Oet Coaching Centre In Chandigarh

Axis Language School is the best OET Coaching centre which is popular in India and all over the world. Currently, we offer training for OET using an online platform. As the world is progressing, technology is replacing traditional classroom settings. We ensure quality education by utilising technology and the courses are being delivered at the pace in which the candidate demands.  Axis Language School is a start-up firm with its branches all over the world. We aim to provide quality education for students and professionals who wish to study, work or migrate to an English speaking nation.

Chandigarh is a capital of 2 states Punjab and Haryana is the first planned city of India. We are the best OET coaching providing institute in Chandigarh with excellent faculties and professional notes.

 

OET Speaking

The speaking test is assessed by based on the whole Speaking test is recorded.A minimum of two trained Assessors marked independently The Speaking sub-test. Neither Assessor knows what scores the other has given nor what scores you have achieved on any of the other sub-tests. Test score is purely based on the language ability.OET Assessors judgements are targeted and specific, not a general evaluation of candidate’s ability in spoken English.Assessors are trained to focus on how a candidate responds to the particular task on the day. It is purely based on the application of specific assessment criteria which reflect the demands of communication in the health professional workplace. Remember that the OET is a test of English language skills, not a test of professional knowledge.Test performance on each of the two role-plays is scored against five criteria and receives a band score for each criterion such as Overall Communicative Effectiveness,Intelligibility,Fluency, Appropriateness and Resources of Grammar and Expression.

OET Writing

The Writing test takes 45 minutes and is purely profession specific.There is one task set for each profession based on a typical workplace situation and the demands of the profession.The task is to write a letter, usually a referral letter. Sometimes a different type of letter is required: e.g. a letter of transfer or discharge, or a letter to advise or inform a patient, carer, or group.Along with the task instructions, you will receive stimulus material such as notes or other related documentation which includes information to use in your response.