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OET Preparation Course

The Occupational English Test (OET) is an English language test for healthcare professionals recognised by various regulatory healthcare bodies.
It assesses the English language communication skills of healthcare professionals who wish to register and practise in an English speaking region.

OET is available for professionals who work in the fields of dentistry, dietetics, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry, radiography, speech pathology, and veterinary science.

OET is recognised by regulatory healthcare boards and councils in

Cambridge English Academy (CEA) India OET Course: What we provide.

When it comes to OET test preparation, quality teaching, practice materials and methods are absolutely crucial.

The methods Cambridge English Academy (CEA) India have created are formulated to get you the best results. We have developed strategies and techniques so you’ll know the best way to answer all the different question types and deal with the modules when coping with time management etc

Our teaching methods are researched and tested, so with the guidance of our training team who will help you throughout your course you can be sure of getting the scores you need.

Candidates are required to demonstrate that they can follow and understand a range of health related spoken materials such as patient consultations and lectures.

Part A assesses candidates’ ability to identify specific information during a consultation. They are required to listen to two recorded health professional-patient consultations and complete the health professional’s notes using the information they hear.

Part B tests candidates’ ability to identify the detail, gist, opinion or purpose of short extracts from the healthcare workplace. They are required to listen to six recorded extracts (e.g. team briefings, handovers, or health professional and patient dialogues) and answer one multiple choice question for each extract.

Part C assesses candidates’ ability to follow a recorded presentation or interview on a range of accessible healthcare topics. They are required to listen to two different extracts and answer six multiple choice questions for each extract.

Candidates are required to demonstrate that they can read and understand different types of text on health related subjects.

Part A assesses candidates’ ability to locate specific information from four short texts in a quick and efficient manner. The four short texts relate to a single healthcare topic, and they must answer 20 questions in the allocated time period. The 20 questions consist of matching, sentence completion and short answer questions.

Part B assesses candidates’ ability to identify the detail, gist or main point of six short texts sourced from the healthcare workplace (100-150 words each). The texts might consist of extracts from policy documents, hospital guidelines, manuals or internal communications, such as emails or memos. For each text, there is one three option multiple choice question.

Part C assesses candidates’ ability to identify detailed meaning and opinion in two texts on topics of interest to healthcare professionals (800 words each). For each text, candidates must answer eight four option multiple choice questions.

The task is to write a letter, usually a referral letter. Sometimes, especially for some professions, a different type of letter is required: e.g. a letter of transfer or discharge, or a letter to advise or inform a patient, carer, or group.

The Speaking sub-test is delivered individually and the candidate takes part in two role plays. In each role play, the candidate takes his or her professional role (for example, as a nurse or as a pharmacist) while the interlocutor plays a patient, a client, or a patient’s relative or carer.

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