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Orgo Final Review: The Big Picture

Dec 10 2010

My first semester organic chemistry final exam review session will be this Saturday (12/11) at 5:30 PM in Mendel 213. (You will be out of there by about 7:30 so you can still enjoy your weekend).

I will cover the "big picture" of organic chemistry- major ideas and themes, such as:

  • How do you know what type of reaction it will be? (SN1/SN2/E1/E2)
  • How do you work with alkenes and alkynes?
  • How can you tell if a reaction is Markovnikov or anti-Markovnikov?
  • How do conjugation and aromaticity affect a reaction?
  • Where do carbocations fit into all of this? What about rearrangement

In general, this review session will answer the question "How can I tell what is going on?"

I will cover material from chapters 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11, among others.

This review session will be helpful to students in every section of organic chemistry (all professors).

If you're interested in attending either please fill out this sign up form or email my email address so that I have an idea of the head count.

Review Class Information

Do you have a test or quiz coming up in organic chemistry?
Then consider attending one of my orgo review classes.

I hold review classes 1-2 days before every test or quiz.
We go over the concepts and hit the problems so you walk into your exam well prepared.

Classes run for 1.5 to 2 hours.
I provide my own materials and practice questions. We spend most of our time "hitting the problems."

After the lesson I hang around for another 1-2 hours to do more review problems, go over concepts, or in general just to help with anything anyone might need help with.
Everyone is welcome to stay for as long as he or she would like.

And as always, your first review class is free.

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