Entries for the National High School Exam (Enem 2021) for People Deprived of Liberty (who are imprisoned in jail or apprehended in socio-educational units) end this Friday (24). Registration can be done on the website of INEP.

But be careful, the deadline that ends today is the candidate's registration, the date for prison units to register ended last Friday, the 17th. The unit's pedagogical person is in charge of the unit for monitoring all stages of the examination until the results are released.


It is still the responsibility of the pedagogical person to keep, under his/her custody and secrecy, the password to access the system and the enrollment and registration numbers of the Enem 2021 participants. The application dates are also different, the tests take place on January 9th and 16th, 2022.

The test for the rest of the public takes place on November 21st and 28th. The difficulty of both exams is the same, the difference is that the Enem for Private Persons takes place within prison and socio-educational units.

Enem 2021 has more than 3,1 million entries confirmed

According to information from inep (National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira), Enem (National High School Exam) of 2021 had 3.109.762 confirmed entries.

Among the total number, Inep registered 3.040.871 subscribers for the test in person, while for the digital modality 68.891 participants were confirmed. Both versions charged a fee of R$85 and will be applied on the same dates: November 21st and 28th.

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