Just like in real life, you need to take control of the conversation during the OET Speaking test. Do you know how?
Don’t mix up medical knowledge and English language skills during the Writing subtest, it might cost you. Find out how to avoid this here.
Do you know when to use ‘the’ and when to use ‘a’ or ‘an’? If you don’t know the answer, take a look at our handy example and explainer.
Do you know if spelling and grammar is essential to Listening Part A? Find out what our OET expert has to say on the matter.
Study with your partner this Valentine’s Day with these three easy ideas! Share the love and get your partner to help you on your journey to OET Success!
You should always write the patient’s name when referring to them in a letter or other written document. Find out why in our newest blog.
Make sure you have accurate information about Reading Part C For more information about Reading, this will give you everything you need to know. We also recommend watching the on demand Reading Masterclass.
The importance of opinions Part of the testing focus in Listening Part C is to check your understanding of opinions. In your work day you will hear many different opinions from both colleagues and patients. Often the presentation of one opinion will…
Here's how to read for success in Reading Part C The topics of the 2 Reading Part C texts are of general healthcare interest aimed at intelligent professionals. They are the types of text you might read in your free time to…
Are you confident you can answer 5/5 correct? If there were any gaps in your knowledge, find out more Listening specific test information or watch the Listening Masterclass. Knowing what to expect in Listening Part C will improve your confidence on test…