Average 4.8 based on 17 teacher ratings
Mark Sakakibara is a Physics teacher at Delta Secondary School located in Delta, British Columbia. When comparing Mark Sakakibara's ratings to other teachers in the province of British Columbia, Mark Sakakibara's ratings are above the average of 4.1 stars. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Delta Secondary School is 4.08 stars.
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Hands down best teacher I've ever had! I never really liked physics that much but I needed it for university. I took his class and its honestly my favorite class now! Even though he makes fun of me all the time, his class is so much fun.

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Mr. Sak honestly has to be one of the best teachers, if not the best, I've ever had. I currently have him for Physics 11, and even though he insults me (jokes of course..mostly) almost religiously, I know he really honestly cares about his students and their learning. He's a fun teacher, and has given me hope for something I never ever thought I could do. You're killer Sak- thank you

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Mr.Sak may be my favourite teacher. Ever. He runs his class extremely well, he has perfected his teaching methods, & is extremely engaging. I always look forward to physics, it can be a hard class, but Mr.Sak is truly what makes it great. He seems genuinely interested in what he teaches. He will ALWAYS help you, & try to find different ways to help you understand. I have a fun time every day in physics & I mourn over any class that I miss out on when I'm sick. I love the class, & I love Sak! A+!

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One of the best tecachers I've ever had; he makes learning about difficult topics fun and easy and spends hours of his time helping his students.
Best kinda teacher outthere

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"Useless"----- best teacher ever!!!!!

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I had the pleasure of Sak teaching me Physics 11 in Grade 10. He's respected and liked by most students. Best teacher any student could ever ask for! His unit tests are a tad difficult.

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one word only to describe him... UBER-AWESOMEEEEE!!!!!

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He makes physics so much more interesting, and he is an interesting guy himself. He actually seems like he likes what he teaches.

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he is relly funny!!!

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saks da best...except 4 those one or two tricky qs "ta separate da smart from da brainiacs"

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Mark is the man, so easy to have fun with and pull pranks. Great experiances in that class

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had him in grade 11, did okay...in grade 12 switched schools, and ACED the provincial THANKS MARK!

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mad hard mid terms man..sak EZ UP

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Great man, what else can I say?

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mr sak rocks!

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One of my best teachers ever

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Delta Secondary School is located in Delta, British Columbia with an average teacher rating of 4.08 stars. When comparing Delta Secondary School's teachers to other teachers in the province of British Columbia, Delta Secondary School's teachers are below the average of 4.1 stars. Delta Secondary School ranks 112 amongst all High Schools in the province of British Columbia. Learn More