Test of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK)
2003/11/14
1. Test of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry

Applicants for undergraduates in science, engineering, agriculture or medicine shall take the tests of mathematics, physics and chemistry organized by the Chinese embassy entrusted by the CSC. The minimum score for admission is 180. Undergraduates in economics, trade or management shall take part in the test of mathematics. The minimum score for admission is 60.

The CSC will entrust the Chinese Embassy or Chinese institutions of higher learning to hold the Test of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. The examination is usually held in March. After the examination, the holding unit will provide the testees the certificate of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Tests.

2. Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK)

HSK is a standardized test to measure the Chinese proficiency non-native speakers. It is held by the State HSK Committee in some Chinese embassies or Chinese institutions of higher learning. Applicants for undergraduates of Chinese literature, history, philosophy, traditional Chinese medicine and traditional Chinese pharmacy shall reach Medium C level (level 6). Applicants for undergraduates of other majors shall reach Primary C level.

For details, please consult the Department of Language and International Studies, RMIT University, or the Education Office of the Chinese Consulate General in Melbourne or directly consult the State HSK Committee.

Department of Language and International Studies, RMIT University:
Tel: 03-99254840 Fax: 03-99254404
Email: caf@rmit.edu.au (Address to: Ms. Guosheng Chen)

Education Office of the Chinese Consulate General in Melbourne:
2 Redcourt Avenue, Armadale, Vic 3143
Tel: 03-9509 2788
Fax: 03-9059 9600

Office of State HSK Committee
Tel: 0086-10-82303682 Fax:0086-10-82303915
Address: No 15 Xueyuan Lu, Haidian District Beijing, PRC, 100083
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