Chinese with listening is one of the SAT II subject test which is primarily given by students from China. Chinese is not an easy language to learn or to study. Majority of the students who give Chinese language subject test actually speak Chinese and hence it becomes quite easy for them to crack the exam with highest possible marks. The average score for Chinese is around 750. You can not expect this score if you Chinese is not your mother tongue.
If you have planned to take Chinese with listening as one of your SAT II subject test then you must learn and study Chinese on a regular basis else you will score just average marks. You need to know grammar rules and other various factors of Chinese language. You can learn from number of books which are available. We are listing few of them below.
Here are few prep books available for Chinese SAT II Subject Test :
- Chinese SAT II: Sample Tests by Association of Northern California Chine
- Sat II Vol 2 W/ CD (English and Chinese Edition) by College Board
- Chinese SAT II Simulated Tests by Qian Wang
- SAT Vocabulary (Chinese Edition) by Pan Lei
- Barron’s AP Chinese Language and Culture with MP3 CD, 2nd Edition by Yan Shen M.A.
Compiled by the Association of Northern California of Chinese Schools, the first study guide includes sample tests and tips on how to score high on the SAT II Subject Test in Chinese. Each book includes two free audio CD’s and questions that test grammar.
You can buy the first two textbooks as they are from standard publications and college board itself. If you want to study Chinese in depth then you can have other books listed above. Chinese test can be only be cracked if you have a daily practice else you will score less marks which will not useful for taking admission in the college of your choice.
We are trying to find study material PDF for Chinese with Listening subject test. We will upload the same on this website for free download for extra preparation. Don’t forget to practice questions on college boards website to know about the pattern of questions being asked in the actual test.