If, somehow, you run out of things to study from, attached to this post are the following:
1. All the packets I handed out in class (free response sorted by type + answers, 2003/2008 MC + answers)
2. Multiple Choice from 1968-1998 with answers
3. LOTS of free response questions sorted by question type (great if you need to practice certain types of questions! do NOT just look at the answers for these... cover them up when you do the problem)
4. The SKILL DRILL that we opened class with for about 2.5 weeks.
Ayyyshhh? What else do you need!?!?!?! Let me know if you need anything, but I think that this should be enough... Here is the College Board collection of released Free Response Questions from 2002-2012, but most of them are included in one of the other packets (one I handed out in class and 3 above). But this might be good if you want to just look at what type of topics are put together to make all 6 questions.
BIGGEST TIP: DO DO DO DO DO DO DO. Don't just read. Don't just look at answer keys without having done the problems. Write out everything FULLY when you practice (including written answers). Be a stickler to yourself when grading the Free Response (i.e. be harsh).
I feel you are all well prepared for this exam and I think you will do great!