• June 11, 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]OET stands for Occupational English Test. OET assess individuals from the medical field on their language skills in light of the medical exposure.
We being one of the best training institute in dubai offering the top OET Training in Dubai could help you understand the intricate details of the way this test is conducted .It lasts for about 20 minutes. It is conducted individually for each candidate by the interlocutor.
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Speaking test Format

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OET Training in Dubai Speaking has been segregated in 3 parts.

  1. Warm up session
  2. Role play 1
  3. Role play 2


[vc_column_text]The idea of warm up questions!!

The speaking test starts off with a set of warm-up questions.
This section of the format mainly deals with general questions relating to the profession of the candidate. It is generally about 5 to 6 related questions such as reasons for pursuing their particular profession and opting for such a career or reason for taking up OET Training in Dubai.

Structure of the roleplay!!

The candidate always plays the professional part in the roleplay, for instance, a nurse or doctor.
Role play one is more to do with reluctance showed by the patient and how the professional tackles in the given situation.
The candidate would be given a real life scene written on a card and would be given 3 minutes time to prepare for it. The length of this roleplay would be about 5 -6 minutes. During this episode apart from the conversational skills, the candidate is also expected to display competence of his professional skills, by being polite, humble and showcasing empathy throughout, not just by gestures but also with appropriate usage of words, since it would be recorded and heard for grade allocation purpose.

The Build Up of role play 2!!

After the completion of Role Play 1, the interlocutor now asks the candidate to proceed towards Role Play 2.
Like the previous one here too, the candidate is given a real-life scene relating to his job, Here just like the prior one, he is supposed to play the part of the professional. 3minute time would be given for preparation and the course of this roleplay would last for about 5-6 minutes.
Here’s the difference during the role play the candidate has to share a bundle of information. This section is dedicated to discussing the topic at a length. The Interlocutor appears to be a relative, friend or a known face of the patient (Owner in case of VET).
In this part, the candidate has a huge opportunity to flaunt his language skills in the language in line with the information given for the illness. Groomed formations with models and accuracy of grammar would benefit tremendously.

Tips and Tricks

  • Ask open-ended but meaningful questions
  • Do not worry about the length of the speech in role play 1.
  • Keep the interlocutor engaged in the conversation with apt questions.
  • Try to form well-structured sentences with an appropriate choice of words for role play 2.
  • In both roles, plays listen to understand not to respond.
  • Be precise and simple, do not deviate from the problem
  • Humble approach and polite behavior are also a during both the role plays.

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