HSK TEST

Fall 2017 HSK Test at the University of Nebraska

 

Deadline to Register: November 6, 2017

Examination Date: December 3, 2017

         HSK is a standardized Chinese proficiency test to measure the ability of non-native Chinese speakers to communicate in Chinese in daily life, academic and working settings. It is officially administered by the Confucius Institute Headquarters (Han ban) in Beijing, China. The test result is used to select participants for Confucius Institute Scholarships and the Summer Camp candidates. In addition, it is a plus for career building.

         The Confucius Institute (CI) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is a test center for HSK and holds the test twice each year. Any person interested is welcome to register and participate in the test. The upcoming test at the UNL Confucius Institute is on Sunday, December 3, 2017. (Central Time 9:00 am & 1:30 pm)

        HSK consists of 6 levels. Each candidate can select a suitable level to register. The test fee for each level is different (See the table below).

 

HSK Test Levels and Fees

 

Levels of Test

Test Fee ($)

HSK(Level 1)

20

HSK(Level 2)

30

HSK(Level 3)

40

HSK(Level 4)

50

HSK(Level 5)

60

HSK(Level 6)

70

 

 

To Register

 1.   The deadline to register is November 6, 2017.

2.   Log on to Official HSK Homepage Practice tests are also accessible from this page.

3.   Choose the test center—Confucius Institute, UNL and the test date December 3, 2017.

4.   Fill  in  your  personal  information  for  registration  and  submit  when  it  is  confirmed

      completely and correctly.

5.   Complete your registration.

 

Paying Test Fee

 

Once online registration is completed, please pay the test fee either by check or cashier’s check to Pam Snyder at the Confucius Institute University of Nebraska – Lincoln by December 3rd,2017. The check should be made payable to  the University of Nebraska-Lincoln,
W205 Nebraska Hall, 900 N 16th St., P.O. Box 880542, Lincoln NE 68588-0542.

 

Cancellation Refunds

If a student withdraws from the test and notifies the Confucius Institute 27 days or more prior to the test date, a full refund will be given.
If a student withdraws from the test and notifies the Confucius Institute 10 days before the test date, a 50% refund will be given.
If a student withdraws from the test and notifies the Confucius Institute less than 10 days before the test date, no refund will be given.

Questions? Contact these people

Ms. Pam Snyder

Email: psnyder2@unl.edu

 Tel: (402) 472-5370 (office)

Ms. Rui Liang

Email: rliang2@unl.edu

Tel: (402) 472 - 6696 (office)