Enrollment for the selection process for the second half of 2021 of the Unified Selection System (Sisu) starts this Tuesday (3) and continues until next Friday (6).
Sisu allows students with better performances in the National Secondary Education Examination (Enem) to win places in public universities.
How to participate?
To enroll, the student must necessarily have participated in the 2020 Enem, applied between January and February this year, and not have written to zero. Upon registration, the candidate must choose up to two options for vacancies in courses and educational institutions participating in the system, and may compete through vacancies with wide competition or among those reserved for affirmative action policies.
Individual grades of Enem 2020 can be found on the Participant Page or Enem application.
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After the first day of registration, Sisu will make available the cut-off score for each course of the institutions, which will be updated frequently, as more registrations are counted.
In addition, it is possible to modify the options until the registration is closed. Even so, the ideal is that those interested do not leave it to the last minute to make the registrations, after all, there are only four days to choose the vacancy that you intend to attend in graduation. The result will be announced on August 10th, and enrollment will take place between the 11th and 16th of the same month.
Between the 10th and the 16th, registration for the waiting list will be open. To participate in the list, it is necessary to express interest in only one of the two courses chosen at the time of registration, on the Sisu page. The final result will be announced on August 18th.
Edition: Daniel Lamir