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Top 2 Robelynn Deocampo’s LET Review Tips

Robelynn Deocampo, top 2 of the 2016 March LET, shares five practical study tips that helped her succeed.

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No Lost Cause – Moises Comia’s LET Topnotcher Story

Suddenly, it struck me that I would never be truly happy with just doing ok. There is got to be more to life than what I have gotten used to.

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Never give up — Faye Delos Santos’ LET topnotcher story

Life throws you curveballs, yeah, and I had my fair share. I graduated late, I got disqualified from graduating with honors.. This is the only way that I can redeem myself.

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TIME — Your friend, your enemy. Brian Martin Sioson’s LET topnotcher story

The best advice I can give to LET takers is file for the test as soon as you can, fresh from college if at all possible. The more you put off the exam and procrastinate, the more you lose the drive and momentum and the less you retain the things you have learned during your […]

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LET for non-Education Degree Holders

Finally, you’ve already completed the required eighteen (18) units of Professional Education subjects, thus, entitling you to take the Licensure Examination for Teachers. Whatever might be your reason for this career shift, whether it might be due to the pursuit of your passion for teaching or a requirement for a college-instructor-turned-into-senior-highschool-teacher for you to save […]

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A letter to inspire you from Nurse, Teacher, LET high-rater Erin Abraham Crisostomo

Dear future colleague, Let me share to you my LET story. Taking the March 2015 Licensure Examination for Teachers was an arduous task for me. My family and friends would say that I can do it since I already passed my initial bachelor’s licensure exam (nursing). But for some reason, I am not fully confident […]

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Make it happen – Krizia Salvador’s LET Topnotcher Story

I will not waste the opportunity. MindGym made me realize that LET is a once in a lifetime experience. Make it count. Make it memorable. Make it worth it.

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Yvette is among the LET topnotchers last March 2015.

Make Google Your Best Friend

I’m the kind of person you’ll always see in front of a computer, so when I chose my review center, I knew I had to choose one that would allow me to stay where I am: My Review Coach. MRC gave me access to many modules and drills that helped me with preparing for the […]

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Reaching for the Stars

Dream for something greater Don’t dream for something you know you can easily achieve. Dream for something bigger than yourself. Write down your goals and why you want to achieve them. Last February I was also reading Prayer Circles by Mark Batterson. He said, If it’s something bigger than us, then He gets the glory. […]

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Never Settle

In her own words, discover what drives two-time Philippine licensure topnotcher and nursing teacher, Josephine Ann Necor.

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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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