When you start learning organic chemistry it can be quite daunting. You have to learnt the IUPAC system of nomenclature; how to draw many different types of formulae; and more types of isomers than you could have ever imagine existed.

The good news is you have 16 chapters of organic chemistry to study (for AQA A-level, similar for other specifications) so plenty of time to get it right. The bad news is organic chemistry can be quite challenging until you have a good grasp of the basics.

Introduction to organic chemistry workbook for independent study

To help you out with this, I have a free Introduction to Organic Chemistry workbook, which will help you learn the rules and put them into practice.

This workbook will be your guide and instruct you what to make notes on so that you learn nomeclature, isomerism and formulae. You’ll need to use an exam board endorsed textbook, youtube videos or your school notes to help you complete it. I’ve also included some worksheets to help you put your knowledge into practice, and a guide to learning the A-level chemistry organic reaction mechanisms, which will come in handy as you study the later organic topics.

The workbook is aimed at students studying the AQA AS and A-level specification. However since it covers the very basics of organic chemistry it will be helpful to students of any A-level chemistry specification.

If you’re someone who struggles to make notes without copying the textbook out, feels like the notes you make don’t actually help you answer exam questions, or are teaching yourself the topic, you’ll find this particularly helpful.

Download it free now

You can download the introduction to organic chemistry workbook completely free of charge from my TES shop. Click here.