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MJ (at the center, in yellow) with coach Albert Basa and fellow Social Studies majors of MindGym March 2012 LET coaching batch

My LET Story: From Online LET Reviewee to Licensed Teacher to LET Coach

by MJ Tumamac It has already been months since I took the March 2012 Licensure Examination for Teachers and the day I decided to enroll in MindGym’s online LET Coaching www.MyReviewCoach.com. At first, I had no plans to review for the LET. Passing the LET seemed unimportant to me because it was not a requirement […]

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MindGym Inspiring LETers: Visually Impaired Joel Rescober Sees with His Heart

Post by Coach Alice Do you remember the famous quote from Antoine de Saint Exupery: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye? I used to have this quote on many of the handmade bookmarks that I crafted when I was younger (and there […]

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MJ giving thanks at our Hawaiian-themed Victory Party for March 2012 LET Passers & Topnotchers, May 2012

“A Challenge to New Teachers and the Government”, A Topnotcher’s Speech

As “Amomandmore” and mo/am A to MindGym LET reviewees, this is the fifth time that I’ve experienced fulfillment in something without being in the limelight, in the news, or in a public recognition platform. All five related to the joys of topping the LET: First was when I went onstage the Cuneta Astrodome with my […]

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MindGym March LET 2012 TOPnotchers and Passers off to Hawaii

Aloha!  Ho’omaika’i ‘ana MindGym March 2012 LET Topnotchers and Passers! Today, the 12th of May 2012, the MindGym family celebrates the victory of six (6) Licensure Examination for Teachers topnotchers (LET) and many passers who reached their dreams of becoming professional teachers — through a Hawaiian-/summer-inspired party at La Casa MIA. And, I felt glad […]

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Claim victory but remain teachable says Peej Caguin-del Rosario, Top 10 September 2011 LET

The person who makes success of living is the one who see his goal steadily and aims for it unswervingly. That is dedication. —Cecil B. DeMille Being a mom, an employee, and a LET reviewee all at one time is not easy. Juggling one’s time becomes even more challenging when one has to be a […]

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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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April 2011 Licensure Examination for Teachers: How to Handle Test Anxiety

by Edleen Guanko It’s quite normal to be nervous before an exam, and even after the exam, while waiting for the results. Anyone who ever went to school must have experienced this at some point. I’m sure you would all agree that board exams, such as the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), cause more anxiety […]

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My Teacher, My Hero: Mabuhay Alonzo (Part 3 of 3)

encounters with Sir Buhay who used himself — being a teacher — beyond the books, beyond the classrooms to teach his students not only history but how to write a better Philippine history. After my EDUC 100 class, I feel I have emerged not only with relevant historical knowledge but a mind which understands the […]

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My Teacher, My Hero: Mabuhay Alonzo (Part 2 of 3)

“My Teacher-My Hero: Mabuhay Alonzo” by Jean Millare

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My Teacher, My Hero: Mabuhay Alonzo (Part 1 of 3)

“My Teacher, My Hero” tribute to Prof. Mabuhay Alonzo by Edleen Guanko.

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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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