He forces you to actually take a minute and think about what is happening with each and every problem he gives. It's not an easy feat for students who are used to being spoon-fed information, but once you get it down, you get it. He is quite helpful as long as you take incentive and go to him and ask for help. I had him for two years in a row for AP Physics 1 and 2 and he is a great (and pretty fun) teacher.
Forces students to think. Definitely knows what he is talking about, even though he makes odd powerpoints. Is much better at teaching AP Chemistry than any other subject. He is probably the best science _teacher_ at CBA.
i was struggling with Mr. Duh's standard chemistry class. was about a C student around midterms. got extra help from Mrs. Baker and finished the year with an 88 average.
Challenging and engaging! I think he is a great teacher because he does not sugar-coat the material; this forces you to think. What a class, my favorite!
He has his roid rages every once in a while. Sometimes it's like gentlemen please take out you calculators and find the answer for me and a second later WHAT IS THE ANSWER? Tests are way too hard.
can be funny or terribly mean.embarrasses kids in front of the class all the time. barely anyone knows what's going on in his class. so hard, not a good teacher.
ctually do okay nhis class. It's not impossible. People just say it is.
Had him a few years ago, great teacher in retrospect, but very very hard. Great guy, very helpful
"Now, gentlemen. What do you need to know to solve this problem?" "Chemistry?" "GET OUT!"
Had him years ago but was excellent teacher. Good prep for college
hard class, could be more clear about difficult concepts, but not bad overall
your ok your tests are too hard and you are too mean in lab