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I'm obviously pretty biased here, but I tend to think our organic chem books go into a good amount of depth in the perfect spots (lab techniques, carbonyl chemistry, common mechanisms, and heteroatom rich molecules). Of course the ironic thing is that people tend to complain that they cover too much based on the idea that the BS section is about 1/3 o chem (at most). They make the mistake of thinking that because there aren't as many passages on organic chemistry topics that the amount of potential material has been reduced. There are still plenty of o chem topics that can land on the exam.