What you are going to do is check to see if your cam gear is at Top Dead Center (TDC) when your crank is.
Look at the crank pulley. Get it at TDC. There should be 3 closely together lines followed by a single line by itself (refer to picture)
The line by itself is the TDC mark. Use a socket on the bolt holding the crank pulley to the block. Rotate this counter-clockwise (refer to picture)
Line this up with the TDC mark on your lower timing cover (refer to picture)
Once the crank pulley TDC mark is lined up with the lower timing cover TDC mark, the crank is at TDC.
Now, if your timing belt was on correctly, your cam gear should be a TDC as well...
Remove your valve cover (10mm).
Remove the cam gear cover. There are 3 bolts on the side of it (refer to picture).
Where is your cam gear? "up" should be facing up. There are 3 marks on the cam gear, evenly spaced from each other by 90*. The mark directly below the "up" is the one you are looking at.
Match this mark with the mark on the engine (refer to picture).
Do this by removing the belt from the gear.
(try to keep tension on the belt so it doesn't form slack. If this happens, your going to have to remove the crank pulley, and that not fun)
Rotate the camgear counter-clockwise by using a ratchet on the cam bolt (in the center) till mark matches the mark on the engine.
Place belt back on camgear.
Rotate crank counter-clockwise a few revolutions and check to see if both the crank pulley and cam gear are both at TDC.
Put the timing cover back on and the valve cover and start her up.
If you have anymore questions, just ask. Good luck.