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How a first-time ever MAPEH Major Topped the LET Using Principles of Exercises and Sports

On my way to becoming your very first MAPEH topnotcher, I applied these principles to my study habits, like you’re putting your mind into a “gym” so it can attain maximum fitness

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Curiosity and Teaching — Thoughts of Teacher Via, Top 10 March LET 2018

It all started with my curiosity, looking for answers to the question: “Ano ba ang inaaral ng mga guro?” or “What do teachers study?” Aside from knowing that they also had to study the subject/s that they are supposed to teach their students, what else is there?

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Via’s Top LET Tips

Pavia Denise Montejo Delgado ranked top 10 in the Elementary division of the  2018 March Licensure Examination for Professional Teachers. She graduated from De La Salle University – Manila. Here, she shares tips that she was able to practice during her LET journey. 1) Pray, pray, pray. Everyday, I prayed for strength, guidance, and in […]

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My LET Story by Mark Daniel Ibañez, Top 10 Sept 2017 LET

Multi-hypenated coach Mark Daniel Ibañez’s story is a fine example of pushing yourself to the best that you always can. Read on to find out why.

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So You’re Taking the LET Soon

If you are super-duper-extra-hardworking, you might have already memorized plenty. Here’s my advice for the final week before the LET.

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Ace the LET! Tips for Analyzing English literature

Every English exam features Reading Comprehension items that test the ability of a reader to grasp and examine literary texts. Three to four questions usually follow a literary text, with the items asking questions ranging from who, what, when, where, why and how, to more difficult questions on the theme or message of the text. […]

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Ace the LET! 5 easy steps to English word power

One part of the English exam feared by most LETers must be the vocabulary test. Success at this test often boils down to your knowledge of words and their meanings. You either know it or you have no idea what it means. But fear not, LETers, vocabulary tests are not impossible to ace! You don’t […]

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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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How to Ace the LET: What Reviewers Could Not Reveal to You

I hope to share 3 lessons with you, gained when I devoted 60 days to prepare for the licensure exam for teachers. —coach Anna Casiding, on LET reviewing and the teaching profession

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