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HSK Test Preparation
HSK is a standardized examination to test your Chinese language ability. So how do students prepare for the HSK Test Preparation? First of all, you should read the Chinese Proficiency Examination Handbook and Chinese Proficiency Test Outline in order to understand what will be required in the examination. After you are clear on the examination structure, you will need to review listening, speaking, reading and writing as the HSK test tends to focus on the systematic learning of these skills in addition to grammar and vocabulary. You can also take a HSK preparation course before taking the HSK examination while there are also HSK online preparation resources available to you.
eChineseLearning offers HSK Test Prep courses with one-on-one instruction that are designed based on your actual level and needs. Our HSK Test Preparation classes are divided into 6 levels in accordance with the 6 levels of HSK Test.
HSK (Threshold) Level 1-3
1. These levels apply to those learners who have taken less than 300 hours of regular contemporary Chinese learning (or those with equivalent learning experiences).
2. Acquire 400-1000 Chinese characters.
3. Master the most basic HSK grammars.
4. Prepare to take HSK test Level 1, 2 and 3.
HSK (Basic) Level 4
1. This level applies to those learners who have a basic level of Chinese, and have taken 100 to 800 hours of regular modern Chinese learning (or those with equivalent learning experiences).
2. Acquire 400-3000 basic Chinese characters.
3. Level A and B in HSK Grammar requirements.
4. Prepare to take HSK test Level 4.
1. This level is for those who are at the elementary and intermediate level in Chinese proficiency, i.e. those who have taken 400-2000 regular hours of modern Chinese courses (or those with equivalent learning experiences).
2. Acquire 2000-5000 basic Chinese characters (Level A, B and C in HSK Vocabulary).
3. Mastery of Level A, B and C in HSK Grammar requirements.
4. Prepare to take HSK test Level 5.
1. This level is designed to measure the Chinese proficiency of those who are proficient in Chinese, i.e. who have taken 3000 regular hours or more modern Chinese learning (or those with equivalent learning experiences).
2. Acquire 5000-8000 Chinese characters (Level A, B, C and D in HSK Vocabulary).
3. Mastery of Level A, B, C and D in HSK Grammar.
4. Prepare to take HSK test Level 6.
HSK test aims to assess your ability to understand spoken and written Chinese, and consists of six levels: Level 1, 2, 3 (HSK Threshold); Level 4 (HSK Basic); Level 5 (HSK Elementary-Intermediate) and Level 6 (HSK Advanced).
Certificate of HSK will be issued to those who have secured the required scores. It is a dependable measure of your Chinese level used in admission or course placement of colleges or universities, and job application.
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