RE revision?? Watch
That being said, I reckon a large contributor to my success in RS is passion. As late in the game as it is, reading philosophical works, even if they are short and of minimal relevance to the course, will likely develop your argumentative skill. Draw upon a host of traditions and schools of thought, especially in the Philosophy/Ethics section (or your equivalent), when learning quotes; don't neglect philosophers in favour of a pure concentration on quotations from the relevant Holy texts. If need be, look up 'famous [Christian] theologians' and find generous references that could be applied to most topics.
I feel like I am the only one who does AQA RS Islam/Christianity but I would say know good quotes that can be used for more than one point and make sure you know the structure on how to answer questions. don't be afraid to have intresting views on the thematic paper (if you have one) but make sure you waffle educatively and use some nice connectives for the 12 maker (if you have one) i get 8 (about 22/24) in every section of mocks we have done
Good luck with ur exam
my teacher did this revision game thing with us where the class had to describe the keyword to the chosen person without saying the forbidden words (just obvious ones) and it really helped me remember the key definitions and words. obviously then do more focused revision on the importance of things (idk if your exam board has to do that?) and then remember a few widely used quotes