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Resources To Improve Performance In OET Reading Sub-Test

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Resources To Improve Performance In OET Reading SubTest
In order to get through OET Reading Sub-Test, it is important to improve reading skills. Of
course, reading skills you need shall be relevant to healthcare. For this special purpose, you will
have to look out for the resources which can help you become more adept at reading and
comprehending medical content or healthcare content.
Making use of learning resources
There are plenty of resources which can be used in order to improve performance in OET
reading sub-test. Here, we have listed down some of the best resources for you.
Healthcare Websites
Visit one of these health sites to get the latest information on anything related to health. Some of
the best sites include the following:
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WebMD (www.webmd.com / www.boots.webmd.com)
Yahoo! Health (health.yahoo.net)
NHS Direct (www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk)
NetDoctor (www.netdoctor.co.uk)
WeightWatchers (www.weightwatchers.com)
Drugs.com (www.drugs.com)
National Institutes of Health (www.nih.gov)
KidsHealth (kidshealth.org)
Journals
There are so many journals which you can read and get enlightened. It is possible that the
passage you may receive in your OET reading sub-test carry articles taken from the journals.
Yes, journals provide information on latest technologies. If you make a habit of reading the
journals which are pertaining to healthcare profession, then this will be more advantageous for
you. It is true that the reading test paper is not profession-specific and that it is just the same for
all the healthcare professionals. Therefore, focus on picking anything that can add to your
knowledge. There are so many open access journals which cover subjects like Biomedical
Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Food & Nutrition, Genetics & Molecular Biology, Medical Sciences,
Neuroscience & Psychology, Nursing & Health Care, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Veterinary
Sciences.
Some of the journals you can read are as follows:
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Medical Journal of Australia
Free Medical Journals
OMICS International
New England Journal of Medicine
Journal of Childhood Obesity
World journal of pharmacology and toxicology
Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Studies
Science Magazine for the American Association for the Advancement of Science
British Medical Journal
Journal of the American Medical Association
E newsletters
You can subscribe to some of the e-newsletters from one of the reputed medical sites, healthcare
sites which provide exciting news on everything connected to healthcare. For instance, ABC
health newsletter is what you can opt for. There are various e-magazines or journals which cover
subjects like Clinical Research, Cardiology, Dentistry, Nursing, Nutrition, Surgery, Diabetes &
Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Genetics, Pulmonology, Radiology, Healthcare, Immunology,
Infectious Diseases, Medicine etc. you can subscribe to e-newsletters which cover those subjects
or others to get the latest information on the same or thus build up your medical reading skills.
By focusing on the following resources, you will not only develop strong reading skills but will
also improve your medical knowledge. You will get to know more about latest medical
vocabulary to which will eventually help you comprehend the reading passages in OET perfectly
well. And thus, you will be in a state to get through the test with a good score.
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