1. Learn to understand the information you must remember. Understanding the information will allow you to recall the information easily.
2. Form associations: between the information you must remember and an object, body part, place, or emotion.
3. Recite or rewrite the information you must remember several times.
4. If you must remember a large body of information, try to break the information into smaller pieces. Then work on remembering the information in each category separately.
5. Mentally organize the information you must remember. It is easier to remember information that is organized than to remember information that seems to be scattered all over the place.
6. Try to bring a personal touch to the information you must remember. Relating the information to something about you will make it easier to remember.
7. Form a mental image of what you need to remember. Pictures are powerful tools for remembering.
8. Apply what you need to remember. For example, if you are trying to remember the meanings of new vocabulary words, use the words when you speak or write.
9. Test yourself. By creating sample tests for yourself or creating flash card.
10. Try to make remembering a fun activity by creating games using the information you must remember.
These tips were barrowed from How-to-study.com.