In the IELTS and the PTE, you have to write an ‘essay’. You are given a prompt and you write according to your thoughts. In the OET Writing, you do not write according to your thoughts. In fact, there is very little room for creativity at all.
In OET Writing, you have case notes and a task. You need to select from the case notes according to the task, create a logical structure for your letter and then make sure that the letter is written in your own words.
Whether you’re a nurse, doctor, dentist or physiotherapist, our articles will show you how to write the OET sub-test to get an A (or a B)!