The Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) is an international standardized test for Chinese language proficiency established to test the Chinese proficiency of non-native Chinese speakers (including foreigners, overseas Chinese, ethnic Chinese and Chinese minority candidates). Level 6 is the highest level of the New Chinese Proficiency Test HSK. Candidates who pass HSK Level 6 can easily understand the Chinese information they hear or read, and express their opinions fluently in Chinese in oral or written form.
In order to better help foreign talents pass the HSK test, HSK courses are now available.
HSK (Level 1) requires the knowledge of 150 most commonly used words and related grammar. Completed in about 40 hours with zero foundation.
HSK (Level 2) requires the 300 most commonly used words and related grammar knowledge. Students who have passed HSK Level 1 need to study for about 40 hours.
HSK (Level 3) requires the 600 most commonly used words and related grammar knowledge. Students who have passed HSK Level 2 need to study for about 60 hours.
HSK (Level 4) requires mastery of 1200 commonly used words. Students who have passed HSK Level 3 need to study for about 80 hours.
HSK (Level 5) requires mastery of 2500 commonly used words. Students who have passed HSK Level 4 need to study for about 100 hours.
HSK (Level 6) requires a mastery of 5000 and above commonly used words. Students who have passed HSK Level 5 need to study about 150 hours.
Learning materials: HSK Standard Course
Learning characteristics: The HSK course serves students' Chinese proficiency test, adopts thematic teaching, and comprehensively cultivates students' listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
Small class teaching: graded teaching according to students' Chinese level, to ensure that students can learn in courses that suit them, and improve learning efficiency.
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