Flash cards. I know its lame haha but they work. then have someone quiz you. or think of something that you can compare whatever it is your studying for to, so its easier to remember. That's easier to do with vocabulary.
I tend to put on calming music and study my notes and chapters. But, if I listen to music with lyrics, sometimes I get distracted by them, so maybe try a soundtrack or something, if you'd like to try it. I don't really use flashcards, but I heard they help. Most importantly, find a quiet area, or something close to quiet. If you have noisy neighbors, like me, block them out. Nothing is worse than trying to study for a test when all you hear is loud, obnoxious music from next door or next room over. But that's just my personal opinion. Hope I could help.
Go to some place that's really quiet the more that it's quiet, the better. If you like to listen to your music, go right a head. For me, music sometimes doesn't work, but a really super quiet place helps A LOT. Don't forget to sit FAR away from your phone or iPod or anything that's going to prevent you from studying.
for me its just to go into a quiet room if that is better for you and try to memorize the most important things or if you would rather you could go into a group of friends that you know wont talk the whole time and study out loud the things you need to learn. lol might seem stupid but it works for me. :)
study in school or take notes when your teacher writes something on the board. Start asking yourself some questions on a piece of paper that your teacher might have asked you at school and answer your question you wrote
Hi, I believe you should first prepare a routine and start studying subjects that you consider to be difficult. It is important for you to deal with the difficult subjects first. You must also start quizzing yourself. There are many online tutoring service available on the internet. If you are not confident with few subjects, take online help. In this way, you can prepare yourself well for your upcoming test.