On Sunday (18), Unicamp uses the first phase of the entry exam in 2019 for 76,300 candidates in 30 cities in Sao Paulo and five other capitals. The Organizing Committee (Comvest) recommends that the candidate arrive at the place of examination at 12.00, as entry will be allowed by 13.00. At 69 undergraduate courses, there are 2,500 places available, the first issue at which the university accepts ethnic racial quotas to increase social inclusion.
The evaluation consists of 90 different questions, each of which has four options. The minimum time is 3h30, and the maximum time is 5h. See below for content distribution:
- 13 issues of Portuguese language and Portuguese language literature
- 13 mathematical questions
- 9 questions about history
- 9 questions of geography (including philosophy and sociology)
- 9 physical issues
- 9 chemical issues
- 9 questions of biology,
- 7 questions of English,
- 12 interdisciplinary questions
Competition for regular jobs was intensified in this issue due to the introduction of new entry models, including 645 seats through the National Enemy Examination. On the other hand, the candidate could participate in both teams.
Compared to the previous year, the average number of candidates and job vacancies increased from 25.1 to 29.5, according to Unicamp. Check below, a table with the ten most sought-after careers in the institute:
Candidate relationship between candidates at the entry exam of the year 2019
|Architecture and urban planning (night life)||97.6||102.4|
|Biological Sciences (Integral)||51.8||57.9|
|Social Communication – Midialogy (Integral)||48.5||54.6|
|Chemical engineering (integral)||34.8||37.8|
|Computer Engineering (Integral)||24.1||35.7|
Number of entries between issues in 2014 and 2019.
What can lead to the test?
- The original identification document indicated at the time of registration;
- Black pen in translucent material, black pencil and eraser;
- Transparent ruler and compass;
- Water, juices, sweets;
- It is allowed to wear short pants and light suits
- Mobile devices (immediately disconnected and disconnected in the packaging after the candidate leaves the building);
- Electronic equipment, digital clocks, fluid correctors, pencil sharpening, marking stylus, tape, scarf, hat or other foreign material for the test;
- The candidate can use the clock to control the time, but it must remain on the ground.
In addition to 30 cities in Sao Paulo, including the capital, the first phase of the college entrance exam will be used in other countries. El Salvador (BA) and Curitiba (PR) were included on the Unicamp list this year, and will be held in Belo Horizonte (MG), Brasília (DF) and Fortaleza (CE).
São Paulo concentrates 17,400 candidates, the highest number of students enrolled in the exam; while in the other five capitals the test will be conducted by 7,300 students. The Community of the Campinas (SP) and Piracicaba (SP) regions has a total of 21.2 thousand euros in Campinas (SP), Sumaré (SP), Valinhos (SP), Mogi Guaçu (SP), Limeira (SP), Indaiatuba (SP) and Piracicaba (SP), according to Comvest.
Sunday to Sunday G1 he'll bring it unofficial feedback first phase.
- List confirmed in Phase 1, Phase 2 Evidence and Clip: 10 December
- Disclosure of First Level Records: December 20
- 2nd stage events: 13, 14 and 15 January
- Testing special skills: from 21 to 25 January
- Disclosure of the first call: 11 February
- Learning without a face: February 12
- Disclosure of the 2nd grade and classification: 14 February
According to Comvest, the chance to quota at the Unicamp Primary Examination in 2019 left 45% of enrolled self-reported black and brown students. The total number represented 9.1 thousand of the 16.6 thousand candidates of this group and 12% out of a total of 76.3 thousand people seeking a place at the university.
The state university, founded in 1966, has 34,000 students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate studies, according to the official website. The three campuses, located in the cities of Campinas, Limeira and Piracicaba, comprise 24 teaching and research units.