Great guy if you truly get to know him. The way he teaches is a little tricky but if you get the hang of it his course is a breeze
He's very hard, took off a point because i didn't use the word and. He's not that good of a teacher but he is willing to help you outside of class. He's a really nice person though
The one thing about Mr. Nolan that struck me was that He did not recommend me for Honors Physics, even though I had him for Chemistry. That was disappointing, and his behavior was a little unpredictable. But if you can solve equations, you should have no problem.
Cut me off mid-answer once to tell me he didn't like me. Then he tried to apologize to me after class, which made me hate him more. Arrogant, pugnacious, sad, wierd, goofy little man.
I personally liked some of his antics - "for crackin ice!", but alot of people didn't. Can be difficult to work with at times. Difficult class, but you are usually ready for all the tests/quizzes.
It's not the easiest class but he is great. Do not get on his bad side or you will stay there all year. Labs were cool. I didn't care for him before I had him but he's not bad.
Clear in his teaching methods; very strict, but clearly set his expectations and instills a sense of discipline in you, which is good. Quizzes and tests are usually easy.
mr. nolan is the best he is a great dad and hes a great teacher and if you can't see that then you have problems
Come on, the commercials are great! Good teacher, nice guy, funny too. If you don't get on his bad side you will be fine
I absolutley loved having Mr. Nolan for physics. People need to back off. He may be mean out of class, but in class he's great. Funny, smart, and clear.
The single reason i love science and physics. Great guy
Unless you have a sense of humor about yourself, you may have a problem. He is very humble and a very devout Catholic. An inspiration.
Pompous blowhard. No ability to relate his limited knowledge to the students.