If you have a Tablet or PC/Laptop, you could use them for taking notes and you'll be able to type with your uninjured hand. Alternatively, voice record and dictate your notes to your phone/tablet/computer and then transcribe them when your arm is better.
Flash cards- but make typed ones
If I were you I would voice record revision notes and listen back to them. Luckily you have plenty of time before your exams, but it just means you have something to do in the meantime. Also, take a look at some past papers and consider how you would answer it and the points you could make, then read over the mark scheme to see how similar that was with the model answer. You're not writing anything, but still learning plenty.
Anything on a computer
cmon it's not that difficult to think of
you can use quizlet for flashcards
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quizlet and anki have banks of premade flashcards
get your mum to test you by asking you things from the textbook
read about a concept and then verbally (actually say it out loud!) explain it as if you were explaining it to someone who knew nothing about the topic without looking at your notes
(all good techniques for testing understanding even if you could write! notes are not the most efficient way to study)
Read your notes and then attempt to recite them from memory, that's what I always do!