are you asking what's the difference between "general" chemistry and "organic" chemistry? general chemistry is like that chemistry class teens take in high school. If so
General chemistry: an INTRODUCTION to the general concepts of chemistry. Such as matter, atoms, generic reactions, nomenclature, the math of chemistry, word problems, stoichiometry. Open any general chemistry book and read through the index and you'll see what I mean.
Organic chemistry: Nomenclature of, preparations of, reactions of, detection of organic molecules by different organic functional groups. Most organic compounds contain C and H.
general chemistry is about 50% concepts and about 50% math related word problems.
organic chemistry is more logic and memorization and less math problems.