Organic Chemistry Basics: Why Long Study Hours Doesn't Equal Organic Chemistry Success

Conventional wisdom says that the longer the time you spend doing something, the better you get at it.

I call foul on studying organic chemistry. And so are many others.

In fact according to Oxford Learning, for every 30 minutes that you spend studying, you should take a 10-15 minute refresher. Why?


This gives your brain the opportunity to file away the things that you've learned for safe keeping.


If you're constantly slamming your head full of info in hopes that it will stick, well think about trying to fill up a water balloon. There's only so much water you can put in before it pops in your hand and you get soaking wet.

When your brain pops from all of the info you're trying to stuff in it, you won't remember any of what you've tried learn. And if you do, it won't be in the most efficient order.


Studying non-stop is not the answer. It may seem like it on first glance, but what you really need to be doing is short focused bursts of productive. One tip that I learned from a famous advertiser named Eugene Schwartz was the 33:33 method.


Set a timer for 33 minutes and 33 seconds. Within that time period, you can focus on whatever you want, but you only focus on doing that one thing. I've done this several times, especially with creating this website, and the amount you get done is amazing.


It forces you to be focused, not playing around on flakebook and crapchat. That is where you will find the most gains.


However, for you to be this focused, you have to have focused notes that you can scroll through quickly and efficiently to get the most out of your time. The premade Hack Organic 1 bundle has the focused notes you need to make the most of your study time so you're not wasting precious time needed to get your white coat.

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