OH man, AP physics. It was hard, cause it was AP physics. I'd have to say you get out of the class what you put in, but some people just didn't get it. Taking Calc AB before it really helped. Definitly made college physics a
Mr. Fruscello puts on a convincing facade of a great teacher--he's organized, prepared, and nice. Yet, later in the year you will see he is quite the opposite. He tests you on things he briefly brushed on and shows no remorse
Fruscello is my favorite teacher at Mt Hebron. Anyone who is willing to put effort into the class should take AP physics. He goes over problems in great detail, and gives students an amazing conceptual understanding.
Mr. F was awesome no matter how hard the material was. He had some awesome labs and he made the concepts easy to understand. I suggest regular physics over AP
great guy, loved strong bad, cant convey his incredible knowledge into your mind, yeah rotational chiuaua
Mr. F will always remain my favorite teacher at Mt. H. He makes class so much fun and enjoyable. Great sense of humor, and plus he's a very good person.
great guy but not the best at explaining; you'll be fine if you understand physics, but if not, it's a bit of a struggle. homework is optional - always nice...
Sometimes is not clear about answering questions, or makes the problem more complicated and confusing than it needs to be.