Enem dos Concursos opens registrations this week; see how to apply for one of the 6,600 vacancies

Have you ever thought about participating in several competitions with a single score? See how to get this opportunity soon and take advantage!

Have you ever thought about an exclusive Enem for public exams? This is the innovative proposal of the Unified National Public Competition (CPNU), nicknamed the "Enem of Competitions".

With registrations opening this week, this initiative promises to open doors to 6,640 vacancies in 24 federal public bodies and ministries. An unmissable opportunity for anyone looking for a career in the public sector.

Let’s dive into the details of this revolutionary competition, understand how to register and what to expect from this selection process. Get ready, because your journey towards a public career starts here!

Looking for an opportunity to participate in public competitions? This could be the chance you’ve been waiting for. Check out! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

To guarantee your place in the "Enem dos Concursos", interested parties must register by February 9th through the competition's online platform.

It is essential to have a gov.br account for registration, in addition to paying a fee of R$60 for mid-level positions and R$90 for higher-level positions.

However, there is good news for bone marrow donors, ProUni scholarship holders or former scholarship holders and students financed by Fies: they are exempt from the fee, as long as they register by January 26th.

Enem expectations and schedule of competitions

With more than 3 million applications expected, the government will announce the final number of registered candidates on February 29th, followed by confirmation of applications on April 29th.

The results of the objective, discursive and writing tests will be released on June 3rd, and the final result is scheduled for July 30th.

From August 5th, successful candidates will be called to take office and begin the training course, if necessary.

Thematic blocks and specializations

The CPNU is divided into eight thematic blocks, each corresponding to specific formations:

Infrastructure; Exact and Engineering; Technology, Data and Information; Environmental, Agrarian and Biological; Work and Health of Servers; Education; Health; Social Development and Human Rights; Economic Sectors and Regulation; Government Management and Public Administration; Intermediate level.

Each block has its specific notice, and registrants must choose the block and positions that best fit their profile.

Unique opportunity for public career aspirants

The "Enem dos Concursos" represents a unique opportunity for those who aspire to a career in the public sector. With a wide spectrum of vacancies and specializations, this competition opens the way for a diversity of professional profiles. It’s the chance to enter a stable and promising career, contributing to the country’s development.

Earn your approval: three infallible strategies for studying for exams

Preparing for contests can be a challenge, but with the right strategies, you significantly increase your chances of success. Here are three valuable tips to guide your studies and help you secure the position you want.

Create a personalized study plan

Organization is key to any contest preparation. Create a study plan adapted to your needs, considering the content you need to learn and the time available until the competition date.

Divide topics according to the days of the week and set daily or weekly study goals. Remember to include regular rest breaks, as your brain needs time to absorb information.

Practice with mock tests and past questions

Familiarize yourself with the style and format of questions that typically appear in exams. Solve questions from previous tests and do simulations regularly. This helps you understand which topics are frequently covered and develop effective problem-solving techniques. Additionally, timing your practice exams can improve your time management during the real exam.

Study actively and diversely

Avoid the trap of studying passively, just reading or copying notes. Use active study methods, such as creating summaries, mind maps, flashcards and teaching the content to someone else. These methods increase information retention and facilitate understanding.

Additionally, diversify your study sources. Don’t just limit yourself to textbooks; watch video classes, participate in study groups and online forums, and consult different materials for a more comprehensive understanding of the content.

By following these tips, you will be on your way to effective exam preparation. Remember, consistency and determination are essential. Stay focused on your goal and good luck!

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