The HSK 3 is the third in the series of six exams that comprises the HSK exam series. The HSK 3 will assess your ability to speak, read, write and listen to Chinese. You will need to be able to write Chinese characters for this exam. The HSK 3 corresponds to a CEFR B1 level of difficulty (low intermediate to intermediate).
Before you begin to prepare yourself you will need to know about the format, the content of sections and questions, what time limits there are, how many characters will you need to know and what topics you will encounter. Also, some tips on test preparation would be useful, too.
That’s what these blogs are for. We’ve taken the time to go over the HSK 3 and talk to people about it and then blog for you. Not knowing is often the most worrisome part of an exam or any event in your life. When you have a clear idea of what to expect, then you can think about what to do and be mentally prepared. We’ve got all the information that you will need to get a clear picture of what the HSK 3 is like and how to go about preparing for it.
Read the blogs and take your first steps in getting ready for the HSK 3.