There is good news for nurses looking forward to moving and work in the UK. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) is formally accepting scores for OET for nurses now and this means that UK-bound nurses can now have a test which takes into account their nursing skills and experience in addition to their English skills. BAFEL lays … Continue reading Why Taking OET is often the Right Choice for nurses?
The Occupational English Language Test (OET) is an English language test designed to evaluate healthcare professionals’ language and communication skills. This assessment is aimed at non-native English speakers who want to register and practice in an English-speaking environment. The OET, like other English language assessment examinations, assesses a candidate’s ability to read, write, speak, and … Continue reading OET Writing Tips for Beginners
Wondering how to get an in the OET writing section? BAFEL gives you some tips below to secure an ‘A’: OET is a paper-based test. In the OET Writing test, there are case notes and a task. Selecting from the case notes according to the task and creating a logical structure for your letter and … Continue reading How to get an A on the OET writing sub-test?
The Listening and Reading subtests of the OET requires the student to answer Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). MCQs are not only about answering the questions accurately, but also on time. Hence, it becomes crucial for students to master the skill of answering MCQs in the OET. Although, the OET Training at BAFEL will prepare you … Continue reading How to prepare for the OET Multiple Choice Questions?
1.OET LISTENING TEST PART A - Consultation Extracts PART B - Short Workspace Extracts Part C – Presentation Excerpts Capability to identify specific and precise information. Understand the speaker’s purpose. Efficiency to identify detail. Determine the purpose of short excerpts. Assesses your ability to follow a recorded presentation/ interview on different healthcare topics. 2.OET READING … Continue reading How are you Assessed in OET ?
What is OET? OET (Occupational English Test) is an internationally recognized English proficiency test, mainly for the healthcare sector. OET is specifically designed for medical professionals who seek to register and want to work/practice in an English-speaking Environment. Since 2013, OET is owned by Cambridge Boxhill Language Assessment Trust (CBLA). OET is applicable for 12 … Continue reading What is OET?
The Occupational English Test (OET) is the exam assessing the language proficiency of healthcare professionals seeking to register and practice in an English speaking environment. OET helps the employers and educators select healthcare professional which are nurses, doctors etc with the right level of English proficiency to deliver safe of high-quality care by optimizing … Continue reading Occupational English Test (OET)
Are you preparing for OET? Then you need to know the preparation process thoroughly and must be aware of the areas that contribute to the better results. For this, your preparations must be flawless and must be devoid of mistakes that candidates often commit. BAFEL takes special care about such mistakes and coaches the students … Continue reading Common mistakes to avoid in OET
A specially designed international test for healthcare professionals, Occupational English Test has opened the door for many nurses desiring to work in UK, Singapore, New Zealand, Dubai and Australia. OET is the most accessible test which will make the medical professionals fluent in English as well as well- versed with medical knowledge. Benefits of Occupational … Continue reading Why OET is more preferred by medical professionals?
Moving abroad from one’s country is a very brave decision to make. It takes a whole lot of planning and courage to move to some foreign place for further studies or for work. There is a lot of mental turmoil associated with the decision and a person can either show it up front or not. … Continue reading Things to Comprehend Before Going Abroad: Nurses Placement in UK