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English test for medical professionals now more accessible

By 5 August 2013August 17th, 2015OET News


The Occupational English Test for healthcare professionals is now more accessible, with tests to be scheduled ten times a year in 2014 (up from seven in 2013), and a reduction in the cost of the test for many candidates. From October this year OET candidates will now pay the same AUD$580 test fee, regardless of the location in which they take the test. Candidates previously paid a higher fee if they were outside Australia. The changes to OET have been made as part of an enhanced focus on quality and accessibility by the newly formed Cambridge Box Hill Language Assessment, a venture between the University of Cambridge’s language assessment arm, Cambridge English, and Melbourne’s Box Hill Institute.

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