HSK Private Tutoring
Class Benefits
1. Tailor-made HSK preparation lessons
2. Specific key words & grammars focus on each level
3. Flexible schedule and location
4. Learn all-round Chinese language skills
5. A quality, experienced teacher selected to best achieve your HSK test results
6. Following your own learning method and speed
7. Prepare yourself exclusively for the HSK exam by focusing on the areas you know you need to improve.
Apply now for the HSK Private Tutoring and our experienced teachers will help you reach your HSK goals.
Regulation Of Private Teaching Service:

Pay By: The tuition can be paid by cash, bank transferred, bank card or credit card.
Teaching Place: Your office, your home or our school.
Demo Lesson: 1free lesson will be arranged before applicants decide to take the course with Rainbow Concept.
A: All the prices are not including the tax and materials fee.
B: The course out of classroom should charge you transportation fee.
C:Each lesson lasts 1.5 hours.
HSK Test Dates
2014 HSK Test Dates
January 11, 2014 Saturday
February 16, 2014 Sunurday
March 16, 2013 Sunday
April 12, 2013 Saturday
May 10, 2013 Saturday
June 14, 2013 Saturday
July 13, 2013 Sunday
August 17, 2013 Sunday
September 14, 2013 Sunday
October 11, 2013 Saturday
November 08, 2013 Saturday
December 06, 2013 Saturday
2013 HSK Test Dates
January 12, 2013 Saturday
March 24, 2013 Sunday
April 20, 2013 Saturday
May 12, 2013 Sunday
June 16, 2013 Sunday
July 21, 2013 Sunday
September 07, 2013 Saturday
October 20, 2013 Sunday
December 01, 2013 Sunday
Test Levels
New HSK Vocabulary Requirement Price
HSK Level 1150150RMB
HSK Level 2300250RMB
HSK Level 3600350RMB
HSK Level 41200450RMB
HSK Level 52500550RMB
HSK Level 6Over 5,000650RMB
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New HSK and Old HSK
New HSK:
1 TO 6 Levels, and around 8 times tests/year;
New HSK has 6 certificates;
Old HSK:
1 TO 11 Levels; and around 2 or 3 times tests/year;
About HSK
Current Structure of HSK
Hanban (中国国家对外汉语教学领导小组办公室(简称国家汉办); China National Office for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (Hanban)) is currently responsible for the HSK exams and introduced a new format in November 2009.[3]
Advanced: 5-6
Intermediate: 3-4
Elementary: 1-2
The new format's emphasis is "comprehensive language and communication ability".[1] Most notable is the inclusion of spoken and written segments at all levels (not just Advanced), reformation of the ranking system, and use of new question structures. The new ranking system reduces the three test formats to Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced. Each level has two sub-levels: "acceptable" and "with honors." Hanban also provides examples of the exam for the different levels together with a list of words that need to be known for each level.[4] Currently this page is only available in Chinese. These examples are also available (together with the audio for the Listening Test) on the website of the Confucius Institute at QUT
The Ranking of HSK
Formerly, there were 11 possible ranks (1-11) and 3 test formats (Basic, Elementary/Intermediate, and Advanced).
A student taking the Basic test (基础HSK) could attain a rank of 1 through 3 (1级-3级), or fail to meet requirements and thus not receive a rank. The Elementary/Intermediate test (初中等HSK) covered ranks 3-8 (3级-8级), with ranks below 3 not considered. Likewise, the Advanced test (高等HSK) covered ranks 9-11 (9级-11级), with scores below 9 not considered.
It is not uncommon to simply refer to a standard or level of proficiency by the HSK level number, or "score." For example, a job description might ask for foreign applicants with "HSK5 or better."
What's HSK
The Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi, (simplified Chinese: 汉语水平考试; traditional Chinese: 漢語水平考試; pinyin: Hànyǔ Shǔipíng Kǎoshì), abbreviated as HSK, is the People's Republic of China's only standardized test of Standard Mandarin Chinese proficiency for non-native speakers, namely foreign students, overseas Chinese, and members of ethnic minority groups in China. It is also known as the "Chinese Proficiency Test"
Development began in 1984 at Beijing Language and Culture University and in 1992 the HSK was officially made a national standardized test. By 2005, over 120 countries had participated as regular host sites, and around 1 million had taken the test.[2] While today one may register online, all testing is still done in person, and all assessment is still handled within China.
Why take HSK test?
The HSK test approximates the English TOEFL, and an HSK certificate is valid without any limitation in The People's Republic of China. The test aims to be a certificate of language proficiency for higher educational and professional purposes. Based on the test's original (pre-2010) format, a rank of between 3 and 8 was needed to enroll in a Chinese university, depending on the subject being studied. A score of 9 or higher was a common business standard[citation needed].
Each year HSK certificates are issued to those who meet required scores. The HSK is primarily administered in Simplified Chinese. In addition test takers with outstanding results can win a scholarship for short-term language study in China.