A great way to help you remember your forms (or anything for that matter) is to write them down. The act of writing something down is the key. Writing increases the modality and attention given to a piece of information. Increasing the effort and the ways that you have experienced a bit of information helps you encode that information better; this is Elaborative Encoding. The more deeply you process a thing the more likely you are to properly encode the memory for future retrieval. Simply looking at characters is very shallow processing; writing and constructing them is relatively deep. This is the Modality Effect. Explaining how things work and showing others or doing a task is also a much better way to remember things than just reading about them or doing the task.
Here is a great example done by one of our students… Forms