OET is an international English language test that assesses the language communication skills of healthcare professionals who seek to register and practise in an English-speaking environment.
Who Recognises OET?
OET is trusted by regulators, hospitals & universities in the UK, the US, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Dubai and Singapore as proof of ability to communicate effectively.
OET covers all four language skills with an emphasis on communication in a healthcare environment.
IH Manchester can help you to OET success!
OET 1:1 lessons with IH Manchester are designed to give you the language and test skills needed to pass and move on to the next stage of your medical career in The UK, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand.
Why study OET with IH Manchester?
Study with full trained and qualified OET experts
Access to our online study platform with content written by leading OET professionals and which includes 35 videos, 45 audio tracks and 100s of different tasks and activities including test practice.
IH Manchester’s flipped learning approach means you learn efficiently. Students can complete activities on our platform before class so more class time is spent practising, consolidating understanding and receiving feedback.
Learn the language skills required for exam success including integrated grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation work as well as exam focused writing, reading, speaking and listening practice.
Learn how to succeed with focused exam criteria explanations integrated throughout the student’s programme. Understand each section of each part of the test and how to succeed.
Exam practice including speaking test roles plays and written test script correction throughout the programme as required.
Reach OET B Nurses
An introduction to the OET
•About the test
•A personal experience of taking the OET
•Booking the test
•Medical and academic English
•What level do you need?
The Listening paper
Section A listening to consultations
•Section B listening to workplace conversations•Section C listening to talks
•Analysing language and structure
•Comparing medical and everyday language
•Understanding numbers and statistics
•Understanding abbreviations and acronyms
•Practising different activity types
The Writing paper
•Analysing case notes
•Writing referral letters
•Using the correct format and structure
•Using appropriate language
•Describing complaints and symptoms
•Describing about past medical history
•Describing diseases and conditions
•Describing tests, treatments, medicationsand surgery
•Saying what different healthcare professionals do
The reading paper
•Section A rapid text analysis
•Section B understanding workplace texts
•Section C understanding longer articles
•Working with academic medical texts
•Analysing different types of text
•Understanding graphs and tables
•Completing a summary
•Answering multiple choice questions
The speaking paper
•Analysing different role plays
•The structure and format of the test
•Managing the warm-up conversation
•Starting the role play
•Using appropriate questions
•Describing symptoms and pain
•Describing tests, treatment, medications andside-effects
•Explaining wound care and dressings
•Giving advice and explanations
•Communicating empathetically and effectively
•Using everyday language
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