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FAQ - Final exam : viewing your exam and requesting a revision

    Viewing your final exam

+  When can I view my final exam?

To find out when you can view your exam, refer to the dates listed in the academic calendar.

+  Do I need an appointment?

Yes, you must make an appointment through HEC en ligne, keeping the following in mind:

  • Your grade must be available in HEC en ligne.
  • Your request will take up to two (2) business days to process.
  • You can only make one appointment for a course. The appointment can't exceed 10 minutes.

If you are in the MBA program:

  • You must send an e-mail to orgsco@hec.ca if your grade is available in HEC en ligne.

+  What should I do if my course does not appear in the appointment window?

Check that:

  • You took your final exam on HEC Montréal premises.
  • Your grade is available in HEC en ligne.
  • Your exam booklet is available at the Office of the Registrar.

 If you wrote:

  • A deferred exam, write to orgsco@hec.ca.
  • A take-home exam, contact the academic departments.

+  Will I receive a confirmation once I’ve made an appointment?

No, you must simply arrive at the appointed time.

+  What should I do if I cannot make it to my appointment?

An appointment can be cancelled two open days in advance. To do so, send an email to orgsco@hec.ca. If your appointment has not been cancelled within the prescribed time, it cannot be replaced.

+  Which items do I need to produce when going to view my exam?

You must present one piece of valid photo ID.

Note that computers and mobile devices are prohibited.

+  Where do I have to go to view my exam?

All the information you require is presented on the appointment screen.

+  If I'm on an exchange during the viewing period, can I view my exam when I get back ?

Yes. Ask an appointment by completing our online form. Remembering to specify that you will be on an international exchange during the usual exam viewing period.

+  Can I have someone else go view my exam on my behalf?

No, you may not have someone else represent you.

+  Can I extend the time allotted for exam viewing?

No, the maximum duration is 10 minutes.

+  It is possible, during the exam viewing period, to view the correction and scoring keys?

No, this information may not be obtained during the exam viewing period. However, you are free to contact your teacher or the teacher’s secretary, who may or may not make them available to you.

   Request a revision

+  Even if I accept my grade, is it possible to get details from my professor?

Contact your professor or your professor’s secretary directly for that information.

+  What should I do if I disagree with the correction?

You may submit a revision request by completing the "Revision of the result of a final examination" form available at the Information Counter, at the place where we do the review or online
Remember to verify the revision deadline specified in the academic calendar.

Once completed, this form can be:

  • Handed in to the supervising clerk at the time of the revision of the result
  • Deposited in Registrar mailbox
    • Facing Banque Nationale amphitheatre in the Côte Sainte-Catherine Building
    • Near the information desk in the Decelles building
  • Sent by email to orgsco@hec.ca

+  What should I do if I find an error in the calculation of the points?

You may submit a revision request by completing the "Revision of the result of a final examination" form available at the Information Counter, at the place where we do the review or online
Remember to verify the revision deadline specified in the academic calendar.

Once completed, this form can be:

  • Handed in to the supervising clerk at the time of the revision of the result
  • Deposited in Registrar mailbox
    • Facing Banque Nationale amphitheatre in the Côte Sainte-Catherine Building
    • Near the information desk in the Decelles building
  • Sent by email to orgsco@hec.ca

+  When will I receive a response to my exam revision request?

Usually within 15 business days of the revision request deadline.

Note that:

  • Your grade may remain the same, be raised or be lowered.

+  Is it possible to contest the outcome of a revision?

Yes, by submitting a request for an exceptional revision within 15 days after you received the first revision's result.


To do so:

Once it is completed, submit the form:

  • At the Information Counter
  • or in the mail box located on the garden level of the Côte-Sainte-Catherine Building across from the Banque Nationale Amphitheatre.

For further details, refer to the point 11.2 of the regulations.

+  What are the fees to request a revision of marks?

A $20 fees is charged if the result of the final examination remains unchanged.

   Other questions?


If you have not found the answers to your questions about viewing your exam copy or your exam grade revision request, feel free to write to us.
 
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