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OET Silver Package

Cost - 50 USD / 3500 INR

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OET Silver Package (OET30) is for the following kinds of candidates:

  1. Those who are already close to BBBB/C+
  2. Those who have an English Medium school background
  3. Those who are exceptionally good in English and Common Sense.
  4. Those who have tried enough and have lost hope.
  5. Those who have lost faith in training.

Please remember, each Day of this program is divided into 2 halves (parts):

OET Silver Package (OET30) includes the following Tasks

  1. Grammar related tasks with Medical Examples
  2. Transcription of a short audio
  3. Labeling of a set of sentences and paragraphs
  4. Writing of a Letter
  5. Recording replies to a set of Speaking Questions
  6. Reading and answering a set of questions from a book (Extra-Reading)

First half of the Day

You have to complete all the tasks including transcription, labeling, letter writing, recording of speaking tasks and grammar tasks.

Second half of the Day

One this day 5 of the writing tasks (letters) will be corrected on the Live Page (Google Docs app for Mobile) and a Reading and Listening mock test will be conducted.

Important! If you are not one with the above mentioned qualities, OET Gold Package is recommended for you.

To understand OET Silver Package, Click here!

OET Silver Package – Task Pages

If you are familiar with this training pattern, please proceed to each day (for 2 days) and attempt all the tasks and submit your answers for viewing score.

If you are new here and therefore you are unfamiliar with the program details, please read carefully. Below are the methodology of OET30 Days Program.

OET Silver Package – Task Pages

If you are familiar with this training pattern, please proceed to each day (for 2 days) and attempt all the tasks and submit your answers for viewing score.

If you are new here and therefore you are unfamiliar with the program details, please read carefully. Below are the methodology of OET30 Days Program.

Transcription Task

Go ahead and transcribe listening task audios that you have. Listen as many times until you got all the words!

NB: Transcription Method will bore you and it takes a lot of time but this will change your listening experience!

How to Complete “Transcription Task?”

  • Take the listening audio which is shared on the OET30 premium Telegram group.
  • Get your headphone, pen, notebook and the device to play back the audio.
  • Start playing back and listen carefully.
  • As you listen to the audio, start writing down the dialogues and monologues in the notebook.
  • You will have to pause, stop, rewind and forward the playback head many times.
  • Complete Part A, Par B and Part C audios transcription.

That’s all!

NB: When you play back large audio files, listen continuously till the end and write the transcription, leaving blank spaces whenever you fail to understand a particular word. After reaching the end of the audio, replay and fill the blanks.

Sentence Labeling

Summarize the sentences in a word or 2!

Labeling is ‘summarizing’ sentences and paragraphs in a word or a few words. By ‘labeling’, you prepare your brain to understand your reading extracts in the fraction of a second, without feeling ‘tired of reading.’ Labeling helps you with:

  • Reading without getting tired;
  • Understanding the ideas very quickly;
  • Finding out the answers instantly and correctly.
  • Most importantly, Enhancing your comprehension pattern based on Brain Mapping.

Example 1

Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a disorder of the connective tissue characterized by fibrosis of the skin, vascular abnormalities, and presence of autoantibodies.

The best label is: “What’s SSc?”

Example 2

As with other types of intracranial hemorrhages, cerebral contusions are most rapidly and accurately diagnosed using computed tomography (CT) brain scans.

The best label is: “Diagnosis”

To sum up, labeling of sentences involves the following steps:

Read each sentence carefully (your brain works many times faster while labeling)
Guess and write the summary / theme / title of the sentence.
If the sentence has more than a single idea, separate each word with comma.

NB: After completing your training in labeling, you will be able to guess the summary of each sentence and each paragraph after reading the first few words (for sentences) / sentences (for paragraphs)!

Here are some very common “labels” for sentences:

  • What – Which – Who – When – Why – How
  • Symptoms – Process – Solutions

Paragraph Labeling

Summarize the paragraphs in less than 10 words!

