Organic Chemistry makes up a significant portion of the MCAT. A comprehensive review of the concepts behind Organic Chemistry is a necessary part of the MCAT review process. Who better to review Organic Chemistry with than an expert? Dr. Adam Le Gresley, Associate Professor in the Pharmacy and Chemistry Department at Kingston University, London, is an expert in the field of Organic Chemistry. Through high-yield lectures, Dr. Le Gresley will review the key concepts of Organic Chemistry to expand and sharpen your knowledge base.
Learn about addition reactions, oxidation, nomenclature and amide formation through high quality video lectures, supported by a myriad of high-yield, interactive quizzes, topic reviews, clinical pearls and mnemonics.
The goal of the lectures is to go beyond memorizing facts. Dr. Le Gresley's high-yield lectures will provide you with a deep understanding of Organic Chemistry.
This course will cover all of the following, essential concepts of Organic Chemistry:
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I like this course because it is very concise and the videos are broken down into small manageable chunks. I also like how I can make quality notes from the video. I feel like I have learnt a lot from them and have found them really beneficial. The only criticism I would have is that I would like for some concepts to be made a little bit clearer as feel like I am not completely understand everything. However, that could just be because I'm a college student trying to learn uni-level stuff! I really like the questions afterwards but I think it would be even better if there was an explanation as to why that is the correct answer.
The lectures are difficult to understand due to pace and lack of subject detail
Very easy the explain ation was very good thanks alot sir
There needs to be mechanisms. The lecture, as-is, is entirely superficial.