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ENEM Digital is the new modality of the National High School Exam for 2020. In addition to being applied in the printed version, this year, candidates will be able to take the exam on the computer for the first time. The rules for the application of the exam were released by the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Ansio Teixeira (Inep) last Tuesday (31).

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In this edition, which will be the pilot model for the new exam format, 100 thousand participants will be able to choose the digital mode. Although it did not surprise the students, as it was announced last year, the novelty generated a series of questions. Does the schedule follow the dates of the printed version? What are the registration rules? Can Enem 2020 be applied to the candidate's computer? Next, the dnetc clarifies the main doubts about the online test.

ENEM Digital 2020: exam to have an online version this year Photo: Nicolly Vimercate / dnetcENEM Digital 2020: exam to have an online version this year Photo: Nicolly Vimercate / dnetc

ENEM Digital 2020: exam to have an online version this year Photo: Nicolly Vimercate / dnetc

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How does Enem Digital work?

Enem Digital is the new method of application of the National High School Exam. The version of the test for computers was announced by the Ministry of Education in 2019 and will be applied for the first time this year, in a pilot model. According to MEC, the implementation of the new Enem will be progressive, and the expectation that by 2026 the exam will be 100% online.

100 thousand registrations will be made available to the first participants who opt for the digital edition. The structure of the exam will be the same as the printed version: candidates must go to the test site to take four objective tests, with 45 questions each, plus the essay. This, however, will be applied on paper. The proof of foreign language is also maintained at Enem Digital, and the student must choose English or Spanish at the time of registration.

According to MEC, the new application method saves money by reducing paper printing and represents a gain for the environment. In 2019 alone, there were more than 10.2 million printed proofs for Enem. The application costs exceeded R $ 500 million.

From a technical point of view, Enem Digital will allow the application of new types of questions. It will be possible to work with videos, infographics and even incorporate the logic of games to the test. "The aim of the project is not simply to take a test on a computer, but to leave the analogue world and move to the digital world of application of tests", explained the president of Inep, Alexandre Lopes, when announcing the news.

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Enem Digital 2020 inscriptions: deadlines and rules

Registration for the two Enem modalities will be open from May 11 to 22. Candidates can register on the Participant's Page (enem.inep.gov.br/participante) or on the Enem application. Whoever chooses to have Enem 2020 printed will not be able to register for the digital edition. It is worth mentioning that it is not possible to change the modality chosen after the end of registration.

The registration fee remains the same as in the 2019 edition: R $ 85. The amount must be paid until May 28, through the Union Collection Guide (GRU) at any bank, lottery or post office. Applications for payment exemption will be open from April 6. In order to apply, the student must meet one of the three criteria below:

  • attend the last series of secondary education in 2020 at a public school declared to the School Census;
  • having attended all high school in a public school or as a full scholarship holder in the private school, in addition to having an income, per person, equal to or less than a minimum salary and a half;
  • be in a situation of socioeconomic vulnerability as a member of a low-income family, having to inform the Social Identification Number (NIS), unique and valid, in addition to having family income per person of up to half a minimum salary or monthly family income of up to three salaries minimum.

Application of the digital exam: dates, times and locations

The Enem Digital tests will be applied on two Sundays: October 11th and 18th. On the first day of the exam, candidates will take the tests on Languages, Codes and their Technologies, Staff and Human Sciences and their Technologies. The application will be 5 hours and 30 minutes long. The second day of Enem will be destined to the tests of Sciences of Nature and its Technologies and Mathematics and its Technologies. Students will have 5 hours to complete the exam.

Enem Digital to be applied on 11 and 18 October Photo: FreepikEnem Digital to be applied on 11 and 18 October Photo: Freepik

Enem Digital to be applied on 11 and 18 October Photo: Freepik

As in the printed edition, Enem Digital 2020 follows the schedule in Braslia (DF) for opening and closing the ports and beginning and ending of the tests:

Enem Digital 2020: times

Opening of the ports 12:00
Shipping closing 1 pm
Start of tests 1:30 pm
End of the 1 day races 7 PM
End of the 2 day tests 6:30 pm

Enem Digital 2020's 100,000 vacancies will be distributed among 60 municipalities in 18 Brazilian states. Among the cities with the highest number of vacancies are So Paulo (14,303), Rio de Janeiro (8,977) and Belo Horizonte (8,133). The complete list can be found in the exam notice, published in the Official Directory of the Union last Tuesday (31).

It is important to note that the participant must attend the test location determined by Inep to take the exam. It will not be possible to take the test on a private computer.

Enem Digital 2020 schedule follow the same dates as the printed exam Photo: Aline Batista / dnetcEnem Digital 2020 schedule follow the same dates as the printed exam Photo: Aline Batista / dnetc

Enem Digital 2020 schedule follow the same dates as the printed exam Photo: Aline Batista / dnetc

The Enem Digital 2020 schedule follows the same dates as the printed version of the exam. The only exception is the application of the tests: while the digital version takes place on October 11th and 18th, the printed edition takes place on November 1st and 8th. Check the main dates of the two modalities in the table below:

Enem 2020 schedule: digital and printed

Enem Digital Enem Printed
Registration period From 11 to 22/05 From 11 to 22/05
Payment of registration fee From 11 to 28/05 From 11 to 28/05
Application for exemption from registration fee From 6 to 4/17 From 6 to 4/17
Request for treatment by social name May 25-29 May 25-29
Exam application 11 and 10/18 1 and 8/11

The notices of the printed and digital versions of Enem 2020 were published in the Official Directory of the Union (DOU) last Tuesday (31). The document provides detailed information regarding the exam, including the complete list of municipalities participating in the digital edition, the curricular components of each exam and the criteria for elimination.

Also in the announcement that the participant can check the complete rules for requesting exemption from the registration fee and request for treatment by social name. It is also possible to check information about the proofreading process.

The notice of the printed version can be accessed at: www.in.gov.br/web/dou/-/edital-n-25-de-30-de-marco-de-2020exame-nacional-do-ensino-medio- enem-2020-printed-250463829

The public notice for the online version is available at: www.in.gov.br/web/dou/-/edital-n-27-de-30-de-marco-de-2020exame-nacional-do-ensino-medio- enem-2020-digital-250467799