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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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Ace the LET! Tips for Analyzing English literature

Every English exam features Reading Comprehension items that test the ability of a reader to grasp and examine literary texts. Three to four questions usually follow a literary text, with the items asking questions ranging from who, what, when, where, why and how, to more difficult questions on the theme or message of the text. […]

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Ace the LET! 5 easy steps to English word power

One part of the English exam feared by most LETers must be the vocabulary test. Success at this test often boils down to your knowledge of words and their meanings. You either know it or you have no idea what it means. But fear not, LETers, vocabulary tests are not impossible to ace! You don’t […]

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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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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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Ace the LET! How to improve reading speed and comprehension

Many people can read, but only a few realize that reading is a skill that can be improved with practice. Reading utilizes our fine motor skills (eye movement) and our ability to absorb information. Expertly combining these two can give people advantages in their day-to-day activities. For those in the profession of teaching or writing, […]

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There is No Space for Impossible—Topnotcher Gerald Antonio’s Tips

Top 6 Gerald Antonio shares tips that have been effective for him in preparing for the 2015 LET.

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Pearls of LET Wisdom

Exam-prepartion wisdom from Pearl Rhee Jean Culanag, one of our LET passers from the last August 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers

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All You Need is to P-R-A-Y

Keep in mind this easy-to-remember acronym for general studies and exam preparation, as coined by 2014 January LET Top 5, Van Thaddeus Cruz.

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Inseparable, Separated, Together—Francis and Fiona’s LET Journey

How does a young couple of aspiring teachers review for the LET? Check out how online reviewees John Francis Guevarra and Fiona Karla Carmona made it work while growing stronger together while preparing for the LET.

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The Things I Did to TOP the LET

Index cards, chocolates, nuts, sports drinks, lots and lots of drills.. what else could have helped Jade land the top 2 spot in the September 2013 LET? Read here.

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Camille Anne’s LET 101

First-time LET-taker? Camille Oringo shares how she started her preparation for the Licensure Examination for Teachers, as well as “dirty little secrets” she came across along the way (not to worry, these LET tips are all legal and very safe)

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