She was definitely the hardest teacher I ever had and doesn't like her students all too much. She marks hard and I'm pretty sure she didn't even look at my equilibrium retest. At the end of the year though you'll have everything you need for university chemistry. Going from her class to chem 1300 was a breeze and it was also my best mark after exams had finished. If you think you can keep up with her then I would say she's a good teacher for chem.
Ms. Teller is a great teacher and cares about her students. You will be well prepared for university...you get a lot out of her classes. She is a tough, but fair marker and although you have to actually work in her class...it is well worth it.
She is the hardest teacher I've ever had, and the best at doing her job. I've learned so much in just one semester. It was exhausting and stressful and yes I cried butit helped me become hardworking. I'm always going to appreciate her. Thanks! :)
not a very good teacher she messes everyone up about 8-10 kids dropped out of her grade 12 chem class in the first week becuz noone had any idea what she was teaching!!!!!!!!
I really do not like her. everytime i ask her question she kept telling me that she could not tell me. and in class, she just go though the note without ant specific detial. the mark we get is too low.
She's really tough and her labs are insanely confusing, but i definitely remember everything she taught us.
Mrs. Teller is a great teacher. She set tough standard for grad 12 chem class because she thinks that should be helpful once they enter University. So work harder in class is the key.
She is a good teacher compared to other teachers in the school
If you're in an hounors course, expect more work. She was a nice teacher.
she can be a real pain when it comes to due dates but she is somewhat helpful. I hope you don't have her for science 20 honors or be prepared for 50 pages on one assignment. oh the pain.
You really have to work in her class..but you learn.
She sets very tough standards, but a lot is learnt from her courses. For science honours, her approach is "fast paced" and a whole lot more, sometimes maybe overwhelming. University-type approach.
I think Mrs. Teller is a very nice teacher once you will realize if work hard at chemistry
Knows her stuff, but doesn't seem to enjoy teaching. If you aren't inherently smart, she has little patience for you.
Mrs. Teller is a horrible teacher. Gives unreasonably low amounts of time to complete assignments, difficult to understand and overall a sadistic person. I hope we never meet again
In hindsight, she isn't that bad. She doesn't give you any breaks and you have to work for her mark. However, you will be missing her once you enter universit
Helps those who help themselves. My obnoxious and/or lazy classmates got what they deserved, in my opinion. Behave in class and work hard, and you'll do well.
Sometimes students determine the class climate and a low average also reflects the students. I enjoyed her chem. class - always available when I needed help.
You need to work to do well, but she's around to help during spares. Used her notes a lot in University.
She expects a lot of her students and doesn't put up with any one who's lazy or rude. She spent a lot of extra time helping me with chem.
I took a class by her five years ago and she was very courteous to me. One gets treated how one wants to treat the other person. Not that bad if you work hard
Goes very fast and makes things confusing. Very serious.
Very hard marker, doesn't like to give half marks or extra make-up assignments
really hard teacher, u have to work really hard to get 85+%
Very cold, hard to approach. Almost takes pleasure in seeing students struggle.