As Billzene said, flashcards are really good.
Another thing is making sure you "answer" the success criteria. If you could get a printout of this from your teacher, it would really help in determining what you need to study, and what to look for in your textbooks or YouTube videos.
Another recommendation would be brain dumps. After school, without looking at your notes, just write down everything you remembered from that one lesson. After writing as many things as you can in 5-10mins, re-read your notes and find gaps in your knowledge. I found this helped with senior Chem and Phys, as this really pin-pointed my weak areas.
I also keep a book, with every single mistake I've ever made from Year 11 Term 4 up until now. Its called a mistake log, and I write down the date, colour-coded by subject and the explanation underneath. I usually use it for maths.
Hope this helps,