This Sunday (12), millions of students from all over Brazil began the second phase of the National High School Exam. Candidates solved questions from the mathematics and natural sciences tests (biology, physics and chemistry). The time to complete the national exam, which has 90 questions, 45 for each area, is 5 hours, starting at 1:30 pm and closing at 6:30 pm.
The gates opened at noon and closed at one in the afternoon. To take the test, students needed to bring a confirmation card and an original identity document with a photo, such as a driver’s license, pport and work permit. It was also allowed to bring water and snacks.
In Porto Alegre, the second day of the race had a special public transport schemethe same as on the first day of the exam, with activation and line enlargement. Porto Alegre has 23,875 applicants – around 15% of the total number of candidates from Rio Grande do Sul (with 159 thousand registrations).
In others cities in Rio Grande do Sul, one of the concerns was also the possibility of a lack of light in some of the test locations, given the strong storms that hit the State in the last few days. However, according to CEEE Equatorial, “all ENEM points have regular power supply.” In total, more than 3.9 million registered for the exam and, on the first day, around 2.8 million attended the test sites.