Did your professor give you some ideas/outline what the first exam will be on? Based on what you said, and my personal opinion, your professor seems very arrogant and not motivating/encouraging at all! I know you're already enrolled in the class, though what I normally do before enrolling in courses is to find any feedback on professors, whether word-of-mouth or on the internet. You can search on the internet to find out any reviews or ratings on professors. If I find posts stating professors are unfair, unmotivating, etc. I won't take them. I want to be challenged, though I want to learn from a professor (and class) that is enriching and fun! Anyway, for future classes - ask around and research on-line before selecting courses. Sometimes another community college (or college on-line course) may be another option to avoid a particular "bad" teacher.
Back to your studying. Sounds like this professor and tests will be extremely challenging. I wouldn't doubt the test will have some tricky questions - where two answers appear to be the correct ones. I'd devout as much time as you can studying the next week for this exam. Read each chapter thoroughly, and highlight all key points. Refer to any tips/information your professor provided (if any). If you can contact your professor, do so and ask for more test details. When I'm preparing for a test, I normally devout reviewing one or two full chapters a day - read chapter, make/review flashcards, and notes. Take periodic breaks. Then the next day, switch to another chapter and same review format. Then a day/two before the test, skim your notes and key points on all the chapters. Have someone test you and/or ask yourself questions and provide the answers. Also, if it helps to study with a classmate, you might want to do that. I personally study best individually, though some like to review with groups. Above all, don't let the professors words scare you! You can do well on the test - just prepare well and tell yourself "you're gonna nail it".