The Chinese Proficiency Tests, Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi or HSK, are The People's Republic of China's only standardized Chinese tests for non-native speakers.
HSK New version: Since March 2010, the new HSK version has been launched. In the new HSK, the written and oral exams are distinct parts, each following its own scale.
HSK Speaking Test - Advance
Structure - It aims to a test taker's Chinese oral proficiency, it is equivalent to HSK level 6, or the Common European Framework Reference for Language (CEFR) level C. After the completion of HSK.HK level 5 and 6 course, test takers should be able to understand Chinese and express their own ideas fluently with the language.
Skills required - 5,000 words (about 2,633 characters)
Oral test - 24 minutes