The Occupational English Test (OET), commonly abbreviated as OET, is a language proficiency test designed for healthcare professionals seeking to work or immigrate in an English-speaking country. The OET is recognized by healthcare regulatory bodies, employers, and universities in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, and Dubai. It evaluates four language skills specifically tailored to healthcare settings: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. The test consists of two parts: a computer-based reading and listening module and a face-to-face speaking and writing exam conducted by healthcare professionals. OET test materials are based on authentic healthcare communication scenarios, making the exam a valuable indicator of a candidate’s ability to communicate effectively in a clinical setting. Passing the OET requires a minimum score of grade B in all four sub-tests, and it offers students the opportunity to demonstrate their English language proficiency and improve their career prospects.