OET Coaching in Chandigarh
OET – Occupational English Test
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OET is an international Occupational English testing system specifically for Medical Professionals like Nurses, Dentists, Pharmacist, Physiotherapists, Pediatrics, Dieticians, Veterinary and many more medical professionals. Classes for OET in Chandigarh are provided at Rise Global Academy Chandigarh at highly affordable fee structure as most of the OET institutes are charging hefty money on the name of OET classes. But we at Rise Global Academy provides Economic comfort to students and delivers quality to qualify the teas with ease and effortlessly.
The main feature of this exam is that all the for linguistic skills topics are related to concerned medical professions unlike IELTS and PTE exam where general topics are given.
The other difference is grading, in this test score is given in 4 grades like A,B,C and D. Grade B is treated as equivalent to 7 bands of IELTS.
OET Test Preparation
This test is most popular amongst the Nurses who wish to become a registered Nurse at Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. The exam fee for OET test is approximate 581 Australian Dollars and roughly one month prior registration is required to appear in exam. OET test provides a great opportunity for nurses to get admitted for bridging program in Australia and New Zealand and to become a registered practitioner there. TOEFL Coaching in Chandigarh
We at Rise Global Academy provides extraordinary assistance to the students to qualify their OET exam.
Rigorous training program is designed for different medical professions. Other than classroom teaching and interactive sessions lots of practice and mock tests are exercised by the students to get the practical exposure.
OET Listening Test
Listening Test Structure (Approx. 50 minutes)
Same content for all healthcare professions.
Part A – consultation (20-25 minutes)
Part A assesses your ability to follow facts during a consultation. You will listen to a recorded health professional-patient consultation and complete a note taking task, guided by relevant headings.
Part B – presentation (20-25 minutes)
Part B assesses your ability to understand a short talk on a health-related topic that might realistically occur in the workplace. You’ll listen to a recorded talk or lecture (monologue) by a healthcare professional and complete a range of open-ended and fixed choice tasks.
OET Reading Test
The Reading Sub-test Structure
Part A - summary task (15 minutes )
Same content for all healthcare professions.
This part assesses ability to source information from multiple texts, to synthesize information in a meaningful way and to skim and scan material to retrieve information quickly. You are required to read 3-4 short texts (a total of approximately 650 words) related to a single topic, and complete a summary paragraph by filling in the missing words(25-35 gaps in total).
Part B - multiple-choice questions(45 minutes)
This part assesses your ability to read and understand comprehensive texts on health-related topics similar to those in academic or professional journals. You are required to read two passages(600-800 words each) and answer a set of multiple-choice questions(16-20 in total)
OET Writing Test
Sub-test structure (Approx. 45 minutes)
In Writing task you have to write a letter, generally a referral leter. Sometimes it can be a different letter for example letter of discharge or transfer, or a letter to inform a patient or to advise his or his career.
You will get stimulus material for example case notes or other related documents along with the task instructions and stimulus material includes information to use in your response
OET Speaking Test
Speaking structure ( for 20 minutes)
In this section your identity and profession are checked by the interlocutor and there is a short warm-up conversation about your professional background and after that role plays are introduced, one by one, and you have 2-3 minutes to prepare for each. The two role plays take about five minutes each.
In role play you have to take your professional role and on the other hand interlocutor plays a patient's or his guardian‘s role. OET Training in Chandigarh
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