If all you needed was a book to learn this material, there would be no need for a class. We are here to help you, so come to class and let us do that.
That means keep up with the readings in the syllabus. I would also recommend briefing the assigned cases as they are assigned to read. It is too hard to assimilate 10 cases in the days before the test. Briefing them continually throught the semester will make them easier to learn. The earlier you tackle the readings in the text and the casebook, the more time you have to find me to discuss them if there is something about which you are unsure.
A lot of this material can be complicated. It is my job to help you sort it out. I have about five hours of office hours set aside for students -- please use them! Besides, it get lonely in my office. Come by and say hello.
Get together with some classmates and talk about the cases and readings. It will reinforce the material in your mind. A note of caution, however. Do not meet the night before or the morning of the test. Discussions so close to the test will only confuse you or make you worry. Instead, meet the weekend before the test.
Don't get yourself too stressed out about the test. If you plan ahead and use your studying time wisely, you should be fine. Try to stay calm so you can enjoy the benefits of all your hard work.