Average 4.29 based on 30 teacher ratings
A. Rizopoulos is a Science teacher at William Cullen Bryant High School located in Long Island City, New York and part of New York City Geographic District #30. A. Rizopoulos' 30 teacher ratings contributes to William Cullen Bryant High School's ranking of 218 in New York. Additionally, the average teacher rating at William Cullen Bryant High School is 4.39 stars.
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He's a good teacher but his exams are very hard and everyone fails exam.

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One of the best teachers that Bryant has, genius inventor, and nice soul. Had him for physics junior year, and i can honestly say that hes the only teacher that im gonna miss

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One of the best science teachers I've ever had. Made a mundane subject concerning falling rocks seem totally fun.
Sure, he makes a lot of jokes and is easy-going, but that doesn't mean we can just fool about all the time. He is quite strict when it comes to tests, and very serious regarding the regents.

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Mr. Rizopoulos, administers a class environment that makes me want to learn. Although I know I could have done much better in his class, he really was a great teacher. Students may find themselves unprepared if they do not study on their own, but he really does give everyone the tools to succeed.

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He is a very helpful teacher. He tries his best and keeps the classroom environment easy and funny.

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He's the only physics teacher in the school... he makes too many jokes and not a lot of teaching,... i love science and all but his totally incapable of teaching one day without making any jokes..... its funny sure but he needs to

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He is one of the most fun teacher :D teaches with superb funny examples, and offers incentives for kids to participate more often.
makes physics extremely fun.

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the best physics teacher you could ever hope to have. Unlike most science teachers, he makes the subject quite interesting by being funny. His trip to Boston stories and his accent are truly unforgettable ^_^

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He knows how to teach. Simple as that. He knows exactly what the student needs to pass the regents and teaches in a style that is both informative and fun. Is always ready for tutoring, anytime. The best teacher for physics.

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The guy is to fuunyy. He so cool and esay going. Yea his test look esay then u end up failing. But gives u so many ways to pick up ur grade with all his extra credit. And his accents is the coolest!

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Great teacher and ver funny

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he understands physics and he's an excellent teacher, but his tests are really HARD still he's mad cool and funny and likes chillaxing

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he is a good teacher and his quizzes and tests are easy, you just need to study the questions from the review book and you can get at least a 90

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wesh!wesh!lol he's funny but he doesnt really teach good enough i mean he gives us more complex problems on tests. however, i think he is very nice

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He's a go0d teacher, it's just that he goes a little too fast for me. I still manage to catch on at times.

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He's the kindest teacher you can ask for, the only thing is that you got to stay on the ball. Physics is a hard subject, so you can't slack off. He's funny 2.

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Good teacher, once again u got to study a little to understand if u are an airhead.

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Quit complaining, i know he's a little confusing, but physics is like math. He does his job at teaching physics, for the math part, as your math teacher.

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Mr.Rizopoulos is a really nice teacher and can teach but I guess I won't call him the ideal teacher yet. He makes Physics really fun...I like that class...

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Mr. Rizopoulos is a nice teacher, and very fair with his grading. He's really smart, and I think thats why he goes fast in teaching. Can you slow down?

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he makes things seem more complicated than what they really are but tries his best teaching physics to us. cool teacher, makes the class fun.

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He's a really nice and friendly guy, but he's gotta teach! It's really hard! He goes too fast!!

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Very good

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I like alot I think he cares for the students

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Great teacher gave me a 99 first marking period and 95 second

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he's improved a lot the last year...he's really nice too

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SWCH SWCH!! hehe, you know who this is.

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good teacher, although confuses some people, what happened to physics honors?

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Sometimes he makes things to complicated. but its kool..makes things really ez, and its fun, sorta

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Fun teacher and actually teaches not like Mr. Farina

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