In your Score Report, your score in each section is displayed as a percentage. In the example image below, the percentage score in each section is as follows:
Listening A = 0%
Listening B = 33%
Listening C = 33%
Reading A = 0%
Reading B = 50%
Reading C = 38%
Writing = 92%
Speaking = 80%
We are not able to provide scores that are equivalent to real test scores because of the very complex marking process for the official OET. Therefore, the OET scores provided by E2Language are indicative only and do not represent official OET scores.
To calculate your indicative OET scores, you can multiply the percentage score on your Score Report by 5, as follows:
Average Listening Score = 22% (66% divided by 3)
Indicative OET Score = 110 out of 500 (22 multiply by 5)
Average Reading Score = 29% (88% divided by 3)
Indicative OET Score = 145 out of 500 (29 multiply by 5)
Indicative OET Score = 460 out of 500 (92 multiply by 5)
Indicative OET Score = 400 out of 500 (80 multiply by 5)
When you click on 'Writing' and 'Speaking', you will see different a different score for each of these sections - you will get a mark out of 63 for writing and a mark out of 96 for speaking.
The example image above shows a student's writing score of 58 out of 63.
The example image above shows a student's speaking score of 77 out of 96.
To calculate your indicative OET scores in writing and speaking, click on the links below to download conversion charts for your OET speaking and writing assessments.