Mariana Almeida, 16, wants to be an architect (Photo Marcos Maluf/Campo Grande News)
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Two students who would have the second day of exams in the Enem (National High School Exam) were unable to enter Uniderp/Anhanguera because they did not have an official photo document, a requirement for those registered for the exam. Another arrived after noon, when the gates were closed.

Mariana Almeida, 16, wants to be an architect (Photo Marcos Maluf/Campo Grande News)

Mariana Almeida, 16, said she kept her ID in the backpack that was in her mother’s car and didn’t remember to pick it up before getting out of the vehicle. “And I only realized that 10 minutes before the gate closed. There wouldn’t be time for someone to bring (the identity) here for me”, she said that she wants to study architecture and urbanism.

On the first day of the test, last Sunday, the girl managed to enter and was even programmed to take water and chocolate. “At least you could have an idea of ​​what the race is like. And here’s the lesson for me to organize myself better. Next year I can’t lose because it will be for real ”, she concluded.

Gabriella Correia, 17, wants to be a journalist (Photo Marcos Marluf/Campo Grande News)
Gabriella Correia, 17, wants to be a journalist (Photo Marcos Marluf/Campo Grande News)

Gabriella Correia, 17, was also unable to take the test because she did not have a document. The girl even argued with the organization to enter showing the E-Título (digital version of the voter title), but since she had no photo in the application, it was not possible.

“I forgot my document, I thought it was in my wallet, I arrived in time but I only saw it in the queue, when I entered. When I saw it, I started to get desperate so I went to look at all my stuff and it wasn’t there. I’ve already cried and I’m very upset”. She would use the Enem score to try to enter journalism at USP (University of São Paulo).

Eric arrived after the gates closed (Photo Marcos Maluf/Campo Grande News)
Eric arrived after the gates closed (Photo Marcos Maluf/Campo Grande News)

Confusion – Eric Carrilho, 20, hasn’t forgotten anything. Armed with a pen and document, he headed to the test site, but upon arriving at 12:20 pm he saw the gates closed. “I saw on the website that the gates opened at noon”, said the student who confused the opening time with the closing time of the gates.

In Mato Grosso do Sul, the gates were open from 11 am to 12 pm. “On the first Sunday I also arrived at that time and managed to get in”, he said, although it is common knowledge that the Enem timetable is strict, so much so that every year it is a factor that prevents many applicants from taking the test.

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