What’s included in my course?
Daily 2hrs classroom time with an expert teacher, OET practice tests, and all your study materials, including Reach OET B Nursing. You focus on the 4 OET papers and learn the essential test techniques and strategies you need to get a Grade B in each paper.
Our OET preparation courses offer
- Monthly start dates
- Classes are in Regional Language
- Expert OET-trained teachers
- Small classes
- Award-winning classroom teaching
- Specially-written course materials
- Choose the month you want to start
- Library access
Our Intensive courses run for 12 weeks, There are 2 batches available from Monday to Friday.
- Morning batch: 10:00 to 12:00 AM (IST)
- Evening Batch: 5:00 to 7:00 PM (IST)
OET Preparation Courses FAQs
Who is this course for?
OET preparation courses are for nurses who want to achieve Grade B in the 4 papers of the OET (Occupational English Test).
What level is this course at?
OET preparation courses are set at a B2 level of both Medical and General English. At this level, you can communicate well with patients and colleagues in a wide variety of scenarios. You have a wide range of vocabulary, both medical and in general, and can use complex grammar when writing and speaking. This level is also equivalent to 6.5 in IELTS.
How do classes work?
Our Classes, held at 302-303 Drasti Arcade, Nr Grid Crossing, Anand- 388001, Gujarat. you will meet your teacher and classmates in a classroom. your teacher will use video, audio, collaborative documents, breakout groups and a variety of activities to ensure classes are fun, motivating, and useful.
What materials will I use?
You will use a combination of specially written OET materials, published OET course books, and test practice materials provided by OET.
Will there be any homework?
Yes! You need to study hard to achieve Grade B in OET. Your teacher will set homework which will support the lessons. It’s very important you do this.
Can I do anything else to help myself prepare for the test?
Yes! It’s important to read and listen to as much medical language as possible before you take the OET test. So, read medical journals, listen to lectures, and watch presentations and documentaries. Your teacher will advise you on what you can do to best use your free time.