OET Reading Part A: Extra Practice
If you're studying for your OET, one of the best ways to improve your reading score is to read as much authentic English as you can. This is because the OET is designed to mimic real-life and the kinds of reading tasks you'd have to do on your job.
So, for the OET Reading Part A - you'll be looking at the kind of charts, information guidance, and short texts you would need to help you check dosage or interactions. Normally, you'd do this quite fast, because you'd have a patient with you and you're just trying to verify some information.
To help you practise, I've put together some OET Reading Part A-style questions, from very genuine authentic material that I've had to use myself as part of my covid vaccinator's training programme.
Watch our latest YouTube video and practise with us today.