Carefully read the instructions for completing the forms. It is best to obtain them from the teachers and at the same time to clarify all the obscure points. However, if the teacher can't give you the right instructions, you can find them on Federal or state websites devoted to education.
Print the blank form and try to fill it. Do it until, until you cease to make mistakes and blots. This is very important because students often accidentally spoil the forms for the exam or spend more time for their execution than the decision of tasks.
Make a detailed plan, considering the number of days left before the exam. Divide into approximately equal parts all the material you need to learn or repeat. Follow the plan, even if it wasn't. Divide your day so that not too tired and with all the time. For example, you can devote 30-40 minutes of exercises and then 15 minutes to rest and again start to work.
If possible, try to consolidate learned material. Every day spend at least 20-30 minutes to recap what was learned yesterday. It is also recommended prior to the exam 1-2 days to view all the material to refresh his memory, and then a day to rest, and psychological preparation for the upcoming exam.
Consider the characteristics of the material that you need to know. For example, if you have the exam on the history, you should write the dates and events on sheets of paper and hang them in the kitchen, in the hallway, in the room. Do it at the beginning of the training, and after a few days will be able to better remember historical events, and a week or two will know of them. So you can teach formulas, irregular verbs, etc.
Learn to focus on solving tests and work quietly. The repetition of material imagine that you are already on the exam. Don't get distracted, don't worry, try to calm down, put aside your fears and thoughts about getting low scores. When the material is repeated, try to fill the form and to solve all test tasks, given the amount of time that you will be given on the exam.