This is the test review I used for my students. It is broken down into 5 different sections.
1. Graphing Rationals through Transformations: They have to be able to determine the transformation compared to the parent graph, the vertical & horizontal asymptotes, the domain, the range, and graph the functions.
2. Simplifying and graphing rational functions: They first had to simplify the the rational, then determine holes, asymptotes, and the domain. I did not teach horizontal asymptotes this year, but it would be very easy for you to change the directions to ask for those also.
3. Multiplying and Dividing Rationals: many have to be factored before preforming the operations and the restrictions are asked for.
4. Adding and Subtracting Rationals: They have to be able to find the common denominator and combine like terms. They are also asked to list the restrictions.
5. Solving Rational Equations: There a couple that can be crossed multiplied, but most of them have to a common denominator.
It is a great review and has a lot of good problems to practice before being tested on the material.