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I found that actually sitting down and reading the textbook and going through the worked out problems really helped me. I also plan on doing as many of the homework problems as possible - practice is the best way to understand it.
There are a video module and assessment questions available on the class website. I find it helpful to work out the problems on there because they deal with both conceptual and calculation problems.
Definitely do the homework problems and also search up more problems online if you need more practice! To understand the topic better conceptually I recommend reading the textbook and watching videos about the topic online (the organic chemistry tutor on YouTube has really good ones)
I find watching videos very helpful. It's a change of pace from lecture since we usually have to copy down stuff. Videos give me a chance to just listen. If the modules that are provided aren't enough, then I suggest watching Crash Course or Bozeman Science videos on YouTube.
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