OET Simple Exercises To Self Analyze Level Of English

To get a good score in OET, you need to be good at English. Yes, the Occupational English Test (OET) is the test of English. Do not assume that your medical knowledge will be enough to crack the test. Of course, it is true that it will be helpful. But, it is not the basis of the test. Your English is going to play a crucial role. It needs to be very strong. 

Before you take the OET, it is always recommended that you should analyze your own level of English. Check out whether it is up to the level required to get through OET or not.

OET Exercise 1 

Following is a simple exercise for you to check your English. 

Fill out the gaps in the sentences picking the right words given in the table.

Operate, Reaction,  Haemorrhage,  Pain killers, History, Hospital, Stable, Recommend, Fatty foods, Alcohol, Test results     

 

  1. When was the patient admitted to ………...?
  2. The condition of the patient is stable.  
  3. What did the doctor ………...? 
  4. The most important thing is you will have to cut down on ……...
  5. Don't smoke and keep ………. down to a minimum.
  6. The nurse went to give the patient an injection but she saw that the patient had started to …...
  7. The doctors will have to …………...  
  8. It can be just an allergic ……….
  9. The doctor gave him a prescription for some …….
  10. Have you still not got the ……………  yet?
  11. The doctor want to see his ………. history

 

OET Exercise 2 

Pick the right form of verb to complete the sentences. 
 

  1. Autistic children ……………. communicate with anyone. (do not/does not) 
  2. Penicillin is a common antibiotic ………. from a fungus. (is producing/produced) 
  3. Rub your hands together ……... the circulation going. (to get/for getting)
  4. She …………... an operation to replace the cornea. (have/had)
  5. The surgeons are …………. to find a compatible donor. (tried/ trying) 
  6. He finally appeared…………... improving. (for/to be)
  7. Some complications …………. and he died. (setting in/set in)
  8. The patient ……………. coordinate the movements of his arms and legs (is not/couldn’t)
  9. An experiment …………. to test the drug for the Covid 19 on a small group of people. (is organizing/was organized)
  10. A diet high in saturated fats …………. the risk of heart disease. (increases/ increase)
  11. The surgeon ……….to the students how to make the incision. (demonstrated/demonstrating) 
  12. As many as 40-60% of diarrhoeal deaths are ………. by dehydration. (occurring/caused)
  13. He ………. a general anesthetic before the surgeon arrived (is giving/was given)
  14. He can't take aspirin: he ……. an intolerance to it. (is/has)
  15. Bell's Palsy ………. facial paralysis. (is causing/causes)
  16. As the patient was ………... difficulties breathing so the nurses put him on a respirator (having/have)
  17. Tests ………. the malignancy of the growth. (are confirming/confirmed)
  18. This is the allergen ……. responsible for the patient's reaction. (reported to /which was
  19. Analysis showed that the food ……. bacteria. (is containing/contained)
  20.  The bandage was loosely ……. around her wrist. (tying/tied)

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Key to Exercise 1

1. Hospital, 2. Stable, 3. Recommend, 4. Fatty foods, 5. Alcohol, 6. Haemorrhage, 7. Operate, 8. Reaction, 9. Pain killers, 10. Test results, 11. History


Key to OET Exercise 2

1. Do not, 2. Produced, 3. To get, 4. Had, 5. Trying, 6. To be, 7. Set in, 8. Couldn’t, 9. Was organized, 10. Increases, 11. Demonstrated, 12. Caused,    13. Was given, 14. Has, 15. Causes, 16. Having, 17. Confirmed, 18. Which was, 19. Contained, 20. Tied

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