For complex reasons, I am taking O Chem II from the guy I took O Chem I from, and he is the most awful professor in the world... namely, he doesn't teach. At all. I wish I could take from the one other professor, but there are major scheduling conflicts with two other important classes. In O Chem I, I studied the book, I studied the lectures, I did the problems in the book... and it just wasn't enough. He tests on a level far beyond any practice problems that I could find in the book or online. He does not offer quizzes or homework. Supplemental instruction is available, however, I have to work during those times. So, I have my task: I need to teach myself everything there is to know about O Chem II, and I want to start now, before the spring classes begin. Do any of you have suggestions for texts I could use? Places that have highly complex practice problems? I would even go for educational software, if I could find it.