If you are studying for your OET, you'll know that the Reading Sub-Test is split into three parts. Part A, which deals with the types of texts you would read when you have a patient in front of you, lasts 15 minutes. Then, there is Part B & Part C which are given to you together and this part lasts 45 minutes.
How can you practise?
One of the worst things you can do is simply go though lots of practice tests. That's right, I said WORST. Why? Because, when you're doing multiple timed tests, you're only practising technique, but not building up any skills or English knowledge.
To build your knowledge, read as much as you can. It doesn't just have to be medical related, but of course, but it should also include as many medically-related texts as you can. Not just OET material, but anything connected to healthcare.
To help you, we've put together some short YouTube vocabulary quizzes for you and Words in the News online worksheets.