Now that it's getting close to Thanksgiving, we're running a contest to hear advice you've received that you're most thankful for! This can be any type of advice and the advice with the most reactions will win!
What do you want? The lasagna's all gone, I gave away the leftovers. All that's left is some raw broccoli and Harvest Salad fixings.
OK serious answer to the OP: yes, you will need to know some of the formulae. Things which will be high-yield, such as work, power, force, the linear acceleration equations.. lots of others. Anything that's not really common will be provided for you on your exam.
There are plenty of threads in here which discuss this question. Do a search, you should find a lot of good information.
Just remember that F = ma, except when it doesn't, Newton's Laws only apply to about 4% of the universe, and the speed of light may vary dependent upon the universe in which you find yourself. After that it's all gravy, baby.