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OCCUPATIONAL ENGLISH TEST

OCCUPATIONAL ENGLISH TEST

OCCUPATIONAL ENGLISH TEST

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Occupational English Test

The Occupational English Test is a well-respected internation Eglish language test for the healthcare sector. OET tests the knowledge of the language in everyday work situations.

Majority owned by Cambridge Assessment English and the Australian Box Hill Institute.

BOOK OET

Occupational English Test on paper is carried out in over 171 test venues across 46 countries.

Authorized Examination Center LANG LTC in Warsaw is the only  center in Poland where you can take OET.

REGISTRATION and all others formalities you need to complete are provided via dedicated website Cambridge Boxhill Language Assessment. OET fees:  AUD $587 (includes booking fee)

Registration is closing about 5 weeks before test date, check AVAILABLE DATES

RESULTS & ASSESSMENT You can see an overview of your latest test scores via your online profile on the OET website approximately 16 business days after each test day.

HOW LOOKS OET TEST AND WHO CHOOSE IT

OET covers all four language skills: Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking, with an emphasis on communication in a healthcare environment.

OET has been developed specifically for 12 healthcare professions: Dentistry, Dietetics, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Radiography, Speech Pathology and Veterinary Science.

How Occupational English Test looks like:

SUCCES STORIES

WHO RECOGNISES OET

OET results are accepted as proof of English language skills among others in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and from 2020 in the USA.

CHECK list of organisations that recognise OET results.

PREPARE YOURSELF

You can prepare for the tests:

DO YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION?

Contact with OET Hepldesk – all organizational and formal issues

Contact with LANG LTC – test day venue issues

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