I take it you are most concerned about pharmacology review. What do you know? Try brain dumping. I learned/remembered pharmacology by 'system'...antibiotics (then the suffixes that go along as the classes often have similar side effects/indications... pennicillins, quinolones, erythromycins, etc.), antihypertensives (beta blockers, ace II, calcium channel blockers, diuretics), etc. Plus my text book was set up the same way. This worked for me and I was able to apply the knowledge to my classwork, clinical rotations, NCLEX, and now clinical practice as a nurse. The best part about real world nursing is that the resources are at your fingertips (pharmacists, drug guides, apps, internet, prescription paperwork) so once you make it through the NCLEX you can breathe a lot easier.
I recall you posted that you have the Mosby pharm cards and Exam Cram. Plus I'm guessing you also have your pharmacology text from nursing school. Which organization or presentation style works best for you?
Do you learn best by listening, watching, hand-on? There are some pretty good you-tube videos out there. If you know how you learn best I may be able to point you in the direction of some good resources.