Admission tests GMAT
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) assesses a person’s ability to reason and analyze. It measures certain skills that are essential to success in management studies. The GMAT is divided into four sections.
One section involves writing a text, whereas the other three sections consist of multiple-choice questions.
Preparing for the test
Candidates are highly encouraged to prepare well before attempting the GMAT, ideally several weeks before the test date. For information, refer to the official GMAT site.
The following reference can help you prepare for the tests:
- “Cracking the GMAT” (2015), The Princeton Review
- The official preparation platform of GMAT
Registration and fees
Candidates are encouraged to register for the test several weeks before the admission application deadline. For information, refer to the official GMAT site.
Timetable and Rooms
Test Scores are considered an important part of your application file. You should therefore have a score comparable to the average obtained by the candidates. Consult the minimum recommended score under the "Admission" tab of your program.
Your test score is valid for five years starting from the date you took the test.
Sending scores to HEC Montréal
Candidates should read the procedure for sending scores to HEC Montréal electronically.
The codes used for HEC Montréal are as follows:
- Ph.D. - OBB-12-40
- MBA Part Time - OBB-12-18
- MBA Full Time - OBB-12-60
- M.Sc. - OBB-12-92