Your grades will first be posted on the student portal at your home academic institution. When you have received the notice of authorization for studies at another academic institution, they will also be posted on HEC en ligne.
It may take several weeks for your grades to be forwarded from your home academic institution.
For evaluations other than a final exam, the teacher of the course in question shall be responsible for drawing up and communicating the procedure for consultation and feedback regarding evaluations.
In the case of a final exam, you must submit a request for consultation of an examination before the deadline listed on the academic calendar. The Registrar’s Office will contact you shortly in response to your request. Keep in mind that evaluation questions and answers cannot be disclosed.
Contact the teacher directly within fifteen days maximum of submission of the grade.
If, upon consulting your exam, you notice a problem with the corrections, you can request the grade be reviewed before the deadline listed on the academic calendar. To do this:
If the final exam grade is upheld, the usual administrative fee will be charged.
For more information, please read Section 3.6 of the Academic Rules and Regulations.
HECFRAN: You must start by reviewing your test to find out what corrections have been made.
Although the grading of exit tests is often to your advantage, you may request that a third party review your test. In the event your grade is upheld, administration fees will be charged.
To request a review of your exit test: