I am having difficulties studying for organic chemistry. The concepts don't seem especially difficult, but I am not performing where I want to be at in this class (1st semester organic chemistry). I do fine in math and physics, and even did well in general chemistry, but it seems the skills necessary in this class aren't the same as the other classes. I don't know if it's specific to my professor, but getting all the variations of things such as all the different isomers and naming all of them and such...I can't pinpoint exactly what it is but I cannot perform right now. I have been going to his office for extra help and using outside resources, but I was wondering if anyone had any specific hints or tips for how to do well in this class. I study a lot more for this class than physics or math and still do worse in it.