The Occupational English Test (OET) is a test of English for healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses and midwives. In the UK, healthcare professionals require a grade B (equivalent to IELTS band 7 and C1 in the Common European Framework (CEF)) in the OET to work in the country.
This face-to-face course focuses on the skills you need to achieve test success. Our teachers adapt the course for the needs and level of each class. This means your lessons will be designed with your progression in mind. Online guided self-study sessions will provide you with the targeted focus you need to achieve your required OET grade
Standard Course Course Structure
- 16 Hours of classroom instruction with a total of 12 sessions-
- 4 Weeks Duration
- 1 Mock exam questions drilling with review sessions
Weekday classes-2 times a week – 2 hours per class
Weekend classes – Sundays – 4 hours per class –
Tuition Fee Details
- Tuition fee: N35000
- Registration fee: N5000
Kindly pay into the account details provided below:
- Lextorah Limited
- Access Bank
Once payment is made, please send proof of payment to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Enrollment Team will contact you afterwards.
What Will You Learn?
- You will study a wide range of medical language, with a specific focus on communicating effectively with patients and their families. You will work on exam strategies specifically tailored to your needs and your profession.
- The lessons will focus on listening and reading, and also develop your skills for the speaking and writing exams.
- The course looks at exam techniques and strategies, including full exam practice.
- Classes that have fewer than eight participants, speaking and writing lessons may contain a mix of students preparing for the OET exam in different areas of healthcare.
- Over the course week you will:
- Cover all parts of the OET exam and be given strategies, techniques and advice on how to achieve the grade you need
- Complete a practice test under exam conditions and get individual feedback from your teacher
- Study each part of the exam and have regular tests to see your progress
- Practise speaking using a wide range of medical language used in the exam
- Develop your writing skills and learn how to analyse data and patient letters to help you write more accurately
- Listen to different talks, lectures, programmes and conversations
- Read a wide range of medical and exam style texts such as reports and patient letters
- Increase your grammar and medical vocabulary range to help you improve your OET grade.