Archive | June, 2015

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Go ahead and do it—Top 1, Vincent Isidro’s LET Topnotcher speech

“You are teachers and you know what needs to be done, when it needs to be done, and the way it ought to be done.”

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My Secret Wish

Sundays. I only had Sundays (six, to be exact) free to study for the LET. From 10AM to 8PM (with a 10-minute break every hour), I would stay in a coffee shop far from my home—and especially from my bed—to study my reviewers.

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Walang Imposible

Naging pabor sa sitwasyon ko ang online review dahil sa trabaho ko bilang home-based private tutor. Bukod dito’y isa akong PWD-wheelchair user.

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Ace the LET! How to improve reading speed and comprehension

Many people can read, but only a few realize that reading is a skill that can be improved with practice. Reading utilizes our fine motor skills (eye movement) and our ability to absorb information. Expertly combining these two can give people advantages in their day-to-day activities. For those in the profession of teaching or writing, […]

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There is No Space for Impossible—Topnotcher Gerald Antonio’s Tips

Top 6 Gerald Antonio shares tips that have been effective for him in preparing for the 2015 LET.

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