Average 3.76 based on 20 teacher ratings
Albert Roos is a Math teacher at Lexington High School located in Lexington, Massachusetts and part of Lexington School District. Albert Roos' 20 teacher ratings contributes to Lexington High School's ranking of 415 in Massachusetts. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Lexington High School is 4.1 stars.
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We did nothing all year and I loved it. Really laid back

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Hands down, the best teacher. Simply put, if you're smart and can learn the material, you will have an awesome time in his class.

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If you put effort into his class and ask questions, you won't have a problem. But if you're solely listening to his lectures and aren't speaking up if you're confused, you won't do well. Also ask him what eleven squared is equal to.

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Mr. Roos gave the administration final grades in binary one year, and when they complained, he gave them a mean and a Z score for each student. Not afraid to let his opinions known, making class fun.

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I'll say one word. EASY.

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One of the worst teachers I've had ... He couldn't hold my attention, he strays off-topic too often, his tests are unfair, and he doesn't try to help students who are struggling. I had trouble in math all year and nearly failed, even though I did all the work. Don't have much respect for this guy.

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Easy test... HAtes Everyone except seniors. Especially hates FRESHMAN. Constant talking about his famiyl but has easy work and an wasy way to raise your GPA

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Very bad teacher. Is really funny but you only will learn from the book. Gives extra credit because everyone gets low Bs and Cs on tests. Very little homework though.

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Mr. Roos, I had him for programming. He made fun of Freshmen and looked the other way when we were playing Halo. Good times...

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lol this guy is awesome, talks about gambling all the time, doesn't bother to take attendence etc ... if u get him ur a lucky guy

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He sometimes kind of mean, but he is probably only joking. In those cases, don't take him too seriously. Otherwise, I can't say that he is the best teacher, but he is an okay guy.

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ROOSTER! Best LHS teacher ever. Funny stories, and funnier math sweatshirts. Used to drive a limo to work. A once in a lifetime experience.

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great guy, but greater teacher...1 of the best

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ALBERT Q. ROOS IS THE BEST MATHEMATICS TEACHER AT LEXINGTON HIGH SCHOOL. BOOYEAH

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I love Mr. Roos, his humor is awesome, not always the greatest teacher, but who cares?

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He used to rarily take attendance, though things may have changed.

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Make sure that he gives credit for your homework assignments to the right person in his gradebook

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He is not very helpful to the students he does not like. Also he does not take enough time to explain the concepts which he teaches. Pokes fun at kids too much. Some of these kids may be hurt.

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uhhhhh... he gets annoying fast, kinda helpful and understanding... makes cheesy jokes

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