Has anyone taken this?

I'm an adult going back to school for a second bachelor's degree, and because my old test scores and coursework are from so long ago, I have to take this mathematics assessment test because I want to register for Calculus. (My first degree was a BA, and I never took past Trig).

I'm reviewing my math and when I take the official COMPASS practice test for the college algebra/geometry/trig section, I know the material. BUT, this is just a practice test, and I'm curious if the actual test will require me to memorize some of the more obscure trigonometric identities and such? I don't remember that stuff. I'm up against a time limit as I'd like to register for the course this summer and am curious whether I need to invest the time in memorizing that material. As it is, the test looks very simple and I accept that I'll be having to re-learn some challenging material as I go through school, but I don't want to overlook anything that might be on the assessment test. Right now I'm just trying to avoid having to re-take Precalc Algebra or Trig with a bunch of first time liberal arts students. Even if I've forgotten material I remember enough where taking a whole semester of it *again* would be pretty annoying,

Any insight into what else I might need to review would be appreciated.