Any test is a reason to feel nervous. We want to do our best. We want to achieve the result we have been working towards. We want to demonstrate that we have the skills required. (more…)
You might think something as small as whether you should write your answers to the OET test in pen or pencil is not worth thinking about as part of your test preparation. I would say think again. (more…)
It's a good idea to spend a few minutes planning your letter and organising the content of each paragraph once the writing time starts.
Practising English by doing things you enjoy is equally valuable to practising English specifically for work or the OET. You need to have a good knowledge of everyday English including informal expressions as well as non-technical English.
Making the decision to apply for the OET test is a significant one. Find out how much your know about the process by taking this pre-test true/false quiz
You will feel more relaxed and be able to focus more clearly on what you are doing if you don’t keep looking at the clock at the front of the room.
During the preparation time before each role-play in the Speaking test you can ask the interlocutor questions about the task. There is no impact on your result from asking questions and having the answer may even help you achieve a better score.…