NEW: Chinese crash course for HSK exam at Mandarin House

21 July 2013

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HSK, the internationally recognized Chinese proficiency exam, is far from being an easy test.

With their new HSK preparation crash course, Mandarin house offer strong support to their student so that they can achieve the best possible results. The HSK test results set learners apart, so the course will focus particularly on the style, vocabulary, and terminology required by the exam.

"Thanks to our professional experienced teachers, students can enter the test room feeling confident and prepared" explains Jasmine Bian, owner of the school.

"Mandarin House has already helped over 1000 students achieve their HSK goals" says Jasmine. This new crash course is designed to help many more.

*China’s Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) is the standardized national test used to determine the fluency of non-native speakers in Chinese and is used by all Chinese universities to assess the enrolment of foreign students and by a number of companies looking for foreign workers.

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