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Circle of Love

Toni, an English major 2013 LET-passer and call center agent, discovers newfound friends and fulfillment in MindGym’s circle of love.

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A Call for Courage — A Topnotcher’s Speech

It’s easy to choose the ideal answer in the exam’s situational items—the difficult part is when we come face-to-face with them.

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20 things I did for LET

Here are my experiences and practices when I was a LETer to hopefully help those who are still confused where to start or how to keep going and reach their LET goals.. or at least end up with a high rating like mine!

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My LET Story: Nepheline Perez

Discover how online entrepreneur/avid reader/practical future teacher Nepheline saved up and juggled two businesses while reviewing. An inspiring read to those planning to study while working, or even just making the most out of precious time and resources.

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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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MindGym LET Top Tips: Topnotcher Noel Carena says “sleep more”

For someone like me who barely had four hours of sleep for the past months, trying to meet everyone’s needs at MindGym, Noel Carena’s tips for MindGym LETers below, has been a welcome reminder to sleep more. “I took my LET in 2010, and although my passing can be described as ‘with flying colors’, there’s […]

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Aileen Dacasin, LET Top 1: Looking Beyond the LET

I must have said this a couple of times already but I say it again that my encounter with Aileen Dacasin as a LETer was brief but meaningful. She was one of our reviewees at MyReviewCoach.com online LET review. Despite our fleeting encounter, she was among the LETers I remembered for her very sincere gesture […]

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Conrado Sotelo, LET Top 2: A call for national transformation through a new breed of teachers

It was the first time that I heard and saw Conrado Sotelo talk before many last Saturday, June 8, when he dropped by to inspire MindGym’s Batch 2 LETers of September 2013. Conrado is the March 2013 Licensure Examination for Teachers’ Top 2 for Secondary Education. He was a relatively quiet reviewee. When he was […]

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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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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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