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Get a Better Grade in Organic ChemistryOrganic Chemistry may be challenging, but that doesn't mean you can't get the grade you want. With David Klein's Organic Chemistry as a Second Language: Translating the Basic Concepts, you'll be able to better understand fundamental principles, solve problems, and focus on what you need to know to succeed.Here's how you can get a better grade in Organic Chemistry:Understand the Big Picture.Organic Chemistry as a Second Language points out the major principles in Organic Chemistry and explains why they are relevant to the rest of the course. By putting these principles together, you'll have a coherent framework that will help you better understand your textbook.Study More Efficiently and EffectivelyOrganic Chemistry as a Second Language provides time-saving study tips and a clear roadmap for your studies that will help you to focus your efforts.Improve Your Problem-Solving SkillsOrganic Chemistry as a Second Language will help you develop the skills you need to solve a variety of problem types-even unfamiliar ones!Need Help in Your Second Semester?Get Klein's Organic Chemistry II as a Second Language!978-0-471-73808-5
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