Complete Collection

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Original price was: $299.85.Current price is: $129.85.

Save a ton with this bundle offer and get all the organic chemistry notes, summaries, and cheat sheets we have in store! That’s more than 300 pages of meticulously hand crafted, designed and color-coded notes! This is one of the most comprehensive collection of organic chemistry notes available on the Internet and it is constantly growing! So, stop wasting time focusing on frantic note taking and start learning!

This collection currently includes:

  1. Bonding and resonance (from VSEPR theory, to common patterns, to types of resonance, etc.)
  2. Detailed notes on nucleophiles, electrophiles, substitution, and elimination mechanisms
  3. Notes on the acid-base chemistry with examples of how to use the pKa table and acid-base equilibrium in organic chemistry
  4. Reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, aromatic compounds, carbonyls (aldehydes and ketones), carboxylic acids, enols and enolates and more with detailed mechanisms and explanations!
  5. Stereochemistry including the chair conformations, enantiomers, diastereomers, and meso compounds
  6. Spectroscopy with a details step-by-step guide to solving spectra

I constantly update, expand, and tweak my notes to make them the ultimate guide to your success in organic chemistry! By purchasing the entire collection, you get all sets that I currently have in store so you can do a review for your finals and MCAT later. This way, you can download what you need right now and then come back to these notes later for more when you’re ready for review.

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Are you looking for a comprehensive set of organic chemistry summary notes? This is exactly a set like that! With over 300 pages of notes, summaries, examples, tips & tricks, and detailed mechanisms, this is truly one of the most comprehensive collections you can get to help you ace your next exam.

How are these organic chemistry notes different?

I carefully design my summary notes based on how students use them. When you write your notes, you probably start a new topic on a new page, right? You probably don’t try to jam as much stuff as you can on a single page? I approach my notes with the same idea: each topic or a reaction is its own page (or two if that’s a long mechanism). This makes these notes perfect from printing out and adding to your organic chemistry binder. You can only print the pages you want and you’ll never have to worry about awkward breaks.

I also use a consistent color coding scheme throughout my notes, so it is very easy to follow them. For instance, I only use red for curved arrows in the mechanisms. This way, you can always easily skim the mechanism to get the feel for the electron flow that will be visually distinct from the rest of the notes!

How these notes are organized?

The notes are organized by the chemistry of each functional group. Plus, I have dedicated sections for spectroscopy, stereochemistry, and substitution & elimination reactions. They are also written in such a way as to allow you to pull separate pages apart and compile your own study or review set. This also makes it easy to add those to your own notes.

Many students who bought these notes told me that they’ve uploaded them to their favorite note taking app like GoodNotes or Notability and then pulled the pages they needed for the review when they needed them adding their own class notes in between or adding these notes to their class notes making a comprehensive study guide. The notes are intended to be “pulled apart” and re-organized in a way that works for you and your course.

I can take my own notes, why do I need these?

You absolutely can you you should take your own notes! When you’re rewriting or reorganizing your own chemistry notes, however, you’ll be facing the challenge of condensing, reworking, and cleaning up your notes into a concise summary that you can use later on for reviewing. This takes time. And I kid you not, this takes hours if not days out of your life! Hours and days you could’ve been studying or practicing problems! I’ve done this work for you and I put my 20 years of teaching experience into organizing these organic chemistry notes into the most productive form for studying and review. For each topic I always start from the general overview, followed by the details and then, examples. This is a research-proven way to study chemistry that I embody in my summary notes.

Will these notes help me study?


So far, I’ve told you a lot what these notes are. But let me tell you what these notes are not! They are not a magic pill that will solve all of your organic chemistry problems without you putting any effort in. I’ve purposefully combined these notes in a way to give you all the information you need about chemistry of each functional group without sticking to any specific textbook.

Unlike a textbook, my notes do not repeat the same information multiple times. But I still have it all. So, instead of 1500 pages that you have in the textbook, I’ve managed to condense the entire course to ~300 pages that you can use to stitch that perfect review set you need for a midterm, final, or just a class material review!

Organic Chemistry Collection Contents

  1. Spectroscopy (14 pages)
  2. Bonding and Resonance (10 pages)
  3. Acid-Base Chemistry (13 pages)
  4. Stereochemistry (30 pages)
  5. Substitution and Elimination Reactions (33 pages)
  6. Alkenes
    • Reactions of Alkenes (28 pages)
  7. Alkynes
    • Reactions of Alkynes (20 pages)
  8. Alcohols
    • Reactions of Alcohols (15 pages)
  9. Ethers, Epoxides, Sulfides
    • Synthesis and Reactions of Ethers, Epoxides, and Sulfides (16 pages)
  10. Amines
    • Synthesis and Reactions of Amines (30 pages)
  11. Conjugated Systems (26 pages)
  12. Aromatic Compounds
    • Aromatic Compounds and Aromaticity (7 pages)
    • Reactions of Aromatic Compounds (16 pages)
  13. Aldehydes and Ketones
    • Reactions of Aldehydes and Ketones (22 pages)
  14. Carboxylic Acids
    • Reactions of Carboxylic Acids (18 pages)
  15. Enols and Enolates
    • Reactions of Enols and Enolates (30 pages)

I constantly work on my organic chemistry notes and update them based on your feedback. I also regularly add new notes and new topics to existing sets. Is there a specific set you want to see in this collection? Just let me know and I’ll add it to my “to do” list.


31 reviews for Complete Collection

  1. Tyler

    As a visual learner, I appreciate the awesome colors and consistent organization of the concepts. It really aids in understanding and remembering complex concepts.

  2. Sara Ramirez

    I like how detailed the notes are. They are easy to understand and easy to use for exam review. I’ve been using them all summer and can’t be happier!

  3. Jake

    I love how these notes are so clear and easy to study and understand. They make studying for exams a breeze.

  4. Katie Smith

    These notes are so comprehensive, it’s like having a personal tutor and the color-coding is just brilliant! Love all the colors!

  5. Jeffrey Waltz

    Super helpful notes!

  6. Golsa

    Thank you so much. These are the best notes I Have ever had. But I have a question for you how can a base not be a Nucleophile? Thank you

    • Victor

      In a nutshell, anything with an electron pair on it is a nucleophile to some extend. As nucleophilicity is a kinetic measure, the question is how good of a nucleophile the species is. And while something like a t-BuO may act as a nucleophile, it does so rather slowly due to its size. So other reactions, like acid-base interactions, become the major pathway as they are much faster in comparison.

  7. Wanda Harris

    Thank you so much! I bought these notes to prepare for my midterm and ended up with 92% on the test!

  8. Clayton Holmes

    Thank you for all your work making these notes.

  9. Nicole

    You’ve got the best study notes hands down!

  10. Sophy Isaacs

    This is perfect! Just what I needed to get a head start on my review for the MCAT this summer. Thank you so much!

  11. Hannah Marck

    I was looking for some notes to review for the next semester when I came across these notes. Your handouts are concise and to the point which is ideal for a review. I highly recommend them to anyone who’s reviewing orgo topics!

  12. Jackson Kwon

    I absolutely love your notes. Thank you Victor!

  13. Praveen Maneesh

    What a great resource! These notes are well structured and easy to follow. Highly recommend.

  14. George Natuma

    We’ve just started our spring-summer term last week and I’ve been using these notes for reviewing after the lectures. We go through a ton of stuff every day and it’s been really helpful to see all topics organized so neatly. I love how you’ve simplified the lewis structures and how to draw those. I’ve always struggled with this stuff in gen chem.

    PS–your handwriting is so pristine, I wish I had your penmanship 🤣

  15. Tamra Knowles

    Just what I needed to review for the final. Thank you!

  16. Renee Harris

    These notes are really helpful when I’m reviewing the topics and I like that each topic is organized in a similar way making it easy to follow and helping me understand it better.

  17. Leah Moskowic

    Every Sunday I would spend literally a whole day rewriting and reorganizing my notes for my orgo class. Last week I got sick and got behind with my classes so I was like TOTALLY behind with orgo so I looked for some notes online and bought the carboxylic acids first. But now I got the rest and it literally save me a WHOLE DAY in my week that I can now have a bit of a break. Victor was also totally awesome and refunded me the first purchase since I got the entire collection. Thank you so FREAKING MUCH! You’re the best!

  18. Cole Maclyn

    These notes are fantastic! Neat, organized, and easy to follow.

  19. Ivette Brown

    I really appreciate the effort you put into making these notes. I specifically like that you add study examples for each reaction. Very helpful!

  20. Josh Tymona

    Our professor actually recommended this site. We have an online textbook but it’s no good and really hard to read and is super confusing. Victor’s notes are way more helpful than our textbook. I pretty much just review them along with my class notes before the exm. Really easy to read and follow. Thank you Victor!

  21. Hannah Kostenko

    Very helpful.

  22. Laura Kammis

    I am taking orgo online this semester and I have been studying from your notes since our teacher doesn’t really teach us. Thank you for making them! I love your notes!

  23. Lucy Kenn

    These were the lifesaver for me! Our professor taught the summer class for the first time and it was a disaster. These notes and tutoring with Victor literally saved my grade!

  24. Emily Knight

    Very detailed notes with plenty of examples to study from.

  25. Djenna Atoor

    These notes are so helpful! We don’t have lectures in my orgo and we’re just supposed to read the book and do the homework. I highly recommend these if you are in a similar situation like me!

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  27. Mia Lahman

    I got these notes for my open book orgo 1 final. These are a total life savier! I’ll be definitely using these for my orgo 2 as well. I wish I had these notes earlier in the semester. Thank you so much!

  28. Cynthia Li

    I absolutely love how pretty, neat, and detailed these notes are! You have examples for each reaction, mechanisms and notes for all you need to know. Super easy to follow and super helpful. Thank you so much!

  29. Eric Dunn

    wow! Fantastic notes! Very detailed and much better than my own notes or the textbook. Easy to follow and super helpful for open notes exams too!

  30. Ellen Liemitang

    Very neat and easy to understand. The owner is also very considerate. Definitely worth the price tag. I highly recommend.

  31. Laura Haitel

    Very impressive, neat, and detailed notes. Some notes cover information past what you would need for some courses. I highly recommend!

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