Final exams in CHEM 2000 are always cumulative, covering all concepts taught throughout the course.
The last page of every test is a data sheet which includes a periodic table, physical constants, and formulas. It may also include additional useful information such as standard enthalpies of formation, standard entropies and/or standard free energies of formation.
A calculator is always required for the CHEM 2000 final exam.
The practice tests should be used to self-test. Just reading them (or, worse yet, just reading the answer keys) is a waste of your time and denies you the learning opportunities available when they are used properly. Do a practice test with your books closed and time yourself. Only allow yourself the tools you would have on a real test (calculator and data sheet).