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Organic chemistry, or “orgo” for short, is a branch of chemistry revolving around matter that contain carbon atoms. If you are in the premedical track or are interested in chemistry, you are bound to encounter organic chemistry. Having a solid foundation of organic compounds and their reactions can help you better understand how chemistry and biology are tied together in the world around us. Topics in organic chemistry include the theories and applications of carbon compounds, the structure of hydrocarbons, organic functional groups, and more. There are many careers revolving around organic chemistry. For example, chemistry teachers, chemists, clinical research coordinators, natural sciences managers, and water resource specialists all need to have a solid understanding of organic chemistry in order to do well. Other professions that also require a grasp of organic chemistry are chemistry plant and system operators, chemical technicians, food science technicians, materials scientists, nuclear monitoring technicians, soil and plant scientists, and much more. Since so many professions have to be well-versed in this subject, there is no doubt that knowing organic chemistry inside and out is a strong skill to have.
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Boise State University provides a plethora of resources for those who want to supplement their lectures and classes. From multiple choice questions to visual aids to tutorials, this website has got you covered when you need more organic chemistry help outside of the classroom. https://chemistry.boisestate.edu/richardbanks/organic/organicchem.html
Professor William Reusch from Michigan State University provides many practice problems sorted by topic. These problem sets are especially helpful because of how similar the questions are to those on standardized exams like the GRE, ACS, and MCAT. http://www2.chemistry.msu.edu/faculty/reusch/VirtTxtJml/Questions/problems/indexam.htm
Barnard College’s multimedia guide provides videos and written instructions that demonstrate different experiments done in lab. Though learning through this website does not replace the hands-on experience obtained in a real lab, it can help you prepare for and understand similar organic chemistry experiments you will encounter in the future. http://chemistry.barnard.edu/orgolab
UC Davis has thorough, coherent notes accompanied by 3D models and Lewis structures that explain the many different kinds of organic compounds. http://chemwiki.ucdavis.edu/Organic_Chemistry