Average 4.47 based on 27 teacher ratings
Angeline Chew is a Science teacher at Centennial Secondary School located in Coquitlam, British Columbia. When comparing Angeline Chew's ratings to other teachers in the province of British Columbia, Angeline Chew's ratings are above the average of 4.27 stars. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Centennial Secondary School is 4.22 stars.
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Cool teacher. she was very laid back on homework. she gives a lot of time for homework too.........

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If you can't learn by sitting and filling in blanks on note packages while listening to her talk....her bio 12 course is not for you. Nice person, not my favourite teacher. Could have something to do with the fact that I just don't like bio.

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Ms. Chew is a very good teacher. She has many innovative ways of teaching biology and her class is definitely enjoyable. That being said, I also learned a lot when I was in her biology 12 class in spring of 2009.

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Amazing, always willing to help, always wants the best in her students, love her classes, uses all teaching methods, YOU ROCK.

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She's a good teacher, but if she had a better sense of humour the class maybe more enjoyable. Also her tests are super hard so it's hard to get a high mark in her class.

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She was definitely one of my favorite teachers. She tended to every student's needs (given that they wanted help).

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I have absolutely NO idea what the people below me are on! Ms. Chew is an amazing teacher! She is helpful and hilarious and is willing to help. All you need to do is ask.

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i used to like her a lot, now nope. she has absolutely no sense of sympathy, no kindness, no understanding of people... she should teach adults instead, mayb they'll be able 2 handle her meanness.

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I only had her for grade nine. But she did teach well. If you don't pay attention in her class then you're skrewed over. But if you do, then you'll do well, and wont get yelled at.

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biology AP was not fun with her, she is too strict sometimes and does not have a sense of humor

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The worst teacher that I have had over my 4 years in Cent. However, it's either you really like her or you don't like her. She's really boring and formulated.

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she is a good teacher but is too hard for late hw and projects. I heard teachers are not supposed to take off marks for lates. Some students need more time for certain subjects

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best stories. wonderful teacher. works VERY hard. awesome just awesome

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Ms Chew is probably the BEST teacher by whom I've been taught. I love biology even more now, and am even thinking about going into forensics. Study the textbook as well as her notes, participate in class and you're good=D

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she's probably the best teacher i've ever had. she's so responsible, knows what she's teaching, and she's never boring or hard.

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Ms. Chew is the best bio teacher. I really enjoyed her class. She has the best note packages and is really organised. She is always available for extra help. I can't say enough.

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pretty good teacher. she gives great notes. and explains with role play, diagram, and notes.

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She's one of the best teacher you can have for Bio 12. She's hard, but the challenges prepare you for prov. Great teaching style, typed notes. Don't let her catch you copying tho!

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Clear expectations but unclear on tests.Added stuff on tests that was not taught.Not clear explaining things.Needs to understand the stresses that the gr 12's on provincials.

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Willing to help but a bit two-faced when decisions had to be made. Put things on tests that were not taught. Unclear when explaining things. Needs to understand the stress on 12's

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Having her really helped me prepare for university, she's a great teacher.

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Awesome Bio 11 and Science 9 teacher. Too bad I don't have her for Bio 12.

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she has good explanation and examples. she has great question to challenge us in which making us thinking. it's great to have her in centennial

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If only every teacher were as dedicated as her. She has the best stories/examples and makes biology fun. Centennial is lucky to have her. Challenges you.

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she has the best stories

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Centennial Secondary School is located in Coquitlam, British Columbia with an average teacher rating of 4.22 stars. When comparing Centennial Secondary School's teachers to other teachers in the province of British Columbia, Centennial Secondary School's teachers are below the average of 4.27 stars. Centennial Secondary School ranks 174 amongst all High Schools in the province of British Columbia. Learn More