Average 2.83 based on 24 teacher ratings
Mr. Komada is a Science teacher at Princeton High School located in Princeton, New Jersey and part of Princeton Regional School District. Mr. Komada's 24 teacher ratings contributes to Princeton High School's ranking of 682 in New Jersey. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Princeton High School is 3.94 stars.
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the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.the worst.

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bobby k trifles on the daily, while the first two weeks of class might seem fun, don't be fooled. Class means discussing only one or two problems sometimes.

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One of the most intelligent people in the school. Also one of the worst teachers in the school

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aw don't be so harsh on the old man! he's been teaching for a long time. he tries, he tries, but he's just not very clear-cut when it comes to explaining things. if you can learn from just reading the text, you'll do okay.

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a very smart man who has no business teaching physics

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Doesn't teach, just shows off his gadgets and math. Stick to the book, learn the material there and you'll do fine though.

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Grades really hard. Picks on certain kids. Once he dis-reccomended someone from college after she was accepted. Watch out.

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would be better as a college professor. Grades harshly, but really prepares you for the level of difficulty in higher education. a bit of a stickler for rules, though

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I had Komada back in 83 and 84; I've gone on to become a professor (of math). Komada was one of the best teachers I ever had--he was a reason I went on in math and physics.

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Labs are hard, but smart man. Mostly learn the material yourself and have random discussions in class.

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I had him years ago and have come to realize over the years that he pushes you to your limits in order for you to be your best. He's what a teacher should be.

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I had him in '83 and he helped me greatly. I'm a teacher and he gave me a valuable lesson on how to teach. What ever he did, do the opposite!

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The textbook used in the class is awful, and his teaching style and personality are somehow worse! Avoid this man and do not take Physics Acc!

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Textbook example of how NOT to teach science.

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At the very least, the grading system allows for some hope; a 6.5 out of 10 is a B-!? I mean, that's a good deal..

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He is a nice guy, but WAY too hard. The labs are unclear and harshly graded. He may well be the hardest teacher in the building.

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While his overreliance on quizes and tests allowed some to slack but rely on innate ability, Mr. Komada provided a rise-to-the-challenge environment.

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Labs are EVIL!!! On average my lab reports are between 20 and 25 pages long.

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Good intentions when it comes to teaching. Boring class, hard tests...generally good person. Somehow, horrendous class.

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