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FOUR Topnotchers and 14 other successful passers in the March 2013 LET


Congratulations for the successes of our MyReviewCoach online LET reviewees in the March 2013 Licensure Examination for Teachers!

All Passers! Including Top 1, Aileen Dacasin (third reviewee from the left). With Aleli (admin) and Coach Alice, at MindGym's March 2013 Power Coaching refresher course

All Passers! Including Top 1, Miss Aileen Dacasin (third reviewee from the left). Congratulations Jean, Nadine, Aileen, Ding, Irma, Abigail, and Kath! With admin Aleli and Coach Alice at MindGym’s March 2013 Power Coaching refresher course



  • Aileen Ventinilla Dacasin – TOP 1, 3050, Elementary. University of the Philippines Diliman, 89.80
  • Karisse Anne Grasparil Legaspi – TOP 8, 5591, Elementary. University of the Philippines Diliman, 89.80


  • Alex Bernadas Brigoli – TOP 3, 2843, Secondary. West Visayas State University, 91.60
  • Kristine Joy Castillo Paas – Top 4 – 10844, Secondary. University of the Philippines Diliman, 91.40


  • Iredell Manglit Bueno – 2937, Secondary
  • Rosell Marasigan Dimaano – 5302, Secondary
  • Kathleen Ann Deladia Ebuenga – 5626, Secondary
  • Nadine Elaine Acedera Enerio – 5751, Secondary
  • Faye Marie Espinosa – 5928, Secondary
  • Abigail Christine Rullan Estoesta – 5998, Secondary
  • Hermilinda Hidalgo Goles – 4703, Elementary
  • Juvelyn Oliveros – 10643, Secondary
  • Jean Imperial Ong – 10681, Secondary
  • Irma Mendoza Penalba – 11522, Secondary
  • Jonathan Jose Amorillo Perez – 11460, Secondary
  • Laurie Fe Bernal Sabijon – 12689, Secondary
  • Glaiza Blunch Aventajado Tumanda – 14472, Secondary
  • Jericho Valendo Veloso – 14738, Secondary

Reviewing online is not for everyone. You’ve proven that you have what it takes to be a successful online reviewee:

  • a high level of self-motivation and self-discipline
  • the commitment and discipline to find time even when there seems very little left in a day to review
  • a critical and analytical mind to make sense of data given
  • good communication skills which removes visual barriers between you and us

Soon you will take your oath as a professional teacher. Don’t think that learning and reviewing ends with the LET. It will continue until you get your first job as a teacher, get promoted as teacher, or find creative ways to teach outside the traditional school set-up. This was Albert, Mel, and my shared experience. Until now, we persist in changing, updating, and modifying our review materials, our techniques, and our strategies in LET coaching. We have practiced and embraced lifelong learning and we are enjoying it.

Now, that you passed LET, I have a new challenge for you, one without any deadlines nor assignments…

Be the best you can, teacher!