In order to assess students who are entering or completing undergraduate courses, the National Student Performance Examination (Enade) 2021 is scheduled for November 14th. Until August 8, the coordinators of the evaluated courses must enroll students in the Enade System.
From the 9th to the 29th of August, the course coordinators will be able to correct the enrollment of qualified students for the Enade 202.
In 2021, students, freshmen and seniors, from bachelor’s degree courses belonging to the areas of computer science, biological sciences, social sciences, design, education will be evaluated. Among the degrees, the targets will be courses in visual arts, computer science, biological sciences, social sciences, physical education, philosophy, physics, geography, history, letters – Portuguese, letters – English, mathematics, music, pedagogy and chemistry.
Also included are students from higher education technology courses in systems analysis and development, information technology management technology, and computer network technology. A student who does not take the test or fill out the Student Questionnaire is barred from graduating.
Carried out by the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep), the Enade 2021 will consist of a test with 40 questions. The content is divided into 10 general training questions, with themes common to all courses, and 30 questions of a specific component, with questions specific to each area. As for the format of the questions, there are, in total, 5 discursive questions and 35 multiple choice. Students will have 4 hours to take the test.
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