About the program

The Occupational English Test, OET, is the English language test for healthcare professionals. It assesses the language communication skills of healthcare professionals who wish to register and practice in an English-speaking environment. OET is trusted by regulators, hospitals & universities in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, and Singapore as proof of ability to communicate effectively.
At Educate, test-takers get the support with OET preparation and OET exam.

  • English

  • Who should attend?
    • Healthcare professionals who need proof of English language competency
    • Healthcare professionals pursuing to re-locate to English speaking countries

    • Objectives
      • Review English language skills for health and medical purposes for the exam.
      • Improve listening and reading, writing and speaking.
      • Improve grammatical accuracy
      • Vocabulary related to medical field

      • What you will gain?
        • Test taking skills to do core skills.
        • Practice opportunity before the exam
        • Mock tests

        • Content
          • Listening consists of three parts, and a total of 42 question items. The topics are of generic healthcare interest and accessible to candidates across all professions. The total length of the Listening audio is about 40 minutes, including recorded speech and pauses to allow you time to write your answers. You will hear each recording once and are expected to write your answers while listening.
          • Reading consists of three parts and a total of 42 question items. All three parts take a total of 60 minutes to complete. The topics are of generic healthcare interest and are therefore accessible to candidates across all professions. Writing takes 45 minutes and is profession-specific. There is one task set for each profession based on a typical workplace situation and the demands of the profession – a nurse does the task for nursing, a dentist does the task for dentistry, and so on.
          • Speaking is delivered individually and takes around 20 minutes. This part of OET uses materials specifically designed for your profession. In each role-play, you take your professional role (for example, as a nurse or as a pharmacist) while the interlocutor plays a patient, a client, or a patient’s relative or carer. For veterinary science, the interlocutor is the owner or carer of the animal.

          • Before the program?
            A pre-course assessment is required to identify student’s language levels

            • 40-hour preparation course

            • Fees
              • 2,100 QAR