Prepare responses to all tickets. To do this, take all the lecture notes, which you managed to do in the classroom. Typically, each lecture corresponds to one ticket. Open the title of the tutorial in which you studied. Mark sections in front of the ticket numbers, which suited the information contained therein. If you then are still tickets that have no answer, look for missing information in the Internet. Only carefully sort all the information. Accurate can be considered e-textbooks and academic publications. But the essays, essays and coursework, you will need to check to make sure that their author has not made mistakes.
Read the full found and distributed ticket information. If you find any discrepancies, contradictions in different sources, check and correct the information. If any answer was too superficial, look for additional information. Also at this stage you can remove all the unnecessary small facts that do not need you in answering the exam.
Read the tickets a second time. Read carefully and slowly, write in a notebook the main points of each answer. It is important to write by hand, not copy the text into a computer. So you better remember the material. As a result, you should get some kind of plans for responses to all tickets.
Forget for a time about these notes. Take in your daily routine time to read two or three tickets. No need to try to read as much information as possible on the day. Better slowly and thoughtfully considering the question.
Try to tell the ticket at a previously compiled plan. Choose the first question and remember what is learnt, relying only on your notes.
Ask friends or relatives to help you. Let them randomly pull a ticket. And you'll need him to tell, without resorting to any prompts.