Can You Pass HSK2?
Do you think you can you pass the HSK2 exam? At LingoClass we understand the HSK testing can be intimidating and it's often difficult to know whether you've reached the appropriate level before taking the exam.
Well wonder no more! Our expert teachers have developed this free online HSK2 mock exam. If you can pass the test below you can pass the real HSK2 exam for sure! Good luck!
Please attempt to answer every question below. If you don't understand it just take your time and do your best. There is nobody judging you here!
Please note it is very difficult to accurately assess someone's HSK level from a short online test. If you found it too difficult you can always try our HSK1 quiz by clicking here.
If you're interested in studying with us, our teachers can help you to more thoroughly understand and build upon your current level.
We hope to see you soon!
What is HSK?
HSK is the official exam for assessing the Chinese language abilities of non-native learners. The HSK test assesses one's ability to read, write and understand Mandarin. It is traditionally split into 6 levels, HSK1 being the easiest and HSK6 being the most difficult.
The HSKK exam is a separate but similar test assessing students' ability to speak Mandarin. Audio recording devices are used and answers are assessed by examiners before giving a final score. You can find out more about the difference between the HSK and HSKK exams below.
How Many HSK Levels are there?
HSK has been split into 6 levels since its conception but many people took issue with the fact that the levels didn't correspond with those for European languages and that HSK6 wasn't difficult enough, with many learners passing the HSK6 exam and realising they were still very far from fluent in Mandarin.
To counter this, the HSK levels have very recently been split into 9 levels, with 3 additional harder levels being created. While this may sound like a negative the implications aren't all bad! Find out all you need to know below.
How Can I Improve my HSK Level?
Improving your HSK level is an important goal for most Chinese language students. It's a great qualification and an excellent way to track your learning progress over time. The best way to improve is by studying with a qualified teacher and immersing yourself in the language as much as possible.
However, you will also need to self-study and may wish to sit past papers or read about how other people have studied for the test. To help you do this we've built a resource hub dedicated specifically to all things HSK. Explore below!