Do we get given the t-tables, f-tables, DW table etc. in the exam or are we expected to roughly know these values off the top of our heads?
Certainly you should know that most t-values are around 2, and that D-W values range from 0 (positive serial correlation) to 2 (no serial correlation) to 4 (negative serial correlation), and you should know the common z-values (68%, 90%, 95%, 99%), but that’s it.
If you need anything else, they’ll give you (excerpts from) the tables.
Fixed that for you!