On May 16, 2015, the Chinese Language Center of the Open University of China successfully held the HSK and HSKK exams. Eight levels were tested in 10 examination rooms: the HSK 2 to HSK 6, as well as the HSKK elementary, intermediate and high-level examinations. 161 examinees from the Open University of China and other colleges in Beijing participated, with 78 taking oral exams.
In order to accommodate the increasing numbers of examinees who had applied to take the HSKK oral examinations, the OUC made use of 2 large computer classrooms, capable of holding 135 examinees taking part in the oral exams, as examination rooms. Meanwhile, it also hired and trained new examination monitors. At present, the number of examination monitors is twice what it was when the site was established. In addition, the examination site now provides HSK exercises and practice tests for free on the Myechinese platform （hsk.myechinese.com）to help examinees familiarize themselves with the examinations and prepare for them.
In order to ensure the success of the exams, all staff attended a meeting beforehand in order to cover possible problems, solutions and emergency situations. What's more, the chief supervisor and monitor made sure the examination rooms and the rules, among other things, were in proper order ahead of time.
Since the first HSK examination was held at the OUC examination site in May, 2014, nine exams have been held, and the number of examinees has reached 400. The examination staff went to middle and high schools, places where foreigners gather, and cafes in order to advertise the exams and give instructions on how to take part in them. They also gave lectures and practice exams, both on-site and online, to teach the process and help prepare examinees for the exams.