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How to Score in OET Letter

How to Score in OET Letter ? OET (Occupational English Language test) is an English language proficiency examination. What makes OET different from other English language tests? OET is preferred by medical professionals because rather than a common English test. OET test is based on clinical communication scenarios which are familiar to the medical and […]...

Use of colon and semicolon in OET writing

Use of colon and semicolon in OET writing The writing task of OET is to write a formal letter. It is not about how much of a healthcare expert you are or how much you know about the healthcare topic in question. Still, it is more about presenting what you know rather than what is […]...

How to achieve a high score in the subtest of OET Writing?

How to achieve a high score in the subtest of OET Writing? The OET Writing sub-test is different from any other writing test. You will get a case note and a task in the OET Writing subtest. You need to select the relevant information given in the case notes according to the task, create a logical […]...

HOW TO USE CONNECTORS TO ADD CLARITY TO YOUR OET WRITING ?

HOW TO USE CONNECTORS TO ADD CLARITY TO YOUR OET WRITING ? LOOK HOW CONNECTORS ARE USED APTLY IN OET WRITING. Role of Connectors, connectives or conjunctions in OET Writing plays a vital role. Connectors are an essential tool in OET Writing. They are used to convert sentences from simple to compound and complex to […]...

How to use pronouns properly in an OET letter?

How to use pronouns properly in an OET letter? Pronouns are a small set of words used instead of a noun, an essential category of nouns. We can use them to replace other nouns in a sentence. But sometimes, it can be hard to know when to use them. E.g: I, me, he, she, herself, […]...

It Would Be Appreciated Vs It Would Be Greatly Appreciated

It Would Be Appreciated Vs It Would Be Greatly Appreciated In the OET Writing sub-test, you will get case notes and tasks.  According to the task, you need to select from the case notes and create a logical structure for your letter, and then you have to write the letter in your own words. The […]...

Continuing Care Vs Continuous Care

Continuing Care Vs Continuous Care The OET is an English Language Proficiency Test that assesses the English Language skills of healthcare professionals. Job seekers of the health care industry who want to register and practice in an English-speaking countries must pass The Occupational English Test. The OET writing section includes the task of writing a […]...

Confusing English words in OET Writing

Confusing English words in OET Writing The English language is always confusing. It’s essential to understand the difference between commonly confused words. A lot of words are similar but have different meanings; as a result, it is almost impossible to avoid making mistakes in English. Some English words have multiple meanings. They are confusing and […]...

Interpretation of Question Mark in OET Writing

Interpretation of Question Mark in OET Writing Question mark (?) is the common symbol used in OET Writing case notes. It is placed next to another word. You need to interpret this symbol and transform it into a complete, accurate sentence. You will have to change case notes into grammatically correct sentences to clarify the meaning […]...

OET letter types in the OET writing module

OET letter types in the OET writing module In OET writing session, you need to plan and write a letter to another healthcare professional. A real-life health care situation would be the scenario. this letter should include detailed information about patients. A brief information like patients’ past medical history, family details, and current medical conditions […]...

3 OET letter types in the OET writing module?

3 OET letter types in the OET writing module? In OET writing section you need to plan and write letter to another healthcare professional the scenario will be based on real life healthcare situation this letter should include a detailed information of patients. Information like patients’ past medical history, family details, current medical situation and […]...
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