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In Outline 2, it states that we must be able to "describe and identify s-, p-, and d-orbitals.". What you mentioned does suffice in terms of what we should know about the orientation along the different axes. One thing to keep in mind is that the p orbital has nodal planes, unlike the s orbital. I believe we are not required to draw any of the different types of s,p,d or f orbitals. However, we should know how many types there are of each.
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