OET Insights Speaking: Medicine
- 4 hours on-demand video
- 20 downloadable resources
- 2 Practice Tests
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
Get your team access to 4,000+ top Udemy courses anytime, anywhere.Try Udemy for Business
- OET Medicine Speaking tips and techniques
- OET criteria
- Useful language for the OET Medicine speaking test
- Useful phrases for the Medicine Speaking Occupational English Test
- Examples of a model OET Medicine speaking test and GP consultation
- Stress patterns, intonation
- Language that you can take away with you and use in the test and your everyday professional lives
- Soft Skills
- Be of a level B2+ in English
- Be a doctor
- Be interested in improving your OET speaking skills for the Medicine test
Be guided through the OET criteria, learn useful phrases that you can use during your role-play consultations and in real life. Work through the lectures to practise and extend your vocabulary and grammatical skills, and read along with the teacher to focus on correct pronunciation, intonation, tone, and register. You'll also be able to take our practice tests to check your progress, and listen to two model role-plays with commentary to identify key ways criteria has been met. This course will help you get more familiar with the test, help increase your confidence, teach you key test-taking strategies, and show you ways you can boost your score.
- Occupational English Test (OET) Medicine Students
- OET Test Takers: Medicine
- Doctors wishing to train for the OET speaking test
- OET speaking test takers: Medicine
Gain an understanding into what the Occupational English Test is, who's it for, and how it's scored. After watching this, you'll be able to have a good overview of the OET and be ready to start your course.
Get to know the speaking test format, familiarise yourself with test procedure, and get to know what to expect on test day.
Watch this letter to see where and how to start getting ready for the role-play.
Listen to a model role-play between a GP and a patient from the UK. Identify how the doctor structures the consultation, highlight the criteria being met, and revise some useful expressions that you can take away with you and use for the test and when you start practising.