The OET (Occupational English Test) is designed to assess the English language communication skills for people working in the healthcare sector. It’s an international test for healthcare professionals who want to study and work in an English speaking Country and is accepted in countries such as Australia and New Zealand. We provide all kinds of guidance to prepare you for the exam and get you through it with excellence. You can contact us right away if you need any information or if you have any queries regarding the exam or our program.
OET is recommended for the following people:
Some of the main features of our training sessions are:
This includes tasks assessing comprehension, such as:
Part A tests the candidate’s ability to retrieve required information quickly by “skimming” the provided text and to obtain comprehensive information from multiple texts. This section involves reading 3-4 short texts related to a single topic (approx. 650 words) and then completing a summary paragraph by filling in the missing words (25- 35)
Part B tests the candidate’s ability to read and comprehend longer passages of texts on health related topics such as those in academic journals. This section includes two passages of 600-800 words each and a set of multiple choice questions (16-20 in total)
Your performance is scored against five criteria and receives a band score for each criterion- Overall Task Fulfillment, Appropriateness of Language, Comprehension of Stimulus, Linguistic Features (Grammar and Cohesion), Presentation Features (Spelling, Punctuation, Layout)
Your performance on each of the two role-plays is scored against five criteria and receives a band score for each criterion-Overall Communicative Effectiveness, Intelligibility Fluency, Appropriateness, Resources of Grammar and Expression.