The Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi, also known as HSK, or the Chinese Proficiency Test, is the national standardised test of Chinese as a foreign language. Established in Beijing in 1988, the HSK is widely recognised as the most comprehensive of Chinese language proficiency tests. The HSK measures the proficiency level of non-native speakers of standard Chinese, which may include foreigners, overseas Chinese, and students from Chinese national minorities. It is used as a guideline for admission to colleges and universities in China and Southeast Asia, as well as a reference standard in job recruiting, both within China and in countries around the world where Chinese language skills are necessary.
Your child's Mandarin teacher can suggest which level of test is most appropriate for any students who wish to take the exam and also support them to work on past papers.
The levels and fees for the test are as follows:
Level Examination Fee
HSK Level I 150 RMB
HSK Level II 250 RMB
HSK Level III 350 RMB
HSK Level IV 450 RMB
HSK Level V 550 RMB
HSK Level VI 650 RMB
Please return the reply slip which you can find by clicking here, with your cash payment, in a sealed envelope clearly labeled with the participant’s name and “HSK Registration” to Amber at the Uniform Shop, by Friday 25th September 2015. You may also download the form below.
If you have any queries about the HSK tests please do not hesitate to contact Jessie Mao at firstname.lastname@example.org
HSK Reply Form