Kahanga-hanga! A touching story of a LET passer who woke up from a coma

Kahanga-hanga! A touching story of a LET passer who woke up from a coma

- Ellen Vida Santos, an aspiring teacher had an accident and became a comatose patient for 10 days

- She also had to undergo a surgery in the head

- Read her very inspiring story about how she survived and is now a licensed teacher

The results for the 2017 September Licensure Examination for Teachers has been released recently. A story about a comatose survivor who passed the LET became viral.

She is Ellen Vida Isla Santos, from Pres. Quirino Sultan Kudarat, and she is now a licensed teacher.

Kahanga-hanga! A touching story of a LET passer who woke up from a coma

Photo: facebook.com/janellen.santos

KAMI learned about Ellen's success story from TNP

Kahanga-hanga! A touching story of a LET passer who woke up from a coma

Photo: facebook.com/janellen.santos

Ellen shared her story on Facebook, aiming to inspire others not to give up even in times of desperate times.

As of writing, her post has garnered 2,500 likes and 324 shares.

Netizens commented on how truly touching and moving her story was.

Some of the facebook comments were:

"Such a hard and tough journey but you made it. God is good, all the time"

"Cous you did it! God bless sa teaching career"

"Congrats ding walang imposible sa diyos ding"

"Congratulation ning. God is good just continue praying for his guidance."

Read her facebook post below:

Kahanga-hanga! A touching story of a LET passer who woke up from a coma

Photo: facebook.com/janellen.santos

Kahanga-hanga! A touching story of a LET passer who woke up from a coma

Photo: facebook.com/janellen.santos

Kahanga-hanga! A touching story of a LET passer who woke up from a coma

Photo: facebook.com/janellen.santos

According to her, some were even unsure if she can pass the exam and is trying to convince her to postpone taking the exams.

But her will to succeed is unbreakable and stronger than any doubt or fear there is.

She said:

A lot of people say, “huwag kang magtake ng Board Exam ngayon, next year na. Di mo pa kaya at ulo pa inoperahan sayo. Kung masosobrahn ka sa pagrereview, sasakit ulo mo. Delikado”.

Everyone doubted me if I can [pass] the LET. Even my family opposed. I was 14 days behind the review, napag-iwanan feeling? Slight Haha. I took it as a challenge and motivation as well as to review and strive more – for the future.”

Kahanga-hanga! A touching story of a LET passer who woke up from a coma

Photo: facebook.com/janellen.santos

Congratulations, Ellen Vida Santos! Job well done!

Source: Kami.com.ph

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