As is always the case in Physics, there are plenty of wave equations you need to know for the exam!
No explanation necessary - just plug in the right numbers.
The period of oscillation is the amount of time it takes for a whole wavelength to pass a point.
Refractive index: n=c⁄v
As explained elsewhere, every material has a refractive index - which is a ratio of the speed of light through a material as compared to the speed through a vacuum.
Critical angle: sinC=n1⁄n2
The critical angle is the minimum angle a ray of light needs to hit the boundary of a material with, in order to totally reflect internally. This equation gives the angle in degrees.
For total internal reflection to be possible, the refractive index of n1 must be lower than that of n2
Double slit formula: λ=ax⁄D
This equation applies to Young's double slit experiment on the diffraction patterns page.