Welcome to Resident Genius
The most comprehensive review to raise PRITE scores
31 Study Guides with Multiple Choice Questions aimed to:
Boost performance in residency, and
Increase PRITE scores
Resident Genius now includes multiple choice questions that are interactive just like those in our boards prep course!
Resident Genius offers the following:
Web-friendly in-depth lessons covering the major topics on the Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Exam
Multiple choice questions and True & False questions throughout the course
Questions are similar in scope and style to those on the PRITE exam
Every question has correct answers and expert analysis by faculty psychiatrists
All for the lowest price you’ll find on the Internet, keeping in line with our affordability philosophy
Should You Join?
The PRITE Score Is Based On Peer Performance
the better you will do statistically as compared to those who do not have as much time and resources. Resident Genius offers you a distinct advantage.
Also consider as Psychiatry becomes more competitive, fellowships are putting more weight on PRITE scores.
You don’t want to fall behind the active subscribers across the country.
Organized by Week
A Proposed Study Schedule
Cover Depression on week 1, then Anxiety and Panic Disorders on week 2, Bipolar Disorder on week 3, etc.
Of course, you can go slower or faster depending on your personal learning speed.
What is the Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination?
The Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination is a test administered once a year to nearly all psychiatry residents in the United States and Canada. The examination is entirely multiple choice and runs for several hours broken up over two days typically. There are two kinds, the Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination and the Child Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination. The Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination is intended for residents and consists of 300 questions total. Its content areas include Neurosciences, Clinical Neurology, Clinical Psychiatry, Behavioral & Social Sciences, Epidemiology, Diagnostic Procedures, Psychopathology & Associated Conditions Across the Lifespan, Treatment Across the Lifespan, Consultation, Issues in Practice, Research and Scholarship Literacy, and Administration.
The Child Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination is a specialty exam designed for child Fellows, consisting of 200 questions that focus on child and adolescent issues. Topics cover Neurosciences, Clinical Neurology, Clinical Psychiatry, Development & Maturation (Fetus through adolescence/early adulthood), Behavioral & Social Sciences, Epidemiology, Diagnostic Procedures, Psychopathology & Associated Conditions (Fetus through Adolescence/Early Adulthood), Treatment from Infancy through Adolescence/Early Adulthood, Consultation/Collaborative-Integrated Care, Issues in Practice, Research and Scholarship Literacy, and Administration and Systems.
The Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination is meant to measure the performance of one resident against that of all other psychiatry residents. Many residency programs use the Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination as an internal measure of how a resident is progressing in psychiatric knowledge. Training directors receive the individual results of each resident as well as statistical summary data of groups of participants nationally. Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination is just one measure of competency for training directors when evaluating their residents and child fellows.
Below is the list of in-depth study guides with questions built-in
Bonus Question Banks
We release Question Banks of practice questions in the style of the Psychiatry Resident In-Training Exam. RELEASE UPDATE: We released our long-awaited Adult Psychiatry Volume IV: focus on Alcohol Use Disorder!
- Adult Psychiatry Volume I: Sleep Disorders, Somatoform Disorders, Eating Disorders, and Epidemiology
- Adult Psychiatry Volume II: Administrative Psychiatry, Epidemiology, Sleep Disorders and Eating Disorders
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Volume I: ADHD, Learning Disorders, Tics and Tourette syndrome
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Volume II: Pharmacology, ADHD, Learning Disorders, Tics and Tourette syndrome
- Adult Psychiatry Volume III: Substance Use Disorders including Alcohol, Nicotine, Hallucinogens, and Cannabis
- Adult Psychiatry Volume IV: focus on Alcohol Use Disorder
Web-Friendly Psychiatry In-Training Service Exam Reviews
We update the material below on a regular basis to reflect the latest definitions, methodologies, and discoveries in psychiatry. The lessons below give residents an advantage with general resident knowledge, PRITE prep, and board exam prep, and should serve as a compendium through all years of residency.
- Week 2: Anxiety and Panic Disorders
- Week 3: Bipolar Disorder
- Week 4: Consultation Liaison Psychiatry
- Week 5: Drug Emergencies
- Week 6: Emergency Medicine Management and Toxic Syndromes
- Week 7: Psychosis and Schizophrenia
- Week 8: Schizophrenia Treatment, Physiology, and Variants
- Week 9: Delusional Disorders and Medical Illness-Induced Psychosis
- Week 10: Unusual Terms and Concepts of Psychiatry
- Week 11: Cultural Aspects of Psychiatry
- Week 12: Suicide and Aggression
- Week 13: Eating Disorders
- Week 14: Psychotherapy Fundamentals
- Week 15: Advanced Psychotherapy Concepts
- Week 16: Neuroanatomy for Psychiatry
- Week 17: Substance Use Disorders
- Week 18: Basics of Pharmacology
- Week 19: Antidepressants and Antipsychotics
- Week 20: Physiology Of Aging
- Week 21: Clinical Geriatrics
- Week 22: Theories of Human Development
- Week 23: Physiology of Human Development
- Week 24: Reproductive Psychiatry
- Week 25: Psychiatric Medications During Pregnancy
- Week 26: Neurology for Psychiatry Part 1
- Week 27: Neurology for Psychiatry Part 2
- Week 28: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Part 1
- Week 29: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Part 2
- Week 30: Gender, Sexuality and Associated Disorders
- Week 31: Sleep and Sleep Disorders