HSK stands for Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi.It is also called “Chinese Proficiency Test”.
Like TOEFL and IELTS are for English level test, HSK is the most important Chinese (Mandarin) level test. It is essential to pass certain HSK level in order to enrol into Chinese universities. Recently, international companies also take HSK score to employ new staff who wants to work in China. More and more Australian companies also recognise HSK test result now.
HSK has six levels, from primary (Level 1-2) to advance (Level 5 – 6). For more information, you can visit Hanban official site.
There are many resources can help you prepare HSK, but if you want to get a high score in a short time to save your time and money, please join our HSK training course.
Below are some tips on how to prepare for HSK:
- Build up Chinese vocabulary in context
A lot of articles suggest you memorise HSK vocabulary, but without context, you cannot make a good judgement during the exam. And memorising words only is boring and can’t last long. Our text book is designed for HSK, so you can learn the HSK vocabulary in some fun dialogues.
- Learn the pattern drills
If the Chinese vocabulary is “brick”, then the pattern drill is the cement to put them together. Chinese has similar pattern drills as English, the basic pattern is the same Subject+Verb+Object. However, Chinese language conveys meaning through word order, adverbials or shared understanding of the context.
- Practise HSK exam skills
Once you learnt vocabulary and basic pattern drills, we will teach you the HSK exam skills. HSK is easier than TOEFL and IELTS. We will conduct many HSK mock exams so you can be very confident with your real HSK test.
Please let us know what level you want to challenge and contact us for help.