OET The Complete Guide – Refresh 2.0 for Nursing and Medicine

By PeterThe OET Complete Guide – Refresh 2.0 is a set of textbooks aimed at overseas qualified international nurses and medics who need to pass the Occupational English Test (OET) in order to practice their profession in the UK. The two main books, OET (Nursing) Complete Guide and OET (Medicine) for Doctors, are up-to-date versions created to allow readers to pass the OET exam version 2.0. Each book contains segments on the four key OET stages; reading, writing, listening and [...]

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oet results for may

May #OETresults are coming next Tuesday

By ElisaThe May #OETresults are coming next Tuesday! Did that give you a shiver? Are you suddenly nervous, panicking and stressed out? Let me guess… you are probably one of the healthcare professionals who did last month’s OET exam, right? The cure for OET exam result stress is: us of course! Just kidding…or maybe not… Look, I know that waiting for the exam results is as stressful as doing an exam itself. So I will give you couple of tips to get a rid [...]

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Monday to Thursday OET course

Monday to Thursday for OET City Courses

By GurjitWe’ve started OET courses from Monday to Thursday at our Brand New Marylebone Centre in Central London! You will all be glad to hear that you can now book yourself onto an Occupational English Test from Monday to Thursday’s due to the great demand. So whether you are not available due to any work commitments or due to family arrangement or whatever it may be… not to fear and no excuses. OET courses will be running from Monday to Thursday and [...]

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Writing feedback

Get (OET) Writing

Inspired by one of our doctors and created specifically for the OET, comes our OET writing service. For medics taking the leap from IELTS and into OET, we’ve streamlined writing practice to enable you to practice responding to OET case notes. For the past three weeks, we’ve been accumulating case notes and model answers that give you a taste of what to expect in the exam. What’s more, when you choose one of the OET packages below, we’ll give [...]

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OET changes in September

OET changes in September — can you take your shot now?

By ElisaHave you heard the latest OET news? Well, the OET exam is going to be updated in September 2018. The Occupational English Test is being updated in Autumn to ensure that it remains relevant by reflecting the types of real communication scenarios the healthcare professional will most likely face at work. The OET wants to meet the new expectations the healthcare’s world is demanding today. Indeed, nowadays healthcare professionals and patients are travelling throughout the world to provide or receive care, which [...]

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OET (Medicine) Writing Guide for Doctors

OET (Medicine) Writing Guide for Doctors — OUT NOW

We’ve done it again! In stock and shipping now is the OET (Medicine) Writing Guide for Doctors. In order to succeed in the Writing exam of the OET Medicine, overseas qualified doctors need to be able to write a discharge/referral or transfer letter to a healthcare professional or a letter of advice to a member of the public. This requires knowing letter writing convention and also the best methods for selecting the correct information to put into the letter, so [...]

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OET Live Mock Exam

By ElisaEveryone knows that the more times you practice, the better you’ll be. Our healthcare professionals have shown that the Occupational English Test is an exam that with the right amount of attention and practice, can open professional doors that were previously closed. The OET is a test that our medics should be able to pass on the first attempt. This is the reason that in addition to our the in-person OET (Nursing) and OET (Medicine) courses that we have in [...]

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Doctors OET Is Now Accepted By the GMC

By BenLast week, the GMC announced that it will now also accept the OET (Occupational English Test) as an option to satisfy its English language requirements.  OET, like the IELTS, is a set of exams that test four communication skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. The OET, howeve,r can be differentiated from the IELTS exams in a number of ways. Firstly the OET exam uses the English language relevant to the occupation of our healthcare professionals. The aim of the OET [...]

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