Inep publishes official responses; look

Inep publishes official responses; look
Inep publishes official responses; look

With one question cancelled, official Enem 2023 answer sheets were brought forward by ten days

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You official templates of National High School Examination (Enem) were released this Tuesday, the 14th. The tests were held on the 5th and 12th of November and had around 3.9 million registrants.

The documents were published by the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep). According to the exam schedule, the answer sheet would only be released on November 24th, but it was announced early.

A canceled question may have speeded up the process. According to Inep, it is not possible to appeal against the template. This year, there was 71.9% attendance of those registered and more than 4 thousand were eliminated on the first day.

Official templates

The test booklets and answer sheets can be accessed on the Inep website. The Enem test is carried out in four different color versions, yellow, blue, gray and pink. Although the colors are different, the tests have the same questions, but in different orders. This is a method to avoid fraud and cheating.

Question canceled

The Minister of Education, Camilo Santana, announced the cancellation of a question about H1N1 from Enem 2023 due to lack of originality.

This is question 117 of the yellow test, which displays a graph with numbers for the A-H1N1 flu and the immunization process. The question, according to Santana, appeared in the Enem PPL – edition of the exam aimed at people deprived of their liberty – in 2010.

Commented correction

Shortly after the end of the tests, the Earth carried out a commented correction of the two days of tests with the opinion of experts and professionals. Check out how it went:


According to the Enem schedule, the official result will be released on January 24, 2024.

Source: Redação Terra

The article is in Portuguese

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