CHM 2210

Spring 2018

Welcome to the spring 2018 semester! We are located in Howard Philips Hall room 115 (HPH 115). Take a look at our tutoring hours and practice materials below, and don’t forget to join our Facebook (link provided below) to stay updated!


Gabriella F.: @ SARC Lab in Howard Philips Hall room 115 (HPH 115)

  • Wednesday, 8 am – 10 am
  • Friday, 8 am – 10 am

Austin Rahman.: @ SARC Lab in Howard Philips Hall room 115(HPH 115)

  • Mondays, 3 pm -5 pm
  • Wednesday, 3 pm -5 pm


Course Practice Materials

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  • Practice, Practice, Practice… Think of Orgo as a skill. Just cause you can make it from the three-point line once, doesn’t mean you will be able to on game day.
  • Start early, you would much rather figure something is hard early on, rather a few days before the exam.
  • Don’t ever give up, others have done exceptionally well, and so can you!
  • Orgo builds on itself, so stay on it.


Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Practice Questions – CHM 2210


Chapter 2

Chapter 2 Practice Questions – CHM 2210


Chapter 3

Chapter 3 CHM 2210– Practice Questions


Chapter 4

Chapter 4 Practice Questions – CHM 2210


Chapter 5

Chapter 5 CHM 2210 – Practice Questions


Chapter 7

Chapter 7 CHM 2210 – Practice Questions
List of Polar aprotic and protic solvents


Chapter 8

Chapter 8 CHM 2210 – Practice Questions


Chapter 9

Chapter 9 CHM 2210 – Practice Questions
Epoxide Handout


Chapter 10

Chapter 10 CHM 2210 – Practice Questions


Chapter 11

Chapter 11 CHM 2210 – Practice Questions


More Stuff! 😀 Wooo!!

sarc orgo meme

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Summer 2017

Welcome to the summer 2017 semester, hopefully everyone enjoyed the break and is ready to jump into the material! The session times for this semester are below and feel free to use any of the resources from the previous semesters.

Times @ SARC

Monday: 3:00pm-5:00pm

Tuesday & Thursday: 12:30pm-2:30pm

Times @ VARC

Monday & Wednesday: 12:30pm-2:30pm


Wednesdays: 6:30-7:20 pm

Passcode: OPAL

Review Chapters 5,6,7, and 8

July 5th, 2017 at 8:30-10:30 am at SARC

CHM 2210 Review-Exam 2 Chapters 5,6,7 and 8

Review Chapters 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

July 24, 2017- 5:00-7:00pm

exam 3- Dr. Hashim

Final Review- Chapters 1-14 Dr. Hashim and Dr. Daoudi
HPA 1 119 3:00-5:00pm

Organic Chemistry Final Review

Spring 2017

Here is the 2017 Study Union Review by Natalie Weekfall. Good luck with your finals 🙂

Study Union Review Material

This is a final exam Review from Fall 2016 by Samantha

Welcome to the Spring 2017 semester! The SARC Peer tutors are enthusiastic to work with you this semester to achieve success in Organic Chemistry. Session times are listed below and will be held every week for the rest of the semester. Please check back here often for additional resources or announcements about Test Reviews.

OPAL will be Tuesday at 3:30pm-4:20pm. See the OPAL tab for the schedule that has the links in it or click HERE and use the room passcode “OPAL”

Times @ SARC

Monday and Thursday  8:00am-10:30am
Monday 2:30pm-5:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am-12:30pm

Times @ VARC

Wednesday 5:00pm-7:00pm
Friday 3:00pm-5:00pm

For additional FREE materials please check out the following website:

Fall 2016 Materials

Notes from Study Union

Student’s Handout for Ch. 13

Handout for Samantha’s Study Union

Student’s Note on Ch. 10-12

Ch. 11 Handout

Ch. 10 Handout (Student’s Version)

Ch. 10 Handout

Synthesis Strategies

Student Handout of Ch. 8

Ch. 9 Worksheet and Answers

Ch. 9 Handout

Samantha’s Notes from Exam Review

Student’s Notes for Exam Review (5-8) GOLD

Exam Review Ch 5-8

Ch. 7 Handout

Ch. 7 and 8

Ch. 6 Handout

Ch. 5 Handout

Ch. 4 Handout

Acid and Base Handout

Resonance Handout

Note: session times are below and sessions begin the second week of classes. Some materials will be posted here, but the majority will be paper copy only during sessions (AKA- come to sessions frequently!!!)
The reading guide below is useful when your trying to figure out what ideas you should have after reading the text. Reading guides for other chapters as well as additional practice problems can be retrieved as paper copies during sessions.

For some additional resources go to to

Summer 2016 Materials



Some practice problems for Synthesis are below. Note that The Ch 10 problems may also require some Ch 9 reagents.

Chapter 09 synthesis practice

Chapter 10 Synthesis Practice

Edit: For the Ch 9 problems number two, replace the chlorine in the product with a bromine. For fun: why is this change necessary? Can you think of a way around it?