Decide your OET Program 3

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 Common Sense is tested.

  • Question of

    In a letter, which of the sentence style is the best?

    • I humbly seek your care and kind attention to be rendered to your patient Ms Elvy..
    • I seek your care and attention to be rendered to Ms Elvy.
    • Ms Elvy immediately needs your attention.
    • Ms Elvy needs your attention immediately.
  • Question of

    Select the correct sentence:

    • Ms Tailor got self admitted with worsening symptoms of schizophrenia which might have occurred due to non-compliance with medication.
    • Ms Tailor was self admitted with worsening symptoms of schizophrenia, which might be occurred due to non-compliance of medications.
    • Ms Tailor got self admitted with worsening symptoms of schizophrenia which might be occurred due to non-compliance with medications.
  • Question of

    Which part of the following sentence should a doctor avoid when he writes to a psychiatrist?

    • She was readmitted on 12th May
    • and subsequently she commenced medication on Risperidone
    • that is usually prescribed for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, irritability associated with autistic disorder.
  • Question of

    Which of the lines can a nurse use when writing to a doctor?

    • I think it is worth mentioning that she has been twice tested negative for Covid19.
    • Please consider changing her current warfarin dose in case these symptoms are observed in the next 72 hours.
    • I personally feel that Ms Tailer should continue risperidone unless you feel otherwise
  • Question of

    Which of the lines should a nurse avoid when writing to a doctor?

    • Please contact me for further information about Ms Elza’s case history.
    • Please do not hesitate to contact me in case any further information is needed.
    • Please get in touch with me in case any further information is needed.
  • Question of

    Which among the following words is allowed in OET writing?

    • Patient
    • Case
    • As
    • So
    • Furthermore
    • However,
    • Moreover
    • Besides,
    • Meanwhile
    • So
  • Question of

    You are writing to a psychiatrist. Which line is incorrect about the patient’s smoking?

    • Ms Victoria is a chain-smoker
    • Ms Victoria smokes between 35 to 40 cigarettes a day.
    • Ms Victoria smokes.
  • Question of

    You begin a letter without the name of the recipient. How should it end?

    • Yours’ sincerely
    • Your’s sincerely,
    • Yours faithfully,
    • Yours sincerely,
    • Your’s faithfully,
  • Question of

    In a sentence that has multiple parts, we can use:

    • only same tenses
    • any tenses
    • maximum 2 tenses
  • Question of

    Suppose the DoW (date of writing) of a letter is not provided but all other dates are provided. Admitted – 1 May; diagnosis (appendicitis) – 2 May; surgery 4 May; 3 days of post-operative observation; review on 13 May (5 days after discharge). What is the most possible DoW?

    • The date of exam
    • 9th May
    • 8th May
    • 10th May


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