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You can signup for HSKrevision.com for free and get learning within seconds. If you are looking to do more frequent or intensive studying then our subscriptions have a range of offers to suit your needs. This is an easy process which is done through Paypal.
 

Click to Start Learning

Once on your personal control panel, you’re one click away from a host of options. Most importantly you are one click away from learning new Mandarin words. Learn wherever, whenever you want to at your pace.
 

Content

All of the content is aimed to help you deal with daily life in Chinese. We’ve put the words into levels so you can focus on making sure you’ve mastered those Chinese words before moving onto the next level.
 

Review Your Progress

Anytime you want you can review how you’re doing. Want to know how many words you’ve looked at this week? How many Chinese words you’ve mastered today? All of this information, and more, is available through your control panel.
 

HSK

The Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) exam is the gold standard standardised exam of Mandarin Chinese ability. It is the Mandarin equivalent of IELTS or TOEFL which are taken to prove English langauge ablility. Underlying the Mandarin Chinese words in HSKrevision.com is the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) exam structure which goes from levels 1 to 6. This means that as you master Chinese words in HSKrevision.com, you are preparing yourself for the HSK exam .
 

Method

HSKrevision.com focuses on vocabulary drills. It uses a scheduler which ensures that words continue to be rotated according to how well you know them. Therefore, if you master a word quickly you will be presented with lots of other words before you see it again. This ensures that not only will you continue to expand your vocabulary, but that you keep your existing knowledge fresh.
 

Set Goals

We all can do with a nudge (or sometimes a little more) to get us to do something. With HSKrevision.com you can decide how much Chinese you want to learn and how much time you want to spend doing it. So whether you want to do five minutes a day or two hours every Saturday, you can set those goals. Need some peer pressure? Post the goals on Twitter!
 

Synchronisation

No matter where you’ve been studying – in a coffee shop on your tablet, in bed on your laptop or at the office on a desktop – your progress is synchronised so you can keep building (as long as you’re signed into your account!)
 

Twitter, Facebook

So you’ve done a few tests, you’re scoring well and are rightly proud of what you’ve achieved. You can share this progress with a quick Tweet or post it on Facebook.
 

Use Your Mandarin

This is the most important point of learning Mandarin. Whether you’re living in China using it in daily life, studying at College for a credit or perhaps have a new in-law who is from China – get out there and start using your Mandarin!