For the second and final day of tests of the National High School Exam (Enem) this Sunday (28), the Traffic Engineering Company (CET) of São Paulo is carrying out a special operation to monitor traffic in the city of São Paulo.
Among the measures taken, CET decided to leave Avenida Paulista open for the circulation of cars. Generally, on Sundays, the Ruas Abertas is held, when the avenue is closed to the circulation of cars and open to the public until mid-afternoon.
In a statement, CET stated that its teams “will intensify monitoring, streamlining the removal of interference, inspection in embarkation and disembarkation areas, guidance of pedestrian crossings and the operation of traffic lights”.
Second day of Enem 2021
As on the first day of the race, the gates will open at 12:00 and close at 13:00 (Brasilia time). The exam will start at 1:30 pm, after the security procedures.
On the first day of Enem, the students took the language, humanities and writing tests. Altogether, 74% of the 3.1 million applicants attended the exam. Today, the tests are in mathematics and natural sciences.
Just like last Sunday (21), it is mandatory to wear a face mask. The identity document and the black ink ballpoint pen made of transparent material are also mandatory items.
In digital Enem, answers are given on the computer, but participants receive a scratch sheet to do the calculations by hand, so the pen is also required.
Reference: CNN Brasil