ENEM 2018 is already counting down with the events starting on November 4th. Less than a month from the National High School Exam, reviewing students can use online services with free questions to resolve. Sites provide complete simulations and free tests from previous years to help prepare some even calculate Enem's score from tests. Among them are Me Salva, Mecflix, from the Federal Government, and Geekie Games, with game elements. The sites also inform the subjects that fall on the Enem and suggest topics of writing.
In addition to these additional features, an advantage of online platforms is that they do not require the use of physical books and handouts, which can be bulky and weigh in your backpack. To decide which platform suits you best, check out the following six sites with content for ENEM 2018. Access to electronic addresses can be made through browsers known in the market such as Google Chrome and Firefox.
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Students from all over Brazil can prepare for ENEM through online platforms for studies Foto: Divulgao / Creative Commons
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One of the most complete online education services, Me Salva (www.mesalva) has a variety of content specifically aimed at ENEM 2018. Despite offering paid materials, the site allows access to tests from previous years and various types of simulated to train. It is also possible to access a list of handouts with all the subjects and subjects that will fall in the unified test. The only requirement is to create a free account with email, cell phone number and password.
MeSalva offers robust material for the ENEM 2018 forerunner Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Geekie Games (geekiegames.geekie.br) is an online teaching platform that focuses on gamification to facilitate learning, that is, it applies game resources to the exhibition of materials. The website offers video lessons, exercises and simulations from all disciplines in an easy to use system. Most simulations are only available for paid accounts, but there is a good supply of free material to explore. In addition, Geekie Games has a SiSu simulator, which calculates student performance according to the grade and weight of tests in previous years.
Geekie Games Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
The Blog do Enem (blogdoenem.br) has a section of simulations with different contents of ENEM 2018. The user can select the subjects Mathematics, Portuguese, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, among others and, in each one, choose exactly the subject you want to train. For each subject there are between 10 and 40 different themes to explore in the question lists. The advantage of Blog do Enem is that, in addition to being free, the service does not require registration to use.
Enem Blog is a good option for those who want to organize the study subjects by subject Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Mecflix (mecflix.mec.gov.br) is the official platform of the Ministry of Education with educational videos focused on ENEM. Although it is a video lessons service, the material also usually brings questions of various themes, accompanied by explanations. This is a different way of answering questions and training for the national exam, as it is possible to pause the video and try to answer before the teacher presents the correct solution. The site only requires a free registration to function.
Mecflix a Government platform for ENEM 2018 registrants Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Another site that only requires a brief registration is the Enem Free Course (cursoenemgratuito.br). It offers several classes and free simulations to access online, wherever you want. The platform separates the content into 15 subjects, each with a series of classes and tests to test the knowledge learned. The site maps the student's progress on each subject and shows the count of errors and hits for all responses. Thus, it is possible to obtain an overview of performance, regardless of the subject.
Enem Livre Course traces an evolutionary center of the user, so that he can identify the weaknesses Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
6. FGV Digital High School
The Fundao Getlio Vargas Digital Teaching website (ensinoomediodigital.fgv.br) offers a bank of free tests and simulations created along the lines of ENEM. The user can select the areas of knowledge according to the official division of the MEC test, such as "Languages, Codes and their technologies", for example, and access the questions via the Internet. The website records a performance history to help the student assess progress over time. To access the content you need to complete a longer registration, but you do not need to pay anything.
Middle School Digital FGV structures the material according to the official definition of the Ministry of Education Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
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