Educ grad who shed tears after passing the LET gains admiration

MANILA, Philippines – A 23 year-old education graduate from Cagayan De Oro and a content creator, couldn't contain his emotions as he found out that he passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).

Educ grad who shed tears after passing the LET gains admiration
Photo courtesy: Facebook/Angelito C. Perater Jr.

Angelito C. Perater, Jr. 's TikTok video went viral after he proudly shared his success upon graduating with a degree in Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English.

In a report, he explained why he cried tears of joy upon learning that he had passed the board exam and could now be called a licensed professional teacher or LPT.

"Ma, Pa! Pasado ako sa Board Exam for Teachers," Angelito shared.

"Ma, Pa! pasar ko sa Board Exam for Teachers" 😭😭🙏🙏 Umuulan po ng "Congratulations!" 🙏🙏 Daghan kaayong salamat sa CBRC - CDO, My very supportive Family and most of all, Thank youuuuu LORD GOD! 😭😭😭

Posted by Unofficial: Angelo on Monday, September 25, 2023

He mentioned feeling pressured to pass because he graduated as a Cum Laude, and he didn't want to let down his parents who had sacrificed so much for him to finish his education.

"To be honest, I came from a humble background. We struggled, and my family's livelihood was farming. If there was no harvest, there was nothing to eat. But as long as I could go to school, I always gave my best. I graduated as a Cum Laude, and the pressure of not passing the Board Exam for Teachers was also on my mind," Angelito said.

"So when I found out that I passed, I couldn't help but cry because I remembered all the hardships, my family's sacrifices, and ALL our sacrifices were rewarded at the right time."

Angelito also had a message for fellow board exam takers.

"I have three things to say to fellow Board takers based on my experiences. First, STUDY. It's impossible to be knowledgeable about the questions that will come up in the exam if we don't study and prepare."

"Second, FOCUS. I know there are many important things in life, but prioritize your studies. I recommend enrolling in a review center."

"Lastly and most importantly, PRAY. It's free to pray and ask for forgiveness and help from the Lord. It's all free, but the reward is immense."

"I know we all have different ways of learning, but one thing I can assure is the same for all of us is prayer."

As this article is being written, his viral video has already reached more than 5 million views.

— Richard, The Summit Express

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