## LET Review 2021 – Basic Mathematics – Order of Operations

So yesterday, I passed through this post in my Facebook feeds. This was shared to one LET Review group. For most of you, this must be a simple problem but I was surprised by how many people got this wrong. So for today’s LET Review post and video, we will be discussing the order of … Read more

## LET Review 2021 – Business Math: Calculating Revenue, Expense and Profit

We will be releasing a series of LET review posts to help you prepare for the March 2021 exam. If you are reviewing right now, just follow our Facebook page for future updates. Business math is one of the most common types of question in the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET). In today’s LET review … Read more

## 11 Rules on How to Answer Multiple Choice LET Questions

The Licensure Exam for Teachers is one of the most important multiple-choice exams that you will take in your life. Your chances of passing the exam will depend, not only in your mastery of the subjects; Professional Education, General Education and your area of specialization, but also in your test-taking skills. Multiple-choice exams are the … Read more

## LET Review 2021: Lower-Level Vs Higher-Level Questions

Using Blooms Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, we can classify questions into two categories. These are lower-level and higher-level questions. What’s the Difference? To understand the difference between these two types of questions, let’s have a short review of Bloom’s Taxonomy. There are six general levels in Bloom’s Taxonomy: Remember (Knowledge) Understand (Comprehension) Apply (Application) Analyze … Read more

## LET Review 2021: How to Use the Art of Questioning in the Classroom

Questions allow the Filipino teacher to guide the thinking process of the child. It is both a teaching and a learning tool. It can be used to enhance the cognitive process of students. In fact, the art of questioning is one of the oldest tricks in the teaching book. Socrates used the method as his … Read more

## LET Review 2021: Paragraph and Poem Comprehension Questions Strategy (English)

The English comprehension exam usually comes out in both the English Major Exam and the General Exam. There are three variations of this type of exam based on the number of questions that comes after it and the type of text used. One-Paragraph with One Question The first variation of this exam comes with one … Read more

## LET Question Analysis: Answering Word Analogy Questions (English Exam Review)

Analogy word questions are common in the LET. They come out both in the English Major Exam and the General Education Exam. To maximize your chance of answering this type of LET question correctly, you should have a good strategy for answering them. What does a Word Analogy LET Question look like? Word Analogy LET … Read more

## LET Review 2023: Behavioral Learning Theories to Remember for the LET

How do we learn? To this day, psychologists, educators and sociologists have different answers to this question. The answer? It depends on who you ask. In this article, we discuss the different behavioral theories we use in creating learning experiences for our future students. We hope this article helps you in studying for the LET. … Read more

## LET Review 2023: Jean Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development Explained

Jean Piaget was a Swiss child development psychologist. His contributions to education are still studied even to this day by college students in the fields of education and psychology. At the peak of his career, Jean Piaget became the director of the International Bureau of Education for UNESCO. He is known for his Theory of … Read more

## LET Review 2023: How to Answer Paragraph Organization Questions? (English)

Paragraph organization is another common type of question in the LET. It usually comes out of the English Specialization Exam or the General Education exam. In this type of test question, you will be presented with a number of sentences (usually 4 sentences) and you will need to arrange them in the proper sequence. Here … Read more