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arkenstone

So far, these are the general topics I've been reviewing:
Alkenes/Alkynes
Alcohols
Ethers
Epoxides
Aromatic (EAS, substituted rings, etc.)
Mild/Strong reduction of everything (metal hydrides)
Catalytic hydrogenation
Organometallics
Carbonyl derivatives and moving between them
Lots of carbonyl alpha-hydrogen material, such as
Carbonyl condensation, Claisen, Dieckmann, Michael, Robinson
Various amine, imine, enamine stuff... Hoffman
Azo, diazonium salt, ipso substitution
Basic biochem topics

Should I worry about going over my coupling reactions like Suzuki, Heck, the catalytic cycle, etc? If the answer is no---is their anything else here I should also deprioritize? I take the DAT on Thursday and I've got some other material outsides organic to cover. (Been studying like a madman for two weeks.)
 
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tyjacobs

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^ no.

My guide should have almost, if not all reactions you could possibly see on the DAT. Check it out
 
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arkenstone

Thanks. Those guides are just what the dentist ordered. Going back in.
 
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