How can I prepare organic chemistry for the exam?
U can take unacademy classes from skc sir
He is best for organic chemistry
You can prepare organic chemistry and it’s very scoring.
If you are a dropper then your teachers must be teaching you on the basis of reaction type like SN1 E1
Etc but for understanding that you need to go through chapter wise organic NCERT book.
Follow NCERT and then your institution notes and then practice questions related to it.
You can also make short notes /mind maps of that chapter will help you a lot. Organic GOC is all about understanding. Go as conceptual as you can in that and after that solve mcqs or questions bank you have right now.
If you want to follow some extra book you can also follow that too eg Bala ji publication or GRB etc but first you have to complete everything from your institution.
Take help of mentors in understanding as well as making short notes of chapters.
I will not list each chapter separately and write how important they are all. Before starting training, I will list everything as my personal mentor said before the exam. I was helped during my training through Exprto’s JEE Mentoring Program. Reasonable range advice on do’s and don’ts - (implied in IIT JEE basic and advanced) 1- Don’t spend too much time on iupac and basic dichotomy. 2-Tautomerism and stereoisomerism are the most frequently asked questions in JEE. 3-Hydrocarbons - mainly halogenation of alkanes, electrophilic addition to alkenes/alkynes, especially those whose mechanism is related to stereochemistry, various reducing and oxidizing agents. 4-Haloalkanes - SN and elimination reactions, polyhalogen compounds, uses, physical properties (mostly ignored by students, but likely to be asked in exams) 5- Alcohols - test methods, oxidation, Esterification, Glycols, Glycerin, Polyhydroxy, Applications, Industrial Production Processes. 6- Ether Ring Opening, Reaction with HX 7- Carbonyl - Whole chapter, different types of condensation + conjugate addition, test methods (top priority) + special focus on HCHO polymerization. 8- Carboxylic acid – mostly his GOC type questions regarding acidity or decarboxylation, heating effects, etc. Grignard reaction with acid derivatives9-Amine - GPC-based questions about basic strength, aromaticity, methods of testing and separation, dyes, azo combinations. aromatics require additional weight in each chapter and are often asked about specific reactions, tests, stability, order of reactions, etc. Finally, it focuses entirely on biomolecules and polymers, samples and previous year releases from these divisions