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A year course for HSK level 1 ?No!







The HSK is used as a certificate for foreign students to come to China to study in Chinese institutions of higher learning, and its validity period is two years (counting from the day of the test).



So, if you are Chinese citizen, it's not suitable

If you not going to China in 2 years for study, not very suitable


HSK level 1 test download - 可以下载后给自己的孩子测试一下

GCSE是中学阶段的考试,GCSE Tier分为基础层次(fundation)和高级层次(higher)



British university majors that accept A-Level Chinese scores:

1. 会计金融专业:杜伦大学、曼彻斯特大学、朴茨茅斯大学、桑德兰大学、考文垂大学

2. 化学工程专业:曼彻斯特大学、伯明翰大学

3. 计算机科学专业:曼彻斯特大学、拉夫堡大学

4. 精算专业:肯特大学、利兹大学

5. 金融数学专业:莱斯特大学、肯特大学、基尔大学、金士顿大学

1. Accounting and Finance: Durham University, Manchester University, Portsmouth University, Sunderland University, Coventry University

2. Chemical Engineering: University of Manchester, University of Birmingham

3. Computer Science: University of Manchester, Loughborough University

4. Actuarial science: University of Kent, University of Leeds

5. Financial Mathematics: University of Leicester, University of Kent, Keele University, Kingston University


因为A level 的中文考试和以上的不是一个量级。A level考试难度介于HSK5-6之间。

A Level is more rigorous in an academic sense, HSK and A level have different purposes so might not be directly comparable. A level requests a lot of reading, HSK a straightforward course taht appears to require a lot more speed and exam skill.

There are roughly 50,000 characters in the standard national Chinese dictionary.

You can be fluent in English even if you don’t come close to knowing all of the 171,476 words in the Oxford Dictionary. Chinese isn’t any different in this respect.

The average Chinese person only needs to know 1,500 to 2,000 characters to be legally recognized as fluent. Those 1,500 to 2,000 characters represent a basic education level that can help you make it in day-to-day life.

The word count is where your Chinese fluency goals come into play. Because Chinese fluency is legally measured by character count, it’s assumed that you’d be able to put those characters into words the way we did with the exercise above.

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