Collaborating with the Chinese program in the Department of Asian and Slavic Languages and literatures, Confucius Institute at the University of Iowa will start offering HSK Internet-based tests.
What is HSK?
HSK is an international standardized Chinese language test to measure the ability of non-native Chinese speakers to communicate in Chinese in daily lives, academic and working settings.
Why take the HSK test? Chinese tests help you study in China, apply for scholarship and summer camp, build your career and test your Chinese language proficiency. For more information, please visit www.cis.chinese.cn
2016 Test schedule
Testing center: Confucius Institute at the University of Iowa (UICI美国爱荷华大学孔子学院)
Test date and times: HSK Level 1-6—April 16th and November 12th, 2016
Testing location: 120 Phillips Hall (Language Media Center), The University of Iowa, Iowa City, 52242.
Deadline to register: To have the test on April 16th, please register online by April 6th. To have the test on November 12th, please register online by November 2nd.
Register online at www.chinesetest.cn and pay the fee online before the deadline of registration. Please see registration fee in the table below:
Please print the admission ticket and bring it together with your ID to the test center.
Score report: You could find your score at www.chinesetest.cn 30 days after the test date using the admission ticket number and name. You could get the score report with your admission ticket at the test center.
Important update: Starting October 1st, 2015, HSK score is valid for two years.