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Top 9 Christine Tugade Baguio Oath-taking Speech – The “Fixing” Teacher

My fellow professional teachers, we have a country to fix. And fixing should start from the quality of education we give to our students.

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Rikki’s Quick LET Tips

Hi there, little one! I am very hesitant to write this, even now as I am actually typing it, because up to this point, I still dunno how I did what I did. But anyway here are some ~tips~

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Top 1 Richard Macapulay Oath-taking Speech – On Students’ Emotional Well-being

School has been the training ground of kids for academic development. But, we, as professional teachers, should not only focus on the academic standing of the kids and teens. We should also see their emotional well-being.

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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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August 2014 LET Topnotcher Lyndon Lazaro Speech

Lyndon Lazaro August 2014 Topnotcher Speech

In his August 2014 LET Topnotcher speech, Lydon gives praise to the unsung heroes of our society.

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Four Top Tips to Better Study Groups

Study groups can be tricky—they can either be productive or make you end up wishing you just reviewed alone. Here are four practical tips to make the most out of study groups.

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My LET Story: Emelyn Saraza

Emelyn did not think twice about enrolling at MindGym. The next big question was how will she be able to enroll with her family’s tight budget, with four kids in mind.

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My LET Story: Jade Leonor

Jade, a UP Diliman graduate, is September 2013’s nationwide top 2 LET examinee. She shares her unique journey from topnotcher-potential “discovery” to the finished result.

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Paalala ni Kring: Magpahinga!

Sa apat na araw na natitira, dapat kayong magpahinga. Manood kayo ng sine, pumunta sa magagandang lugar at makipagkwentuhan sa mga kaibigan. Huwag na kayong magbalik-aral dahil sapat na ang inyong mga natutunan para ipasa ang pagsusulit. Paalala, sobrang mahirap ang LET para sa mga taong hindi desididong pumasa. Subalit, ang inyong pagod, puyat, hirap […]

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Sample LET Test Items in Math: Algebra, Geometry, and Probability

Basic Algebra At a restaurant, Mike and his three friends decided to divide the bill evenly. If each person paid $13 then what was the total bill? Aliyah had $24 to spend on seven pencils. After buying them she had $10. How much did each pencil cost? Lisa is cooking muffins. The recipe calls for […]

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Sample LET Test Items in Math: Ratio, Proportion, and Percentage

{Coach Alice’s Note: LETer (or LET taker), are afraid of Math? Do you feel like skipping test items when you see that they deal with Math problems? Are you ready to love Math? It’s time for a mindset change if you are aiming to top or pass the LET. Think about Math as a subject […]

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Sample LET Items in English: Check Your Grammar Skills

Try answering these items and check if you can still remember the grammar rules you’ve learned way, way back. 1. Which sentence is incorrectly punctuated? 2. Which of the following sentences contains an appositive? 3. Which of the sentences below contains the correct preposition? 4. Which sentence states the idea clearly and has no structural […]

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