Question by thisipromisey0u: Best organic chem study guide?
In my gen Chem class, we learned a little bit of o chem at the very end of the class. I did horrible on my test over the o chem material, and missed all of the questions regarding o chem on my final. I’m going to be taking o chem in the fall, and was wondering what is the best study guide for it? I found that my problems was that I thought I knew the subject, but when I took the test.. I totally blanked out and I couldn’t necessarily remember the type of processes that would have led to that product, etc… so i really want to prepare a lil in the summer. would you recommend any of these books? or something else?
-Organic Chemistry as a Second Language: Translating the Basic Concepts by David R. R. Klein
-Organic Chemistry I For Dummies by Arthur Winter
-Orgocards: Organic Chemistry Review, 160 Cards
by Steven Q. Wang, William Berkowitz, Jennifer Wu, Babak Razani, Edward J.K. Lee
-The Nuts and Bolts of Organic Chemistry: A Student’s Guide to Success by Joel Karty
Answer by joie_du_cor
I wish I could remember what my class used for Orgo. That was a nasty, nasty class. I’d probably go for some sort of workbook, because I need that active repetition for all the memorization to stick.
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