I suppose this is the right place to post this. I have been studying organic chemistry from more than three-four months and i can't even remember the basic reactions. There seems to be so many reactions which i need to memorize. Whenever i sit to do questions on the reactions, i always need to keep my book near me to check the reaction which is asked in the question. I can hardly solve 1 out of 10 question without looking into book and sometimes i am not confident enough about that 1 answer too. How you guys study organic? I mean there are too many reactions, how you people go about remembering them. I try to read my notes everyday so that i don't forget them but still i am never able to memorize them. I even rewrite the reactions but yet it doesn't help me. I am doing this just for the sake of examinations, i don't want to get a bad score due to organic. Physical and Inorganic Chemistry are easier than organic and i score good marks in them. Moreover, i am doing organic on my own because my teacher isn't really good at teaching this subject. My teacher doesn't really know how things work in organic chemistry, i have tried to seek help from him on the questions but he end up giving me some false logic which doesn't really work in other questions due to which i don't ask him now. Any opinions from your side would be appreciated. Thanks!