Cadets Pass Chinese Proficiency Test

28 cadets pass the HSK Chinese Proficiency Test - a professional and academic credential that is recognized worldwide.
RMA cadets are required to take the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) test, also known as the Chinese Proficiency Test, as a conclusion of Chinese 1 and Chinese 2. HSK is an international standardized test which consists of Chinese language proficiency (assesses non-native Chinese speakers') abilities in using the Chinese language in their daily, academic and professional lives. Cadets who complete the program and pass the HSK have a documented professional and academic credential, which is recognized in universities and businesses around the world. 
  • Cadet David Cook (Chinese 1) and cadet Owen Li (Chinese 2 Honor) scored 200/200 in HSK1 and HSK2. 
  • Cadet Juan Pablo Nava and Cadet JohnPaull passed HSK3. 
  • Cadet Derek Roach, David Samurin, and Walker Corbin scored 100/100 in the reading section.
  • Cadet Sean Bang scored 100/100 in the listening section.
Congratulations to our cadets and the Chinese teacher, Zihan (Sandra) Lin on this outstanding accomplishment.