mentioned, I also have test anxiety & overstudy.
There's way too much info in the chapters to learn everything in a short time.
Read chapter before class. Have your book open during lecture and take notes on what isn't in the book. Write down key words in lecture that refers to the book to study later.
They should say little that doesn't come from the book, so you should be doing more watching & listening than note taking. Take more notes after class.
Use quizlet or studyblue for flash cards, do search on book authors name and chapter number. Then use the two websites in test mode. they'll be several submissions for same chapter on the sites to practice multiple tests.
Failing practice tests are good way to study. Quicker than re-reading the chapters. Only read it once, except to look up stuff you failed on practice tests.
If you receive handouts in class, use that for short answer flash cards and practice tests.
Contradictory to Pearson, You can not Master the chapter in a short time.