by Team AllYourVideogames | Sep 9, 2022 | News |
Are you going to take the National High School Exam (Enem)?
If your answer is “yes”, know How do I track my Enem registration? to view all test information.
Whether on the website or in the app, in addition to being able to register for the exam, it is possible to check the notes that participants took in each of the areas of knowledge, see their performance in previous tests, in addition to several other aspects, as will be explained. throughout this post.
Therefore, we recommend that people who are going to take the Enem for the first time follow the Participant's Page and read the guidelines of the Ministry of Education (MEC) so as not to have any kind of negative surprise.
So that everything goes well, in this post you will know how to enter the page to follow your registration, either through the website or in the application, and also some important information.
For you to follow up your registration for the exam through the Participant's Page or in the Enem application, you must have access to the gov.br website.
This site will also be used for you to check the results of your tests.
Check below how to follow my enrollment in the Enem:
Step 1: Access the Inep website;
Step 2: On the page that opened, click on “Participant Page – Login with gov.br”;
Step 3: Now you need to enter your CPF and password for your gov.br website account. After filling in this data, go to the next page;
Step 4: You will return to the Inep website where you will be able to see all your registration information;
If you are unable to access the Participant Page because you do not remember the password, you can recover your login.
To do this, simply access the Gov.br website, enter your CPF number and click “Next”.
On the new page that opens, select the option “I forgot my password”. You will have the following alternatives to receive the verification code to regain access to your account: Meu gov.br application, accredited banks, internet banking from partner banks, email or SMS.
After choosing the option you prefer, click “Next”.
You will receive the code and you must put the numbers in the space indicated on the website and then click on “Next”.
If everything went well, a page will appear for you to enter your new password and then you will need to repeat the password. Remembering that your password must be at least eight characters long, having at least one symbol (for example, at sign, exclamation, question mark, etc.), an uppercase and lowercase letter, and a number.
After filling in all the spaces, just click on “Finish” for your password to be changed.
In addition to the website, it is possible to follow the participant's page through the mobile application, as you can see below.
Another way for you to keep track of your Enem Participant Page information is by using the exam application.
It is available for Android and iOS devices.
Remembering that in the app you also need to put your CPF and password to access your account.
With the application, it is possible to check the exam schedule in a simpler way and receive notifications when exam dates approach.
In addition, users can check the registration status and check the registered data to make sure everything is correct.
The app also has a tab with the most frequently asked questions, where students can check information on the following subjects:
- Calls in case of doubts;
- Lost passwords;
- Application and test location;
- Necessary documents to bring on the day of the exam;
- Utensils not allowed on the day of the test;
- Test templates;
- Dissemination of results;
- Ways to use the general test score and the Enem simulation.
Now that you know how to track your Enem 2022 registration, check out below some important information you need to know, especially in relation to the health security measures of the pandemic.
Participants who will take the Enem in person need to follow some safety protocols to combat infectious diseases, especially Covid-19.
In this way, the person who contracts infectious diseases must notify their health status through the Participant's Page, before the test.
According to Inep, these are the infectious diseases: whooping cough, diphtheria, invasive disease by Haemophilus Influenza, meningococcal disease and other meningitis, smallpox, human influenza A and B, wild poliovirus poliomyelitis, measles, rubella, chickenpox and Covid-19 .
If you have been infected with any of these diseases, you must insert a legible document proving the disease for analysis with the following information:
- Participant's full name,
- The diagnosis that demonstrates the description of the condition that motivated the person to request the postponement of the test;
- The code that corresponds to the international classification of disease (ICD 10);
- The signature and identification of the professional responsible for the service;
- Registration of the Regional Council of Medicine (CRM), the Ministry of Health (RMS) or the competent body of the professional who provided care;
- The date of service.
The infected student must send the document in PDF, PNG or JPG format, with a maximum of 2 MB on the Participant's Page.
In cases where the person is infected and the diagnosis comes out on the day the test will take place, the participant also needs to notify their health status through the Participant's Page.
Only in this way, with the report being approved, will participation in the reapplication of the test be guaranteed, on a date yet to be published by Inep on its website and on social networks.
It is also worth mentioning that the person will not be able to remain at the test site without wearing the protective mask.
It is important that you take a look at the general guidelines for preventing Covid-19 in the places where the tests will be applied.
Understanding the health security measures, see some general information about the 2022 Enem.
For you not to be late for the Enem and avoid the danger of becoming a meme among your friends, stay tuned for the days and times of the tests.
In the 2022 edition, the tests will take place on the 21st and 28th of November, and on both days the gates will open at 12:13 and will close at 13:30 pm and the tests will start at XNUMX:XNUMX pm.
On the first day of the exam, the exam ends at 19:18 and on the second day at 30:XNUMX.
Remembering that all times are according to the time of our city.
Thus, on the first day of the test, exams on languages, codes and their technologies, writing and human sciences and their technologies will be applied.
It is on this day that the student will need to answer the questions in the foreign language (English or Spanish) chosen during the exam registration. This day is also the writing day.
On the second day of the test, November 28, tests in natural sciences and their technologies, and mathematics and their technologies will be applied.
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It is worth remembering that the Enem is applied in all states of our country, plus the Federal District.
And just like in Enem 2022, this year it will also be possible to take the digital test.
In this way, you can check the edict of the face-to-face exams and the edict of the digital exams.
So, if you are one of the students who will take the Enem 2022, always keep an eye on the Participant Page.
This way you will be able to solve possible problems in advance.
Also, be sure to check out the news and guidelines against Covid-19, if you take the test in person.
Good luck! That you can enter the courses you want.