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Five Tips for the OET Writing Test OET Writing Test The writing test is one of the four components of the Occupational English Test (OET). For nurses and other medical practitioners, it is essential to understand the key details of this OET component. To guide you more, read and follow these three vital points of the OET writing test:

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In the OET writing test, examinees are required to write a letter, usually a referral letter. Sometimes, a different type of letter is required, including a letter of transfer or discharge, or


a letter to advise or inform a patient. This OET component takes about 45 minutes to complete and is profession-specific. 

Test takers will receive a stimulus material (case notes and/or other related medical documentation) that includes the necessary information to use in writing their response.

Examinee’s performance is scored in the following five criteria and receives a band score for each criterion: 

Overall Task Fulfillment

Appropriateness of Language

Comprehension of Stimulus

Linguistic Features (grammar and cohesion)

Presentation Features (spelling, punctuation, layout)

Five Tips for the OET Writing Test Although there is only one task for the OET writing test, writing a referral letter is not easy. Most students in the OET review center Cebu look for various writing tips and strategies that can help them boost their writing skills and ace the examination. To help you achieve this, here are five tips to ace the writing test of the Occupational English Test (OET) for nurses:

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Tip #1 Read the instructions carefully. Make sure that you understand the writing task (What is the purpose of writing a letter?). Doing this will increase your chances of completing the task successfully.

Tip #2 Look at the sample writing sub-test letter to see how they are constructed according to the task. Reading the sample letter will give you a guide on how to write your response.

Tip #3 Read the case notes and look for the central idea, essential points, and supporting details that will help you understand the overall viewpoint of the task. You can write them on a separate sheet of paper so you can have your references later.


Tip #4 Organize all the information you acquired in the case notes. Construct them into neat paragraphs with a clear structure: introduction, main and secondary points, supporting details, and conclusion.

Tip #5 Check your work and look for possible errors (grammar, sentence structure, and spelling). Revise your work if you find some unclear information or details.

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Five Tips for the OET Writing Test  

Here are five tips to ace the writing test of the Occupational English Test (OET) for nurses. Learn more at http://jroozoetreview.blogspot....

Five Tips for the OET Writing Test  

Here are five tips to ace the writing test of the Occupational English Test (OET) for nurses. Learn more at http://jroozoetreview.blogspot....

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