Labeling of paragraphs is ‘summarizing’ paragraphs in a a few words. By ‘labeling’, you prepare your brain to understand your reading extracts in the fraction of a second, without feeling ‘tired of reading.’ Labeling helps you with:

  • Reading without getting tired;
  • Understanding the ideas very quickly;
  • Finding out the answers instantly and correctly.

Example 1

Most patients with cerebral contusions have had a serious head injury with a loss of consciousness. Cerebral edema, or swelling, typically develops around contusions within 48 to 72 hours after injury.

Label: Symptoms

Example 2

If pressure on the brain increases significantly or if the hemorrhage forms a sizeable blood clot in the brain (an intracerebral hematoma), a craniotomy to open a section of the skull may be required to surgically remove the cerebral contusion.

Label: Treatment

Example 3

Recovery after brain injury varies widely. Treatment outcomes vary according to size and location of the cerebral contusion. Other predictors include age, the initial Glasgow Coma Scale score, and the presence of other types of brain injuries.

Label: Outcome

Example 4

Cerebral contusions are scattered areas of bleeding on the surface of the brain, most commonly along the undersurface and poles of the frontal and temporal lobes. They occur when the brain strikes a ridge on the skull or a fold in the dura mater, the brain’s tough outer covering. These bruises may occur without other types of bleeding or they may occur with acute subdural or epidural hematomas.

Label: General Information

To sum up, labeling of paragraphs involves the following steps:

  1. Read each paragraph carefully (your brain works many times faster while labeling)
  2. Guess and write the summary / theme / title of the paragraph.
  3. As a paragraph has 2 kinds of contents – central theme and contributing themes – separate each ‘label’ with a comma.

About OET Letter Writing!

An OET letter is either a referral letter or transfer letter or an information letter written by a medical professional (like a nurse) to another medical professional (another nurse, doctor, social worker, any one)

Now, a letter should be formal in style, that means, we should use formal language (with respect) by avoiding any friendly style (like, Hi, Hello, etc)

It should have the following sections:

1. Date of writing

2. Address of the recipient

3. Subject / Ref

4. Salutation, 

  • “Dear Sir”
  • “Dear Ms Sharapova”
  • “Dear Doctor”

5. Paragraph 1 – Purpose of the letter:

Then we start with the purpose of the letter with the patient’s name:

  • Ms Ordia needs immediate transfer to your hospital for the follow up care……
  • She is being discharged today / tomorrow…

6. After  this we will provide a detailed admission + medical history of the patient.

  • Ms Eva was admitted (here) three days ago with symptoms of thrombosis….
  • On primary investigation it was noted that she was breathing with…
  • Her x was this and y was that
  • A CT was immediately performed to rule out the possibility of xyz but on the next day she was diagnosed as pqr.

7. Now we have to mention the treatment and medication we have provided to her.

  • Ms Lavinia underwent CT for the confirmation of x.
  • Soon after this, she commenced medication on oxygen therapy.

8. After this, we proceed to her current condition:

  • At present Ms Eva has limited mobility…
  • Although she uses a walker, she can manage all her daily activities…

9. Next, we have to mention her plan:

  • She will have to undergo … for three weeks
  • She has been advised to cut down high calorie diet

10. Next, Request paragraph!

  • On account of the above mentioned circumstances, kindly admit Ms Eva for further managements…
  • Please note that she has an appointment with a psychiatrist on Monday, 22nd of this month.

11. Finally, 

  • In case you need any more information, kindly contact me or any other staff on 009911223232

12. Closing

  • Yours faithfully (If you started with Dear Sir / Madam)
  • Yours sincerely (If you started with Dear Ms Name)
  • Writer’s name, designation (and sometimes, address)

That’s all about OET Silver Package. If you wish to get a more helpful, personalized training plan, please buy OET Gold Package. This includes:

  1. 30 / 20 Letter Corrections (1 to 1)
  2. 20 Role Plays (1 to 1)
  3. All the elements of OET Silver Package.




Biju John

Love for English begins with understanding its unknown rules. Biju John lives on the internet, teaching OET, IELTS and PTE. More than a million students have thanked him from their heart.

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