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Common Questions About the IELTS & OET
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a test to assess the English language skills of candidates who want to study, work or migrate to a country where English is the official language of communication.
The purpose of the IELTS test is to assess the English language reading, writing, listening and speaking ability of a person who wants to study, work or migrate to an English speaking country.
Four skills are tested – reading, writing, listening and speaking.
The IELTS score is accepted by more than 9,000 organizations worldwide, including schools, universities, employers, immigration authorities and professional bodies. Nursing registration bodies in the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada & Australia accept IELTS
IELTS Academic is for candidates wishing to study at undergraduate or postgraduate level and for those seeking professional registration. Nurses interested in working in the UK, Ireland, USA, Australia or Canada should take Academic IELTS.
OET is designed to assess the English language skills of candidates who want to study or work in countries where English is the language of communication. It is the English language test for healthcare professionals.
The OET is designed for 12 specific healthcare professions. Tests reflect real workplace tasks and relevant language skills.
OET is recognized as proof of English Language proficiency by health regulators Australia, Dubai, U.K., Ireland, Singapore, New Zealand, and Namibia.
OET results are published on the official website 17 days after the day of the test. Healthcare professionals can access their results by visiting their profiles on the official website.
OET scores are generally valid for 2 years. The exam is accepted in multiple countries and each country and the medical board pertaining to the country has the discretionary power to decide the validity of the said exam.
Yes, you will get assistance in all four modules through one on one sessions.
1 hour a day or longer if required (trainer discretion)
All training material will be free of cost.
Yes, we have a tie up with a premium online English language preparation provider. Unlimited access to this platform is provided. Please note: this access is available only for students registering for 2 months or more.
The duration strictly depends on your proficiency in English. But most non-English speakers with no prior knowledge of the Exam will need a minimum of 2 months.
For IELTS or OET Success
Improving your English language skills requires continuous practice and commitment. Cramming before the test is not an effective strategy.
Some people learn better by doing rather than listening. If this is you, you need to find a friend or family member that speaks English well and engage them. By routinely speaking with this person, you’ll improve your listening and speaking skills.
You can also practice listening by watching English movies and television shows. For reading practice, search topics that interest you on the internet or read English language newspapers or magazines.
Uncertainty leads to fear. Find out all the details about the IELTS or OET exam beforehand so you know exactly what you’re up against.
Many test takers fail their IELTS or OET exam not because of their English language skills but because they failed to follow the directions. Don’t let this happen to you.
Many candidates who go on to fail their English language exams memorize sentences and paragraphs from practice exams and try to use them whenever possible. Oftentimes, examiners can identify this.
Memorizing questions and answers from practice exams will do little for you on test day when you are taking an entirely different test.
The speaking portion of the exam can be challenging for many individuals who are at a loss for words when they need it most. Don’t worry! This happens to almost everyone. Take a deep breath and the words will come to you.