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Rikki’s Quick LET Tips

Hi there, little one! I am very hesitant to write this, even now as I am actually typing it, because up to this point, I still dunno how I did what I did. But anyway here are some ~tips~

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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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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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Ikka’s LET Tips

LET tips from Ikka, one of MindGym’s High-Raters in the September 2013 LET.

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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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March 2013 LET Review Registration Extended!

by mo/am A “No one has ever become poor by giving.” – Anne Frank We’ve over-registered LET reviewees on our supposed last day for enrollment on December 1, 2012.  We’re over a dozen enrollees in excess of seating capacity at MindGym.  But today, I still continued to receive emails, texts, and FB messages inquiring about […]

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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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How to Cram and Succeed in LET (or any other test)

Post by Coach Alice Do you work best under pressure? Does the primacy-recency effect work for you? Is now the only time you have to review for the licensure examination for teachers (LET) or an exam you’ll be taking soon? Are you ready to commit for LET success or to pass a test? As a […]

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Fact: Only 23 out of 100 pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers …So discover early how to do it right and make it this September 30

Are you one of the thousands of education graduates taking the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) this September 30?  If you are, read on and know early the context of the LET that you are about to take.  This would surely give you the right perspective to begin your LET preparation. So many education graduates […]

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Free Delivery of MindGym LET Reviewer Book Ends Soon!

Better three hours too soon than a minute too late. – William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part II What are you waiting for teacher-to-be? Are you looking for a job to be able to pay tuition for live coaching sessions in a review center, since you are too shy to ask your parents to pay? Or, […]

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Free Sample LET Items through MindGym’s Free Diagnostic Drills

“Smart Practice Makes Perfect” is one key to topping the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).  This is MindGym alumni Ice Alcantara, Top 5, September 2010 advice to LET takers, as shared in MindGym’s LET Reviewer LETers’ Choice. It’s six months to go before the September 30 LET, just enough time to exercise your minds, dig […]

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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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