A legend. If you pay attention and know how to write an essay with a thesis (which all essays should have) and textbook information, then it shouldn't be difficult. The best teacher I had. It's a shame he's retired. Oh piss on a spark plug you hornswoggler.
Like the New York Yankees, you love him or you hate him. and everyone has an opinion they feel they need to tell you
the best teacher ive had at prep and in my schooling so far, just a great teacher and guy, who needs google when you have bruce
A true american scholar. One of the best teachers in the history of prep. A tough grader but it doesnt matter because he is so interesting. A true part of the prep experience. Master of the Universe.
Mr. Jaffe is by far, hands down, without a doubt, the greatest man and educator I have EVER had! Jaffe you are truly a remarkable person!
bruce is by far the best teacher I have. I would much rather take the C in his class and learn something than get an A in anyone else's class and learn nothing. He has taught me more than any teacher
1981 Alum here. Yep Bruce was a mean, terrible **** to me and to many others- unless you were a **** jock (especially on the swim team). Yep- never read all my tests/papers. Focused on being a ****.
doesn't read tests/papers (therefore grades are not reflective of student's abilities and efforts)
wow, 1st teacher I've had at prep that makes me feel like Im actually learning something, but he does make your work a little too hard for it
thinks hes the smartest man on earth and tries to make others feel bad
Very difficult, no doubt about it, but Bruce will teach you how to do college work. Though the mind games may not be wholly necessary, he is an excellent teacher. --'94 alum
One of my top three favorite teachers in my time at the school. Perhaps the most intelligent in his area in the school.
Bruce, the students still have you pegged right. 1967 Alum
This teacher prepared me more for college than any other. Maddening, challenging, and, in the end, very worth it.