Looking for OET courses to prepare for the OET exam?

Our courses are designed for healthcare professionals like you

The OET exam is designed for a variety of health care professionals. It gives you the opportunity to demonstrate an appropriate level of English for working in the UK, while also providing relevant language development.

It meets the needs of nurses, doctors, dentists, pharmacists, optometrists, podiatrists, occupational therapists, veterinarians, speech pathologists, dieticians, physiotherapists and radiographers.

The OET exam can be used for both professional registration and visa purposes.
The exam is structured in 4 modules:

OET listening

Approximately 40 minutes and has 3 sections where you will listen to different recordings

OET reading

60 minutes for 42 questions

OET writing

OET Writing is profession-specific. This means that in OET Writing, the candidate will be able to showcase his or her knowledge in their particular medical field

OET speaking

The shortest among the four OET sub-tests, OET Speaking runs for approximately 20 minutes, and again, will be specific to your healthcare field

The OET course explained

Our OET courses are carefully planned. Before starting with us, we first give an English test with advice about your level and what you need to cover to help pass the exam. Strategies are taught for all four parts and you will:

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How do the OET courses work?

You will then follow a personalized course plan. We will then either:
place you in a small group in accordance with your level and with students from the same medical area
start one- to- one lessons with you.
Lessons are on Zoom, so it does not matter where you live. We will also further support you
between lessons with:
 – Regular email contact to give advice and correct homework.

 – Access to Moodle, an online platform which contains homework and extra study materials.

 – Oral and written feedback on recorded speaking practice

Comparison between OET and IELTS

SPEAKINGTests both your language and your ability to communicate in your work-place environment.Only focuses on talking about different general topics
WRITINGCentres on a work-related letterAsks you to write non-specific tasks relating to an academic essay and analysis of data, maps and processes
LISTENING AND READINGExamines your ability to find information from medical textsCentres on finding information from generic academic texts
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