this Tuesday (14), until 23:59 pm the 26th of this month.
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Candidates belonging to the segment may also request specialized assistance and treatment by their social name until the deadline of September 27th. Entries are made via the Participant’s Page, and the segment must take the Enem tests on January 9th and 16th, 2002.
The date is the same as the exam for adults deprived of liberty and adolescents who are complying with socio-educational measures that include deprivation of liberty, the so-called “Enem PPL”. According to Inep, the institution will formalize the announcement of this information through a supplementary notice that will be published in the Official Gazette of the Union (DOU) this Tuesday (14).
The agency points out that the schedule provided for those exempt who were absent in 2020 ensures this public the right to use the test results to try to access higher education through the Unified Selection System (Sisu), as well as the University Program for All (ProUni) and the Student Financing Fund (Fies).
The agency, which is linked to the Ministry of Education (MEC), also disclosed that candidates who already have confirmed registration for this year’s event are expected to take the tests on November 21st and 28th.
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Edition: Vinícius Segalla