HSK lists outdated?



I am new to Skritter and working my way through the HSK 1 list and am quite happy with the app.
However, I am wondering why the available lists are outdated?
it states: “This is the new HSK version from 2009”

Where can I find the updated lists?

best regards


Hi Meista,

There’s two sets of HSK lists, old ones, and new ones. You can go to the lists area and make sure the HSK list you’re choosing is labeled as “new”

Here’s a link to HSK 1:


I didn’t get an answer to this question I posed in another thread, so I am re-posting it here:
I wonder why this HSK 3 list ( https://skritter.com/vocablists/view/5211551419334656 ) has 600 characters instead of 300 for the 2009 version list on Skritter… It says it is the 2016 update to HSK 3, so should be very recent. DId the number of words for HSK 3 really double?


Perhaps the description is not very accurate, and they mean HSK up to and including 3?
The list has 600 words, not 600 characters. Also it includes 我 which I assume is an HSK1 word. 600 words is 150+150+300 (HSK1+2+3).
I will bet the list contains 617 unique characters.
Adding this won’t hurt you though, Skritter will just jump over the HSK1+2 words you presumably already know.


The system will skip over anything that you’ve already added (not affecting it’s progress) and it does look like the HSK list contains items from previous HSK lists, what @bezdomny said! It sounds like we might want to update the lists again and make sure that they are separated and not containing any shared items between lists.


Thanks, Jeremy and bezdomny. At a minimum you should update the description to indicate that it is a cumulative list. For some people that might be useful.