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Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK)

汉语水平考试(HSK)

2017 HSK Test Schedule

HSK考试日期

Test date

报名截止日期

Registration Deadline

成绩公布日期

Date for test report online  

1月14日 周六 2016年12月16日 2月21日※
2月12日 周日 1月16日 3月12日
3月19日 周日 2月20日 4月19日
4月22日 周六 3月24日 5月22日
5月20日 周六 4月21日 6月20日
6月11日 周日 5月15日 7月11日
9月17日 周日 8月21日 10月17日
10月15日 周日 9月18日 11月15日
11月11日 周六 10月13日 12月11日
12月3日 周日 11月6日 2018年1月3日  

※ 因春节假期,成绩公布日期推迟一周。

The score date will be postponed because of Chinese spring festival.

汉语水平考试(HSK)信息

2017 HSK Test Info

HSK级别

Levels

考试时间

Test Time

考试时长

Duration

试卷结构

Test Structure

及格/总分

Passing line/ Total Score

词汇

Vocabulary

费用(RM)**

Test Fee

HSK1 13:30-14:10 40min L20 R20 120/200 150 100 +6%
HSK2 09:00-09:55 55min L35 R25 120/200 300 130 +6%
HSK3 13:30-15:00 90min L40 R30 W10 180/300 600 160 +6%
HSK4 09:00-10:45 105min L45 R40 W15 180/300 1200 190 +6%
HSK5 13:30-15:35 125min L45 R45 W10 180/300 2500 220 +6%
HSK6 09:00-11:20 140min L50 R50 W 1 180/300 5000 250 +6%

** Effective from April 1st 2015, all HSK/HSKK/YCT Fees are subjected to 6% GST.

汉语水平口语考试(HSKK)

2017 HSKK Test Schedule

考试日期

Test Date

报名截止日期

Registration Deadline

成绩公布日期

 Date for test report online

2月12日 周日 1月16日 3月12日
3月19日 周日 2月20日 4月19日
5月20日 周六 4月23日 6月20日
10月15日 周日 9月18日 11月15日
12月3日 周日 11月6日 2018年1月3日
HSKK级别

HSKK levels

考试时间

Test Time

考试时长

Duration

录音形式

Test structure

费用**

Test Fee

HSKK1

(HSK1&2)

900-920 20min LR15  LA10 A2 100 +6%
HSKK2

(HSK3&4)

9:00-9:23 23min LR10 PD2 A2 130 +6%
HSKK3

(HSK5&6)

9:00-9:25 25min LR3 R1 A2 160 +6%

新中小学生汉语考试(YCT)

2017 YCT Test Schedule

 考试日期

Test Date

报名截止日期

Registration Deadline

成绩公布日期

Date for test report online

2月11日 周六 1月13日 3月11日
3月18日 周六 2月17日 4月18日
4月23日 周日 3月27日 5月23日
5月13日 周六 4月14日 6月13日
8月19日 周六 7月21日 9月19日
11月18日 周六 10月20日 12月18日
YCT笔试

YCT Levels

考试时间

Test Time

考试时长

Duration

试卷结构

Test paper

Structure

合格/总分

Passing line/Total score

词汇

Vocabulary

费用(RM)**

Exam Fee

YCT1 9:00-9:35 35min L20  R15 120/200 80 70 +6%
YCT2 9:00-9:50 50min L20  R20 120/200 150 100 +6%
YCT3 9:00-10:00 60min L35  R25 120/200 300 130 +6%
YCT4 9:00-10:25 85min L40 R30 W10 180/300 600 160 +6%

*LR= Reciting after listening    LA= Answer questions after listening

* A= Answer questions   PD=Picture description   R=Reading

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The new HSK test, launched by Hanban is an effort to boost the learning rate of the Chinese language students. This state of the art examination is the result of coordinated efforts by elite experts from different disciplines including Chinese teachings, linguistics, psychologists and educational measurements. Moreover, this examination format combines the advantages of the original HSK whilst taking into account the most recent trends of the Chinese language training and learning. It is an international standardized exam that tests and rates Chinese language proficiency. It assesses non-native Chinese speakers’ abilities in using the Chinese language in their daily, academic and professional lives.

Test Structure

HSK consists of six levels, namely the HSK (level I), HSK (level II), HSK (level III), HSK (level IV), HSK (level V), and HSK (level VI).

II. Test Levels

The levels of the new HSK correspond to the levels of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages (CLPS) and the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF) as follows:

Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level I) can understand and use very simple Chinese words and phrases, meets the basic needs for communication and possess the ability to further their Chinese language studies.

Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level II) have an excellent grasp of basic Chinese and is able to communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.

Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level III) can communicate in Chinese at a basic level in their daily, academic and professional lives. They can manage most communication in Chinese when travelling in China.

Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level IV) can converse in Chinese on a wide range of topics and are able to communicate fluently with native Chinese speakers.

Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level V) can read Chinese newspapers and magazines, enjoy and understand Chinese films and plays, and give a full-length speech in Chinese.

Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level VI) can easily comprehend written and spoken information in Chinese and can effectively express themselves in Chinese, both orally and on paper.

III. Test Principles

The new HSK follows the principle of “test-teaching correlation”, bases the design of the test on the current trends in international Chinese language training, which is related to the textbooks. The purpose of the test is to “promote training through testing” and “promote learning through testing”.

The new HSK emphasizes the objectivity and accuracy of the evaluation and stresses the learners’ actual Chinese language abilities.

The new HSK sets clear test objectives to allow the test takers to be able to improve their Chinese language abilities in a systematic and efficient way.

IV. Testing Purposes

The new HSK retains the former HSK’s orientation as a general (or universal) Chinese language abilities test for adult learners. The results of the test can serve several purposes:

1. A reference for an educational institution’s decision-making concerning recruiting students, assigning students to different classes, allowing students to skip certain courses and granting students academic credits.

2. A reference for employers’ decision-making concerning the recruitment, training and promotion of test takers.

3. A method for Chinese language learners to assess and improve their proficiency in the Chinese Language.

4. A method for Chinese language training institutions to evaluate training results and give advice from there.

V. Results Certificate

Test takers will receive the results for the new HSK issued by Hanban within one month after the test.

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