OET Speaking and Writing Made Easy for Nurses

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If you are looking for the best guide to the Occupational English Test, your search is over. This is exactly what you need to score A/B grade in the OET exam!
This book gives you the essentials you need to score A/B grade on the OET Speaking and Writing modules including the most effective strategies, comprehensive practice and precise description of how the modules are scored.  The book also includes:
• 12 full-length Speaking role plays and 10 Writing Tasks with answer expectations.
• Review of important concepts, including vocabulary.
• Detailed overview of the Speaking and Writing assessment criterion and advice to improve your grade.
• Effective and reliable strategies to optimize your study time
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About the author

Gurleen Khaira is a nationally acclaimed OET trainer, entrepreneur, and career counsellor. She has a post-graduate qualification in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), and her purpose and passion lie in helping students with their English language skills.  She has received four national awards for her work in the education sector and has been featured in national publications on numerous occasions.
She is the OET course leader at Khaira Education Pvt Ltd, where she trains health professionals for OET and writes customised content for the test. She is the first in India to become a Premium Preparation Provider for OET, and her company has been listed on the official OET Website as an approved training provider.
She has been involved with soft-skills and English language training since 2013 following her return to India from Australia, where she attended the University of Melbourne.
She has spent the last four years studying, researching, experimenting, and working on herself and with students on improving their English proficiency and passing the OET Test with A/B grade in the first attempt.
She is currently working on her second book, which will be devoted to Reading and Listening Modules of the OET.

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Publisher
Notion Press
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Published on
Oct 31, 2017
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Pages
164
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ISBN
9781948032353
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Language
English
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Genres
Education / Language Experience Approach
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This content is DRM free.
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