1. Take notes during school when your teacher is talking about the subject. 2. Study and review your notes. 3. Read books related to the subject, and take notes. 4.Study and review those notes. 5. If you want to learn more, research on the Internet. Take notes. 6. Again, study your notes!
I type all the facts up that my teacher gave me and give the list to At least 3 people in your family or your friends because that way they all come up with different questions so you will be prepared no matter what the questions are :) hope that helps because it really helps me.
I find if you empty your brain of all clutter, i.e. turn off your t.v., radio, and any other stimuli around you. Take a moment, breathe, and say ... "I'm going to do this. I will do this.. I think I can.. I think I can..I think I can! You can do it!
What you need to do is review the topic the test is on, then really explore into the topic by asking yourself questions regarding the topic, then search for the answers, and look for supporting evidence to the answers you find. THE KEY TO LEARNING IS TO ASK QUESTIONS, SEARCH FOR THE ANSWERS, & LOOK FOR SUPPORTING EVIDENCE TO THE ANSWERS YOU FIND.