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Lost and Found: My LET Story

We knew Josephus as one of our standout online reviewees because of his funny, passionate emails and unending curiosity and clarifications on LET questions during our Skype chats 😉 A few months later, it would turn out that he achieved the Top 4 national ranking in the LET! We finally met him face-to-face for the […]

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My LET Story: On Winning the LET Battle

Of around twenty-eight thousand examinees who took the Licensure Examinations for Teachers (Secondary), what were my chances of passing and topping the LET? It felt like a game on probability, and to increase my chances, careful calculations must be made. But the calculations, the preparations for the big day—the Big Battle Day—were not easy. I […]

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No “what ifs”and “if onlys” for Dy-an Angco, Top 6 September 2011 LET

First and last LET. One and only LET. The time is NOW. These statements marked Dorothy Anne Angco‘s resolve to pass the LET and target for a top rank. From the very start, when Dy-an took the diagnostic test at MindGym, I had the feeling that she would be one of our topnotcher bets for […]

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What My Sketch Pad Taught Me – An Essay

Inspired from her art workshop last April 2009, one of our students, Shing, wrote this creative writing piece. Read on what this recent highschool graduate thinks about taking art “seriously” for the first time and how it changed her perspective of simply learning about other things in life: What My Sketch Pad Taught Me By […]

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