His teaching made my life easier in the Ivy League. It turns out that he was the best teacher I ever had. He pushed us like a Jewish mother, but with more guilt! :-) a truly great man.
Yup, he is at Montclair HIgh School now. Awesome math teacher and tutor. He has this gift of training rogue math Jedi overall New Jersey. 700 math baby!
He's at MHS now. He's the bestest teacher ever. Srsly.
hes simply the best teacher i have ever had. hes bogus
Rubin sighting at Kushner yesterday! He helped me with my math homework. Nice guy.
One of the greatest teachers ever. His tests were a pain, but what I learned was amazing compared to the math I've ever learnt. Plus, he's a cool dude.
He resigned last week. Kushner Yeshiva High wont be the same!! Send your children to Frisch!!
He will break you down, eliminate your bad habits, and mold you into a math special forces dude.
He made himself available. Taught accel geometry. Assigned articles for reading and SAT verbal questions! his favorite math teacher was Mr. Lynch at NMHS.
This dude is mad good! Do your homework or "daddy" will be angry... My best math teacher ever. Quite the comedian -- Pythagorean Theorem -- so he thinks!
Mr. Rubin was very challenging. I learned a ton of stuff and he kept me focused. Not easy.
He is a great teacher, although his exams test your ability to think. i worked very hard and it was still very tough. 780 SAT I, 790 SAT II !!
The "Rubinator" is the man! His 11th grade honors pre-calc class averaged over 700 on the math SAT. This year's juniors averaged 760! he is tough but fair.
"Rubes" is by far the best math teacher I had at KYHS. He knows his stuff and actually cares about students.
he's a good teacher, yes he may use inappropriate language sometimes. He gives you work so that you will learn the information
can be quite vulgar at times---you can learn alot if you just smile and nod
had him at a different school, and he's really not the best math teacher i havta to admit, but i did learn one thing from him "learn it, live it, love it"
You will learn a lot from this guy if you pay attention, ask for help, and ignore the profanity