HSK (level 6) assesses the ability of the examinee to use Chinese (Mandarin) in everyday life. This is an analogue of the C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Those who successfully pass the HSK (level 6) must understand written and spoken Chinese, and be able to express their thoughts correctly, both verbally and in writing.
Purpose of the test
HSK (level 6) is aimed at those who have mastered 5,000 or more commonly used words and corresponding grammatical structures.
The HSK test (level 6) consists of listening, reading and writing, contains a total of 101 test tasks and lasts 140 minutes (including 5 minutes to complete a personal information form).
In the first part 15 tasks. The recording of each task is played only once. A short text is read in each task. The test form presents four answer choices, from which the subject must choose the right one based on what he heard.
In the second part there are also 15 tasks. The recording of each task is played only once. The section consists of three interviews, followed by questions (5 questions each). For each question 4 possible answers were provided, from which the subject should choose the right one based on what he heard.
In the third part of the 20 tasks. The recording of each task is played only once. Read some texts with questions. For each question 4 possible answers were provided, from which the subject should choose the right one based on what he heard.
In the first part of 10 tasks. Each task consists of 4 sentences. The subject must choose a grammatically incorrect sentence.
In the second part there are also 10 tasks. Each task consists of a short text with 3-5 omissions. The subject must choose one of four possible answers.
In the third part of 10 tasks. Here are two texts, each with five omissions. The subject must choose the correct answer from the five sentences based on context.
In the fourth part of the 20 tasks. This section consists of texts followed by questions. The subject must choose the correct answer from 4 options.
The subject should read an article consisting of 1000 hieroglyphs within 10 minutes, and then within 35 minutes write its presentation of about 400 hieroglyphs. It is only necessary to state the reading, without adding anything from yourself. The title is at the discretion of the test.
For HSK (level 6), four results will be presented: listening, reading, writing and total score. In order for the exam to be considered passed, the subject must score at least 180 points out of 300.
On admission to Chinese universities, the HSK results are valid for two years (starting from the exam date).