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10 Writing Prompts to Boost Your OET Preparation

Writing prompts are words or phrases containing a particular topic that can be used to construct an essay, a journal entry or a poem. Using these prompts in your OET preparation course training is one practical way that can help you get a high band score in the Occupational English Test. Not only will these prompts get your creative juices flowing, but they can also help boost your critical-thinking skills. Want to know more? The following are the benefits of using writing prompts:


Allows you to explore new writing styles and concepts about a specific topic.

Helps you to concentrate and focus at a high level on a relatively short writing task.

Challenges you to answer a variety of questions and issues.

10 Writing Prompts to Boost Your OET Preparation Looking for the best writing prompts to hone your OET training and ace the Occupational English Test (OET)? Read and follow these 10 best writing prompts: 1. The Found Poem Read a book and circle five words on one page. Use these words to construct a poem. You can also cut out words and phrases from magazines and used these when writing your poem

2. Blog-o-sphere Go to your favorite blog and read the latest blog post. Write a story, a journal entry, or a poem based on the blog post you have read.

3. Mailbox Read the latest email you have received for today. Construct a poem, a short story, or a journal entry based on that recent email. 4. Crossword Puzzle Clues Get a newspaper and look for a crossword puzzle. Choose one of the clues and use it as an inspiration for writing your journal entry.

5. Old Endings Into New Beginnings Check the latest entry in your journal. Read the last line and use it as your guide in writing an essay, a poem, or your reference for your next journal entry.

6. Time Travel If there was a time period you could visit for a day, where would you want to go? Answer this time travel question by writing an essay or a short story.


7. What Time Is It? Look at the clock right now. Ask yourself, “What do you normally do at this time of the day?” Write a short story or an essay to express your answer.

8. Facebook or Twitter Status Write an essay or a poem using the words from your latest Facebook or Twitter status update. You can also check your friend’s recent status update and use it in your writing.

9. Random Song Pick a playlist and use the shuffle feature on your MP3 player. Write an essay inspired by the first song you hear. 10. At the Park Take some time to sit on a park bench. Write a journal entry about the people you see at the park.

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10 Writing Prompts to Boost Your OET Preparation  

Looking for the best writing prompts to hone your OET training and ace the Occupational English Test (OET)? Read and follow these 10 best wr...

10 Writing Prompts to Boost Your OET Preparation  

Looking for the best writing prompts to hone your OET training and ace the Occupational English Test (OET)? Read and follow these 10 best wr...

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