OET is a high-stakes English test. Your results will be used by health employers and organisations who require the highest levels of security and validity. It’s better to take the OET exam once.
If you are enroled in the Journey 2 English course it means you are in the Steady Track group. The Steady Track pathway gives you the opportunity to improve your English skills before you start the OET preparation course.
All applicants will sit the Intermediate English Skills Test and your mark for all four skills will determine whether you go straight to the Destination OET course or improve your English skills first with the Intermediate course, Journey 2 English.
Please see the Entry Requirements article to learn about the two pathways.