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Decide your OET Program 2

It is quite hard to decide which OET training program you should enroll for. Here is what most OET candidates usually do:

  • 05% candidates get trained by passed out people
  • 20% candidates attend coaching centers
  • 25% candidates get trained by online premium providers (E2, Benchmark, etc)
  • 05% take training from online individual trainers
  • 05% candidates get trained for free (Websites, Youtube)
  • 40% of the candidates take no training.

Which OET training Program should you join?

Based on your score in the following 3 tests, you can decide one of the training programs offered by englishmelon or any other training providers you trust. If you are advised not to take any training, you can attend my free sessions from 8.00 PM Indian time. For this, you should be a member of the English Melon OET group. Join Now!

How do these 6 tests decide your training program?

These eligibility tests check three skills you have, such as:

  1. English Proficiency (Language)
  2. Medical Knowledge
  3. Common Sense
  4. Reading Proficiency Test
  5. Listening Proficiency Test
  6. Speaking Skills

Among the three, common sense is something that OET exam really wants to see in you. For example, you mention the age of a baby in the “Ref:” line but you start the letter like, “Baby Alana, a 17 days old baby…”. In this case you have made repetitions. This shows that you lack common sense.

Take the test below:

The test below is the third among the three tests. In this test your Medical Knowledge is tested.

  • Question of

    You are a medical professional and Mr Jacobs is in your care. How will you inform him that he has a serious kind of ear ache?

    • Mr Jacobs, the ear ache you are suffering is called otitis media.
    • Mr Jacobs, you are suffering from otitis media
    • Mr Jacobs, the ear ache you experience is easily curable.
  • Question of

    You are a medical professional and Ms Anne is your patient Abdul’s carer. How will you inform Anne that Abdul can develop heart attack?

    • Ms Anne, Mr Abdul should be really careful from now. He can develop myocardial infarction
    • Ms Anne, Mr Abdul should be really careful from now. He can develop a mild heart attack
    • Ms Anne, Mr Abdul should be really careful from now. He can develop a serious heart attack
  • Question of

    You are a medical professional and Mr Derek is in your care. How will you orally inform him to visit you on the 25th of the next month (today is 13th of May, 2020).

    • Mr Derek, please do not forget that you will have to visit me on the 25th.
    • Mr Derek, please do not forget that you will have to visit me on the 25th of the next month.
    • Mr Derek, please do not forget that you will have to visit me on the 25th of June, 2020.
  • Question of

    While you were busy in the rounds, you asked your assistant doctor to administer a medicine to a patient who has bleeding and clotting issues. Which medicine poses the highest risk?

    • Fragmin
    • Clexane
    • Heparin
  • Question of

    Your patient, who is very critical, can’t understand English but you don’t know her language Russian. You will communicate with her:

    • In simple English
    • In the limited Russian you know
    • You will get a translator (if available).
    • You will use a translation app / software.
  • Question of

    Your patient has a hearing impairment. While you prescribed a medicine or gave an advice, she kept on shaking her head and repeating YES. You will:

    • Complete the prescription / advice
    • Ask her to repeat what you have said.
    • Ask her if she understood.
  • Question of

    A patient discusses his pain with you (a nurse). How will your respond?

    • I’ll contact the doctor and let him know that you are in pain.
    • I’ll try to contact the doctor right away and let him know that you are in pain.
    • I’ll contact the doctor right away and let him know that you are in pain.
  • Question of

    Suppose you didn’t get what the patient tried to convey. How will you proceed?

    • I didn’t get what you have just said. Please repeat.
    • You should speak a little slowly. Do you get me? I shouldn’t miss any information! Come, on! Speak again.
    • I am not sure I understood that completely. Do you mind repeating it for me?
  • Question of

    Your patient has just said, “I think I have cancer in the abdomen.” How will you respond?

    • Who are your to diagnose your own disease?
    • A patient should not self diagnose his condition. Is it not a doctor’s duty to do so?
    • That is least likely, Ms Ellie. Your reports do not indicate any possibility. Let’s be optimistic.
  • Question of

    A patient who vomited several times comes to you and say that she thinks she would fall into a comma as it happened three years ago. You would say:

    • Yes
    • Let’s not give room for such thoughts, Ms Mitra. What makes you think so?
    • I can understand how much worried you are at present but, may I ask, when did you vomit last and do you feel like vomiting again?

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Decide your OET Program 3

Day 3 Case Notes Analysis