You will need
  • - recording of lectures
  • tutorials
  • - additional literature
  • - clean notebook
Most importantly – relax.
Try to overcome your apprehension. Set yourself up for a successful exam. Say to yourself: "I know everything. I'll tell you." Try to think about what the examiner will be friendly, and the ticket will get the one you know best.
Make a plan for exam preparation.
Distribute in advance (about 4-5 days before the exam), at which time you will be looking for material to prepare, how many questions at once will work. The plan will help to organize your preparation.
Make advanced plans to answer each question.
After you read the answer to any question, it is recommended to the best of his memory in a separate notebook to write extended outline. Do not be lazy to do this, as this begins to work, motor memory, visual, and it makes training more productive.
Training should start with those questions that seem most difficult. This will increase the likelihood that you'll work on each of the tickets. It will also improve your mental state after the end of exam preparation, as complex issues will be left behind.
When preparing, use only records with lectures and information from the Internet, but also work in the library. The source is always more valuable. There you can find any quotes, rare materials, documents, additional information that will play in your favor in the exam.
There are always questions, the answers to which, we believe, know best. But often the exam is that we know the issue superficially, and some rather important details are not paid attention.

Don't neglect the opportunity to address these issues and create a detailed plan of response.
After plans were made for all questions, relax. And about two days before the exam, review your notes. You still have time to adjust, if you need something to Supplement or clarify.