If you haven't done your Bronze theory exam there are several concepts in this course that may be new to you.
"Bronze and Beyond" is a very useful book which explains most of it, and is available from the BGA shop at a very reasonable £15.
Alternatively, Andrew Watson has published videos of his Cambridge Gliding Club Bronze Air law lectures online. The Air Law prerequisites for FRTOL candidates are covered in video briefings 4, 5 & 6.
You might particularly make sure you understand:
Flight level, Height, Altitude, transition altitude, transition level
ASR - Altimeter Setting Region
TAF, METAR, VOLMET, CAVOK,
VFR, VMC, IMC, IFR,
Degrees of the compass
What London Information/Scottish Information is
Controlled Airspace - MATZ, Zones, ATZ, RMZ, Parachute zones
The difference between heading and track
It would also be helpful if you were familiar with the the symbols on a standard half-mil map.