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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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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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March 2012 LET Review Preparation for Runners and Crammers

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”~Benjamin Franklin It’s 47 sleeps to go before your big day, the March 2012 LET. For those who chose to join MindGym’s Intensive Coaching for the LET, you are on track. The General Education module drills that you will be taking on Saturday, January 28, 2012 may […]

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Few slots left for March 2012 Intensive Coaching for LET

You have only 82 days left before the March 11, 2012 LET date. Give yourself a bigger chance of passing or even topping the LET by preparing early: Retrieve your books, notes, reviewers, and other references. Start planning your review schedule this Christmas season. If you haven’t yet registered at PRC, it’s time you go […]

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March 2012 LET Review – Sample LET Items in Majorship: SPED (Day 18)

1. Which among the following is a mood disorder? A. Bipolar disorder B. Obsessive/compulsive disorder C. Phobias D. Selective mutism 2. It is the placement of a disabled child who is enrolled in a special class, in a regular school, where a student could participate in some activities with nondisabled peers. A. Normalization B. Mainstreaming […]

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March 2012 LET Review – Sample LET Items in Principles of Teaching (Day 8)

Do you find doing  our drills helpful?  For this post, we’ll start with Professional Education.  But, before we do that, you may check your answers yesterday. Of all parts of the Professional Education module, questions on the principles of teaching should be the easiest—they are mostly situations which ask for your appropriate response as a […]

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Daily Work Out for LET: Subject-Verb Agreement

A 20-item English exercise on subject-verb agreement for LET General Education review purposes.

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Daily Work Outs for LET: English Literature

Today, give some literature-related items a try. Here’s an easy starter. 1. “Nothing happens in this world by chance, it is all part of a grand design.” The author speaks of one’s _________. A. ambition B. luck C. destiny D. dream 2. The Master said: “Only one who bursts with eagerness do I instruct. Only […]

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MindGym’s Daily Work Out for LET: English

After the warm up drills in English, here’ s another round of multiple choice items to keep you going in your review for LET. 1. Wise people can _________ with frustrations. A. cope up B. cope on C. cope in D. cope 2. My grandpa had some “lucid moments” before he died. He was ____________. […]

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Preparing for the LET through MindGym’s Daily Work Out

Are you taking the LET? We hope you find these exercises a good warm up for the succeeding MindGym work outs you’ll have to accomplish.

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