As of 1 October 2020, we only offer WEEKEND CLASSES.
To succeed in OET Speaking, you need to realise what is expected of you. This is a test of skills, not your knowledge. You need to show off what you can do! Check the communication skills as well as the linguistic skills required. The same is true with IELTS and IELTS speaking.
This is the main reason you are looking through these pages; to find out what you can do to score higher, there are a few files and lessons that you may access below in the downloads section. Every now and again, I try to update these based on new references and feedback from candidates and examination centres.
As mentioned above, the most important factor in speaking tests is to make sure you know what you are expected to do. It is a test of performance.
You might need guidance to ensure you have fully understood the marking criteria and you have essentially followed the relevant criteria to demonstrate the required skills.
This is where you may need a teacher to reflect on what you have done and to probably practise with you. Should you need support, you know what to do! Book a session and we can have a chat.
Some useful files to help you prepare for the exam. Please feel free to download and share; don't forget to mention where you have got it from!
OET Speaking Handbook - SkypeTeacher (pdf)Download
02 OET Speaking Criteria (pdf)Download
OET Marking Criteria (pdf)Download
Dealing with difficult consultations using ‘Ethical Principles’ (pdf)Download
Useful links and sources for speaking (pdf)Download
Consultation Modes and Communication Skills (ppt)Download
TALKING WITH PATIENTS - Bill Bevington (pdf)Download
Communication Criteria Marking Sheet (png)Download