Archive Of Standardized Exam Questions: Psychiatry


This page is dedicated to organizing various examples of standardized exam questions BY THE DISEASE THEY ARE ASKING ABOUT. While this may seem a odd practice, it is useful to see multiple examples of how certain diseases will be characterized on standardized exams. The purpose of this archive is not to serve as a question bank, but instead as a study tool used to familiarize oneself with how diseases are characterized on common exams (namely the boards and the shelf exams). This particular archive is dedicated diseases within the field of psychiatry.

Psychotic Disorders:

Anxiety Disorders:

Mood Disorders:

Eating Disorders/Impulse Control Disorders:

Childhood Disorders:

Personality Disorders:

Psychosocial Disorders:

Substance Abuse Disorders:

Medication Side Effects:

Defense Mechanisms: