Welcome to English Melon OET Section. We have 22 different steps and methods to help you with Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.OET has 4 modules or subtests. The first is Listening. Reading, Writing and Speaking are the three other modules.
For Writing, we have 4 easy steps. By following these steps, students run into no possible errors that are quite common while you are in the stressful examination hall. Let's have a look at each of these 4 steps one by one.
For Writing, there is only a single question - a letter. It is usually a referral letter a nurse to a doctor, a doctor to another doctor, a nurse to another nurse, etc.
Reading the Case Notes and "Marking" the most important information on the case notes is the first step. These information are PPRRRAADDDDDWK.
"PPRRRAADDDDDWK" may seem unfamiliar to you now. Give it a day or two, you will thank your fingers for scrolling these slides!
P stands for "Patient" details such as name, age and address. You need the name and age to start the letter. In some cases, the address of the patient needn't be marked. The address of the patient is generally required when the recipient has to make a home-visit. If only the date of birth is given, there is no need to convert DOB into age.
You find "P" at the start of the case notes. When you locate P (Patient), have a look at the patient's age and address.
P2 is short for Purpose of the letter. Every letter has a purpose. It can be post-operative care, assessment, assessment and management, home care, therapies like physiotherapy or immunotherapy; sometimes the purpose can be dietary modification and advice for the patient.
You find "P2" at the end of the case notes, usually in the Writing Task area. In some case, the Purpose and Requests will be the same.
P1 and P2 are completed. Now, R1. R1 stands for Recipient of the letter. The recipient of a letter can be a doctor, a nurse, a GP, patient's GP, a therapist, a social worker, a dietician, a pharmacist, etc. Based of the recipient, the content and language of the letter will change.
You find "R1" at the end of the case notes, usually in the Writing Task area. Very rarely, the recipient-information can be found at the starting of the case notes.
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