[AsK]emUnited Question 4: Learning organic chemistry


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Question 4: Best way to learn organic chemistry?

Should I learn the organic chemistry equations from the book or can I simplify them?
Can I use english stanzas in Urdu tashreeh and vice versa?





Answer:
Stick to the book. But yes use more extensive formulae that explain the mechanisms in one or two equations. Add all the steps to the reaction.
Make sure your checker knows that you know the real thing. Simplify the stuff when there is a time management issue. Otherwise NO.

and NO for that language stuff. Use urdu in urdu exam and english in the english one. You can translate a quote/stanza you from any language you like but examiners disapprove of using urdu/english in english/urdu exam.

 -Unsa



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