There's a lot of material on the RD exam, and it's important to organize your study materials in a way that will be conducive to efficient studying. Ready to dive in? Learn about RD exam study materials and tips, the exam itself, and download free study materials at my RD Exam page.
After you've decided your study method for the exam, consider making a study binder to keep it organized. I made two: a main binder (left) and a "to-go" binder (next section).
The main binder is a 3" three-ring binder that contains outlines for the exam, the Jean Inman Review study guide divided into domains, and the CDR practice exam.
Do you think a study binder is what will work for you? Do you have any questions about how I organized mine? Leave a comment!
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