A very passionate, helpful teacher. He was always willing to help us and gave us good notes to study for tests. Too bad he retired...
Not terribly clear in his lessons sometimes, and definitely not easy (a good teacher isn't easy anyway), but extremely helpful, will go through hoops to help you understand the material. He seems to be very ADD which often makes him exciting but sometimes unclear. I was very surprised at how kind hearted he is, he really wants the best for his students. Anybody to have this teacher or someone like him is lucky.
The best teacher I've ever had, he truly cares about every single one of his students. His class is extremely hard but if you really apply yourself and listen carefully to him you'll do well, he also is so helpful he's there almost every morning and free period to talk to his students. Not only did he teach physics but he taught us life lessons as well. What a great guy.
Truly one of the best teachers I have ever had. Although he doesn't do many fun things, he is simply tremendous at teaching, and on the rare day he does something exciting or tells a story it is well worth the wait. He is very hard, though it was so fair I didn't really mind the horrible grade I got.
I have learned more in his class than all my other classes together. Mr. Pasquesi is a fun, and excellent teacher.
Used to and should now be teaching in a Chrstian school.
i love mr pasquesi, but he isnt great at explaining things... moves way too fast.
I had a bad time in his class. He taught a 3 like a 4 and moved way to fast. He was a fine person but had weird policies. His grading scale for tests isn't point based, it's what he thinks you should know. If you don't have your homework on his desk by the time the bell rings it's late. Once, I had my homework in my hand and was about to put it on his desk (he could see it), and the bell rang and he counted it as late. He teaches physics as if its a review. If you're a phys genius he's good. Otherwise...
Great teacher, always there if you need help - hard class though! awesome test curves & overall fun class :)
best teacher i've ever had! he really cares about you and loves to give advice (on finals and study tips.) i would probably hate physics if he wasn't such a good and enthusiastic teacher
He is such a cool teacher. He makes cool labs and demonstrations. When he gets behind on his grading, he doesn't assign any more work. He sometimes tells the same lecture two days in a row; it's like déjà vu.
Best physics teacher I've had. Very sincere. Primed me for the AP class.
You either love him or you hate him. He gives tough assignments/tests but curves tests and is always there to help with homework. Unfortunately, if you fall behind at all, you get completely trampled.
He is the best teacher ever! His class is tough, but if you work hard you can get a good grade.
One of the most amazing teachers I had Freshman year. His class was not too hard, but I was continuously learning. Always free to get extra help.
The Pasquesi Curve is the most amazing grading system ever! He is a great teacher, who goes on tangents once in a while, but is awesome anyways. He makes physics *gasp* interesting.
Of all three sciences, physics was my favorite only because of how well it was taught. Hard tests and assignments, but excellent teacher. The best teacher I've ever had.
Great teacher, by the books, but will always be remembered in NT lore.
There were a few times when I was furious with him but honestly he's one of the best teachers I've ever had. Double periods are boring but they always are. Go see him for help!!
Awesome teacher! Wouldn't have understood physics without him. Very helpful, cool and funny.
Truely is the Godfather of physics. Don't try to understand his grading system.
One of my best teachers ever, very helpful and great grading system.
He'll favor you if you come in for help. his grading system is just to make u love him-its based on if an A student should have gotten the question, but if no, y is it on the test?
he is bad. I hate how he puts things on the web b/c it is such a hassle, why cant he just do it like all the other teachers?? And, he expects us to come in for help. I think he sho
He is my advisor for freshman year 05-06, he is the man with 10 kids and hilarious jokes, some retared but cool teacher!
Great teacher. Challenges you just enough. Not too hard if you apply yourself and laugh at his jokes. Also, IT'S NOT A CURVE!-but his grade adjustments are fair and helpful.
awesome teacher, which is good, b/c physics is supposed to be a drag. I always thought I did badly on his tests, but his grading curves are sooooo good. Will spend lots of time before school helping
XC questions are tricky, but his "grade adjustments" rock. Labs are really cool and he's a bunch of fun. Willing to spend a lot of time before school to help.
I had him freshman year. Because of him I loved Physics and no science teacher has been able to measure up since.
I learned so much in his class, even though he taught it in a round-about way. Take Physics as a freshman. you won't regret it.
His goal is to finish all 40 chapters of the textbook- not to teach it. If your really smart and like corny jokes, you'll love his class. If not, your doomed.
GREAT teacher! I love his class it was the best... 6th/7th were my favorite periods!
His assignments, quizzes, tests, and finals are tough, but his grading isn't.
Fun class, great teacher, easy grading. TAKE PHYSICS AS A FRESHMAN!
Hes cool, and you can kid with him a lot. He gives hard stuff, but curves it a lot.
c00l class. c00l demonstrations. w00t w00t11!!!!!11! ]3eware of his detailed multiple choice questions. then you win~!11!!!!
I loved this class. Pasquesi obviously has been teaching for a long time and his experience shows. I entered Physics a bit wary of quantum whatevers, but as I a!
This class is one of my favorite classes. Mr. P expalins everything easilly, the labs are cool, and the tests are easy. His class owns
He makes Physics a blast! He also is very prompt at getting tests back.