Start off by separating your reading, writing, listening, and speaking notes.
Find all of your old tests and cover up your answers. Take the test over again and see how you do
Listen to old listenings, re-read any stories, rewrite old prompts given on tests for practice.
For the oral: first write out bullet points of ideas you want to say, and then practice saying sentences aloud. After you’ve practice by yourself, call a friend and practice together.
Make sure to study different prompts for the oral and focus on all units.
Practice all conjugations. Write them out or say them out loud.
Organize the different vocabulary sheets (or Quizlets).
If you want to challenge yourself, watch a movie on Netflix and switch the language. This will really help you prepare for the listening portion.
Ask your teacher to check your practice writings to see if your conjugations are correct.
Go through past translations and re-translate everything, this way, even if you do blank on the test, you at least have some sense of what you’re doing.
Parse significant words- nouns, verbs, adjective, participles
Review grammar notes- case usage, reasons for mood, and synopses
Review scansion-these are generally easy to memorize, so a little bit of effort can save you a lot of extra points.
Go to review sessions
Work together with your class to get through translations- if everyone contributes, it will be a lot more effective.