Heres the thing about Mr. Smith. He will use logic and stories to get you to understand topics. He is in my opinion the best physics teacher in Ward Melville. If you listen to his lectures everything should make sense. Even if you shouldn't understand a topic he will put it into a way you can understand it. He has like 5-10 bonus points each test. He is really funny! He also holds extra help if you really need it. He is the teacher everyone steals handouts and notes for. Great teacher :D
I had smith for 12th grade physics, and he is by far one of my Favorite science teachers ever, he knows what he's talking about, hes able to help you if you miss class, and his tests were always challenging. Almost all his tests have 5 honors questions which i found to be a joke. ended his class with a 98 and a 100 on the regents
He had his way of teaching. Which is how he works. It didn't work for me, and I didn't really think he cared about his students. I got into an argument with him in class and I left. Not my favorite.
MR SMITH IS THE BEST. Just do your work, and state your point clearly. He likes to challenge you, don't cry about it, chances are you don't know what you're talking about neway. Nice guy. <3u J-Smitty
Great teacher!!!, pay attention, do the labs, do the hw, and you will do well.He reviews for all the tests and the regents. He makes the class fun with his personality even if he is making fun of u:)
Very nice guy, although his work can get kind of strenuous though. He will certainly help you prepare for college with his teaching techniques.
Mr. Smith is a nice guy, but a kind of wacky teacher. You are never right, he is always right, and if you don't understand something, he waves his hands at you and expects you to figure it out. he is a smart guy though.
I love Mr. Smith. He is rated the number one english teacher by my multiple SAT tutors. He is very intelligent and you will be an improved English student... GUARENTEED!
mr. smith might be a good teacher for some ppl but deff not for me.. he also makes me feel really uncomfortable and hes intimidating and i really dont like him and i cant learn anything.
Smith likes to act like MrToughGuy in front of the class to the point where he'll stop teaching in the middle of a lesson just to try to embarrass or shame you. He made class a real negative experienc
i have got to admit, mr. smith is a smart guy and everything, but he is never wrong, his students will never be right, hes just not teacher material to concided i think...
He's the best teacher in the world. if you dont understand his class, then that's ur problem, you should care about your work, and then you will get good grades.
such a nerd that he was so funny.. good personality but not that good of a teacher
best sense of humor ever in a teacher. really helps his students, and ahs good intrests
Because of our shared interest of Forensic Science, Mr. Smith became such a great friend. He's a teacher I'll always remember. Awesome teacher-HILARIOUS!!!
he has to stop making fun of everyone else and look at himself
He's Mr. Smith. Simply put. His sense of humor is awesome, but you've got to have one yourself to appreciate it, he does a good job and tries really hard.
Mr. Smith helped prepare me for college by forcing me to apply myself. The best part of his class was when we would just sit and talk. We had fun and learned.
I learned more in Mr. Smith class than I have in all the other sciences combined. He also would tell us hillarious stories and anecdodes. You da man Smith
Had him for 10th Grade Honors Eng. Didn't learn very much. He's cryptic in his lessons. Perhaps he feels that encourages critical thinking. It doesn't.
Mr. Smith is all about responsibility, grow up and do the work and you will earn your grade, if you act like a baby, you get nothing
He's weird, you either hate him or love him. he has his own way of doing things that most people dont understand so they dont like him.
I'm not too sure that Mr. Smith could do anything more for us students. He's here every morning and afternoonf or xtra help. If he did any more he'd be a tutor