I was one of the best students in the class (way back in Class of 1980) and he was a grade-A a-hole who once made us sweat through an impossible exam because he wanted to "prove a point." (???) (No, he didn't count the exam.)
But on the other hand he didn't take any crap from students who didn't care (hi, Brian A!) and he taught us so well I was way ahead of everyone in college when we got to Orgo. I don't think he liked teaching, but teach us well he did as long as you weren't lazy.
He was excellent and supported my science education to a great extent. I went on to get my PhD from MIT in Materials Science and I think he is one of the best teachers I ever had in high school
He was the greatest teacher. Now retired He is missed
Mr. Nafash is the best teacher ever. his class was challenging which was fun. if you wanted to learn, he would help you.i had him last year and i learned the most in that class.
I had Mr. Nafash for Chemistry over 35 years ago. I would have to credit him with teaching me how to think. Lucky for all he's still in the game. Listen well my kiddies...
Mr. Nafashhhhhhh you are the MAN..........YOU HAVE BEEN THE BEST TEACHER EVER SO FAR.......THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING..IM GOING TO REALLY MISS YOU ALOT ...LOVE ALWAYS DEENA
He is the man. U jus gotta study hard. He is an extremely smart person trying to give off his knowledge.
Mr. Nafash's class was a challenge... but he's soooo nice. If you study and work very hard you'll do relatively well. Basically you have to study every day!
Class of 78, Had Nafash for first year chem and organic chem. Loved his class, far better than DiMartinez who was teaching Adv Chem. Memorizing valences was annoying! But turned out to be the most useful thing in higher levels of chem, able to just *run*
he made a very easy subject difficult. 95% of his students use cheat notes on all test. if your a girl you'll pass, if your a guy, he plays favorits
I have Nafash for Chem this year. He's HARD!! He doesn't tell you to study u have to just do it. He's not a bad person but he's tough.
If ppl would just give him a chance, you'd see he's a great teacher!
Nafash is sooo easy if ur a freshmen.You'll pass him with flying colors.He's kool and a sweet decent person.
He is by far one of the best teachers in the entire school system. He requires you to study and work. I know because I've been there. He makes you develop good work ethics, if you do as he says you will be definitely prepared for the college scene. La
GREAT GUY, FIRST 3 M PERIODS YOUR FINE 4TH STUDY HARD U HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO STUDY EVERYTHING AT HOME EVERYTHING SEEMS SO HARD IN CLASS WHEN IT'S REALLY NOT
i knoe i din rate him too well but i do love him as a person he is a good guy. i mena he kept me outta nhs but it's ok...everything happens for a reason ...
You gotta love Mr. Nafash as a person. He's a sweet, sweet man, but the course isn't easy. It requires work and some students aren't used to actually....working
He teaches you that in order to get good grades, YOU need to study without being told to. Because of him, I feel ready for college.
he's a really really nice teacher outside of class.and he helps you out alot during the 1st 2 mp's on the 4th GOODLUCK!!
i gotta admit his class is difficult but he is always willing to help and he's a very sweet person. u just gotta work xtra hard to understand
Ok, although my ratings may look as if I'm contradicting myself, his class was definitely a horrible experience. The thing is, Mr. Nafash is a really cool guy outside of the classroom. Get on his good side, and he'll pass you. ;o)