OET reading sample for Nurses pdf 2021 with answers

Free OET Reading samples pdf for nurses and doctors

oet reading sample for nurses pdf 2021

Free OET Reading samples pdf for nurses and doctors
Free OET Reading samples pdf for nurses and doctors

In this article, OET2 will add the recent OET reading sample for nurses pdf 2020  – 2021 for nursing, doctors and all other professions sub-test with grade A reading sample.

Reading exam is the 2rd part from the Occupational English Test (OET2.0) in which you should answer 42 questions separated in 3 parts, part A in 15 minutes, part B and C in 45 minutes.

The test lasts for 60 minutes, 15 minutes for part A which contains 20 questions and 4 reading paragraphs, while reading part B and C last for 45 minutes and contain 22 questions.

OET reading sample for nurses pdf

This is the latest official oet 2.0 reading sample tests for nurses to prepare for reading section. So, without further ado, let’s start:

Sample pdf 1

OET Reading sample for nurses pdf – Blepharitis questions

OET Reading sample for nurses pdf – Blepharitis answers

PDF Sample 2

OET Reading sample pdf – IV catheter questions

OET Reading sample pdf – IV catheter Answer

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  1. I have question with regards to Sample 1:JT-RT-4
    Under section C, question no. 18, asking what about conditions DOES NOT include in 24-hour patterning. There are 4 options, and I have chosen changes in body temperature. However, the correct answer was conjunctivitis.
    Could you please explain this to me, as changes in body temperature was ever mentioned at all in the paragraph aforementioned. Also, even though, the word conjunctivitis was also not mentioned, by inferring that conjunctival redness are similar, will this lead to the answer. I am so confused.
    Thank you for you clarifying this.

  2. Could someone please explain about PDF Sample 2, question number 3.
    I am having a difficult time figuring out why the answer is C. One, it contradicts each other by saying that blood transfusion will not be needed anymore, if someone was given a potent platelet inhibitor. However, platelet inhibitor promotes bleeding. Therefore, the patient will bleed more and probably will require a blood transfusion.
    I answered A, by the way.
    So confusing…I need to take a break -_-

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