OET Test Day Information

OET Test Day Information

What to expect on OET test day

OET is taken at a secure test centre, where you will need to show your ID, check in with the test administrator, and sit your test in a secure room.

  1. Show the ID document you used when you applied for OET
  2. Sign the candidate register
  3. Get your digital photograph taken

Arrival time

This varies from state to state. Please refer to the Timetabling Email that you will receive.

How long is the test?

Approx 3 hours for the written tests, then a 20 minute speaking test scheduled on the same day.

Identification (ID)

You must bring the ID document you used when you applied for OET for identification purposes. Unless you have an authorisation letter from OET, you will not be able to sit the tests without it.

What can I bring into the test room?

• Passport
• Pens, pencils and erasers (no mechanical pens)
• Water in a small, clear bottle (no label)

What can't I bring into the test room?

• Digital devices (mobile phones, iPods, digital watches, etc.)
• Analogue watch
• Bags, wallets and keys
• Jackets, hoodies, scarves, gloves
• Baseball caps, beanies, hats or hoods
• Cases for pens or glasses
• Dictionary, pieces of paper
• Highlighters or correction fluid

Valuables

A locked bag room is available for candidate’s belongings, please note that NETC is not responsible for loss or damage of personal items. Please leave valuables at home.

Illness, cancellations and transfers

Courses are delivered by Navitas English (Navitas English Services Pty Ltd ACN 002 069 730), CRICOS Provider Code 00289M; The Certificate IV in TESOL is delivered by ATTC (Navitas English Pty Ltd ACN 003 916 701), CRICOS Provider Code 00031D. Courses in Victoria are delivered by Hawthorn-Melbourne (Hawthorn Learning Pty Ltd ACN 124 208 171) CRICOS Provider Code 02931G