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OET Speaking and Writing Skills Builder Reviewed by Neil Harris, CELT Language School, UK

November 2020 | Speaking

It has become a bit of a cliché in OET circles that students and teachers alike face a lack of high-quality preparation materials; a new title by a well-respected author in the field is therefore bound to cause excitement. OET Speaking and Writing Skills Builder (Nursing and Medicine) by Ros Wright is aimed at both self-study and classroom settings and with its focus on the development of techniques required for the speaking and writing OET sub-tests (nursing and medicine), will be welcomed by both independent learners and classroom teachers.

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OET Reading & Listening Skills Builder (All Professions) Reviewed by Neil Harris, CELT Language School, UK

November 2020 | Listening

Until recently, candidates preparing for the Occupational English Test, plus the teachers supporting them, have faced a relative lack of high-quality published preparation materials. OET Reading & Listening Skills Builder, written by Tom Fassnidge, will therefore be a welcome addition to the growing array of OET materials, as will its companion title, OET Writing & Speaking Skills Builder (Nursing and Medicine).

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The Cambridge Guide to OET Nursing (Student’s Book) Reviewed by Catherine Richards

April 2020 | Nursing

A new title for candidates aiming to pass OET Nursing, the Cambridge Guide to OET Nursing assumes that candidates have reached the appropriate level of language competence and does not attempt to introduce or revise lexis or structure. Rather, the title prepares candidates for the exam by presenting what the publishers refer to as ‘extensive task-based learning and practice’ for the four parts of the exam along with strategy and tips.  

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Dear Doctor Catherine Richards Golini

January 2020 | Writing

Norman Whitby; Dr Stephen Nickless

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