*Minimize your reference checks.
*Analyze the Units
*Understand How the Formula is structured
*Write all the formulas on a sheet and stick it to the wall of your room so that whenever you look at them you will be able to remember what you have forgotten. This really works
*.Try to use a story, such as quadratic formula, (picture on top of page) for me is: A negative boy (-b) couldn't decide (+ or -) whether to go to a radical (the radical) party or be square (b squared) and miss out on four awesome chicks (-4ac), the whole thing was over at 2 A.M. (over 2a)
**Try to create a game that involves memorizing formulas with your friends. This can automatically make those formulas stick into your mind because everyone wants to win and so do you. You can also try a little rhyme or a song, if you like to sing.