Board exams are literally every professional’s “new door” to their career. For professions that require a board or bar exam, these are taken seriously by graduates. They enter countless of review sessions, countless sleepless nights just to refresh their minds and pass the test.
Netizens are expressing their utmost praise for this young woman from Sultan Kudarat for passing the recent LET exams for teachers without undergoing a proper review course.
What inspires the netizens is that this woman named Ellen Vida Santos, did not deliberately forego undergoing a proper review course prior her exams.
In an unfortunate event, Ellen met an accident and underwent an operation in her head that caused her to become comatose. She was in a coma for 10 days and was confined in the hospital for over a month.
Ellen was determined to reach her dreams and become a licensed teacher. She did not let the unfortunate trial that happened to her stop her from reaching her goals.
More than a month after being discharged from the hospital, she took up the LET exams. She was not able to attend the review because of what happened but she did try her luck in the exams. She surrendered her fate to the Lord and took the exam.
Over 2 months after the exam, Ellen was surprised to see her named amongst the examinees who passed the exams.
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People couldn’t help but be in awe of the determination and inspiration that Ellen brought by her story.
What is LET?
In the Philippines, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), conducts a Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) to determine and gauge the ability of the college graduates to teach in school and pursue their dreams as a teacher.
The current LET was conducted last September 2017 and the results were released by November.