Government Chinese Proficiency Web Test practice page not working....

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Government Chinese Proficiency Web Test practice page not working....

Postby Taiwan_Student » 04 Jul 2012, 16:16

Is this truly a case of the government not getting any thing right or do I have the wrong browser and add ons...


I'm using Firefox. Windows 7. The audio is not playing. As usual, the instructions are not clear and there is no clear help page. It seems like a great site if I could just get it to work...
http://edu.ocac.gov.tw/interact/chitest/index.html
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Re: Government Chinese Proficiency Web Test practice page not working....

Postby cranky laowai » 04 Jul 2012, 16:30

Typical government incompetence. When a Taiwan gov't site doesn't work, fall back to IE, since that's usually all any government webmaster thinks to design anything for. But even that won't completely save that site, e.g.:

The answer for question (1). is 3
Your have answered option 3.

You have corrected answered 1 questions in the last part.
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