Organic Chemistry Help
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Connect with expert organic chemistry teachers for live help from wherever you are through convenient online office hours.
Ask questions and get them answered by our team of organic chemistry teachers, through live chat and email.
Review specific topics in your video library, anytime, anywhere and get extra practice before your exams.
Office hours don’t need to happen in an office. Our organic chemistry experts are here for you, live online. Get help with a challenging topic on an upcoming exam or with a homework problem in real-time. Plus, learn by watching other students’ organic chemistry questions get answered.
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Need to review before a big exam? Your video library is open 24/7. From mass and moles to redox reactions, we’ve got you covered. Then, practice what you’ve learned with additional problems, complete with answers and explanations.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens when I enroll?
When you enroll, you’ll get immediate access to your student portal where you’ll find live help, and your review and practice material.
How can I get organic chemistry help from a teacher?
Our experts are here for you with live online office hours. Log in to your student portal any afternoon, Monday through Thursday, and get live help. Have a quick question for us? Our teachers are available for live chat through your student portal any afternoon, Monday through Thursday.
How should I use my organic chemistry resource library?
Review before or after a class and get more problem-solving practice in your resource library, available 24/7. Use the videos to review for your organic chemistry quizzes and tests or refresh what you learned in class. Then, use the organic chemistry problems to practice what you’ve learned.
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Meet your OrgoHelp teachers
We know that great teaching is about more than knowing the material. Our teachers are committed, captivating instructors who work with students to make challenging topics manageable and easy to understand.
Our team of teachers
Our caring OrgoHelp instructors know how to break down difficult organic chemistry concepts so you can understand and apply them in your homework assignments and exams.
Daniel Villavecer has been teaching and tutoring students in Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physics for over five years. He has been with Kaplan for the last year, helping Pre-Health students with DAT test prep as an instructor and tutor. Daniel holds a Bachelors of Science in Cell and Developmental Biology (Honors) and a Masters of Science in Cell and Molecular Biology (Honors).
Daniel has taught students from elementary school to undergrad.
Tom Volo has been teaching at Kaplan since 2007, with an emphasis on physics (mechanics), general chemistry, and organic chemistry. In addition to his teaching at Kaplan, Tom also serves as a TA and instructor at Arizona State University for several types of engineering classes. He has a MS in Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Tom was the Outstanding Engineering Student of the Year (Greater Phoenix Area Engineering Week, 2014)
Bridget Dillon is a third year medical student at Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2012 with a BS in Biological Sciences and Theology. She earned a MS in Microbiology/Immunology from Virginia Commonwealth in 2014. She has been with Kaplan for four years in a variety of test prep roles, including private tutor and classroom instructor.
Bridget is an aspiring pediatrician, and is in the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians.
Chris Culbertson has been teaching General and Organic Chemistry as a member of Kaplan Test Prep’s Pre-Health Faculty since 2007. Over the last ten years with Kaplan, Chris has helped thousands of students launch their future careers as Physicians, Dentists, Optometrists and Pharmacists by providing expert instruction in the sciences. Chris has a BA in Biological Sciences from Northwestern University, a Master of Arts in Medical Sciences from Loyola University Chicago, and has completed Master of Science coursework in Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Outside of the classroom, Chris is an infectious diseases research specialist.
OrgoHelp Study Library
Your review library covers all essential Orgo I and Orgo II topics.
- Straight Chain Alkanes
- Branched Chain Alkanes
- Newman Projections
Alkenes and Alkynes
- Alkene Nomenclature
- Alkyne Nomenclature
- Nucleophiles and Electrophiles
- Markovnikov Addition
- Anti-Markovnikov Addition
- Syn and Anti Addition
- Conformational Isomers
- Cis/Trans Isomers
Substitution and Elimination
- Leaving Groups
- The SN1 Mechanism
- The SN2 Mechanism
- Substitution Reaction Conditions
- The E2 Mechanism
- The E1 Mechanism
- Elimination Reaction Conditions
- Alcohol Nomenclature and Properties
- Reactions of Alcohols
- Ether Synthesis
Aldehydes and Ketones
- Carbonyl Nomenclature
- Nucleophilic Additions
Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives
- Carboxyl Nomenclature and Properties
- Carboxyl Acidity
- Organic Redox
- Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution
- Carboxyl Derivatives
- Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
- Directing Effects
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