More than 100 thousand people are expected to attend, this Sunday (5), the 255 test sites for the National High School Exam (Enem) 2023 spread across 40 municipalities in Rio Grande do Norte.
On the first day of the Exam, those enrolled will take the language and human sciences tests, in addition to writing.
See application times (Brasília time):
- Gates opening: 12pm
- Gates closing: 1pm
- Tests start: 1:30 pm
- End of the tests on the 1st day: 7pm
The candidate will only be able to leave with the Question Booklet in the last 30 minutes before the end of the test.
- ID or other official document with photo (digital documents such as e-title, CNH Digital and RG Digital are also valid);
- Transparent ballpoint pen with black ink (bring at least two in case one fails);
- Registration confirmation card;
- Snack (ideally take food that gives energy, such as chocolates, nuts and cereal bars) and water in a transparent bottle (the packaging must not have a label). The snack may be inspected by the room inspector.
Cell phones, calculators or any electronic equipment must be turned off and stored in the storage envelope before entering the testing room. If any sound is emitted from the devices during the test, the candidate will be eliminated, according to Inep.
Also prohibited are: any device that receives images, videos or messages; sunglasses, caps, hats, visors or beanies; alcoholic beverages, cigarettes or illicit drugs.
Arrival at the test site
The recommendation of the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep) is to arrive at the exam location at 12pm.
In order to avoid any setbacks, the candidate must leave home in advance, making sure they have the necessary documentation and materials with them.
The exam location is listed on each participant’s Registration Confirmation Card, which can be accessed at https://enem.inep.gov.br/participante/. It is not mandatory to carry the card, but having it on hand can make it easier to locate the building and room where you will take the test.
Women are the majority among those registered for Enem in Rio Grande do Norte – they represent 58.9% (59,346) of registrations, while men represent 41.1% (41,366).
Of the total number of candidates in the state, 61,723 (61.2%) have already completed high school. The 2023 graduates are 25,705 (25.5%). Among those enrolled, 12,900 (12.8%) are 1st or 2nd year students, who will take the Enem with the aim of testing their knowledge. Another 384 (0.5%) are also trainers, considering that they do not attend or have completed high school.
Regarding age group, 26,598 candidates are minors and 74,114 are older. See the breakdown by age:
- Under 16 years old: 2,280 candidates;
- 16 years: 7,733 candidates;
- 17 years: 16,585 candidates;
- 18 years: 14,744 candidates;
- 19 years old: 10,171 candidates;
- 20 years: 7,391 candidates;
- 21 to 30 years old: 28,099 candidates;
- 31 to 59 years old: 13,421 candidates;
- Over 60 years old: 288 candidates.
Total number of registrants by municipality
Total number of people enrolled in Enem by municipality in RN
|Alto do Rodrigues||645|
|Pau dos Ferros||3,657|
|São Gonçalo do Amarante||2,278|
|Saint Joseph of Mipibu||1,177|
Exempt and pay the registration fee
69.5% (70,025) of participants are exempt from the registration fee, and 30.5% (30,687) paid it. Free participation in Enem is provided for people who fit into at least one of the following profiles:
- Enrolled in the 3rd year of high school (this year 2023), in a public school declared to the School Census;
- Those who completed their entire secondary education in a public school or as a full scholarship holder in a private school;
- People in a situation of socioeconomic vulnerability due to being members of low-income families – registered in the Single Registry for federal government social programs (CadÚnico).
In the Exam, participants take tests in four areas of knowledge: languages, codes and their technologies; human sciences and their technologies; natural sciences and their technologies; It is mathematics and its technologieswhich in total add up 180 objective questions.
Participants are also evaluated using a essay, which requires the development of a dissertation-argumentative text based on a problem situation.