The original flashcards to study for the Registration Exam for Dietitian Nutritionists
Formerly RD in a Flash; the product name was changed to be in compliance with the CDR's policy on the use of the RD credential.
Creating Registered Dietitian Nutritionists since 1997
Group discounts available
Dietitian in a Flash contains over 630 flashcards that cover the basic ideas and principles for all domains questioned on the RDN exam including the NCP format. The 4.25” x 3.5” cards are made from a durable card stock and each card is individually numbered according to its domain to make studying easier. A clinical and foodservice calculations answer sheet is also provided.
Faculty from over 80 colleges and universities have purchased these flashcards to help students in their clinical experience, as well as serve as a reference in Nutrition & Dietetic libraries. Today’s Dietitian magazine also wrote an excellent review of the flashcards.
Today’s Dietitian magazine article
Written by Mary Anne Clairmont, RD prior to product name change.
RD in a Flash is a set of materials designed to prepare registered dietitians (RDs) to sit for the registration exam. These flashcards were developed by David Levitch, an RD who scored in the 98th percentile on his own RD exam. Levitch gathered the information in these cards for himself prior to the examination and used the prototype for the RD in a Flash as his main tool for review.
These cards are printed on a heavy paper stock. The questions are on one side and the answers on the reverse side. Each individual card is labeled with the corresponding section in the RD exam. I was surprised to see, “In blood clotting, what is the role of vitamin K?,” after all of these years.
Perhaps surprised at seeing a familiar question is more accurate. Some of the basics of nutrition haven’t changed since earlier decades in the 20th century. However, I also reviewed questions on homocysteine, HIV, and microwave cooking. Okay, I reviewed all 600+ questions. These cards include facts on new topics in nutrition and highlight old topics that deserve a new emphasis.
Reviewing these cards was a great refresher on diverse subject matter within the field of nutrition. For dietitians with significant experience, this
information is an easy way to “fill in the blanks.” It’s daunting to remain
current in every area of nutrition. Most RDs find their profession leads them into one, two, or maybe three of the original “domains” of nutrition. RD in a Flash is a great way to cut to the chase and bone up on the most important facts in those other domains you do not work in every day.
I recommend RD in a Flash to student dietitians preparing for the exam, and veteran RDs. Everyone can profit from these cards and will take away the information most beneficial to their own situation.
Schools who have purchased the flashcards
Arkansas State University
Ball State University
Bowling Green University
Brigham Young University
Buffalo State College
Cedar Crest College
College of St. Benedict
C.W. Post Campus of LIU
Delaware State University
East Carolina University
East Tennessee State University
Eastern Illinois University
Florida International University
Framingham State College
Idaho State University
Illinois State University
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Iowa State University
Loma Linda University
McNeese State University
Michigan State University
Middle Tennessee State University
Milwaukee Area Technical College
Morehead State University
Nicholls State University
North Carolina Central University
North Dakota State University
Oklahoma State University
Penn State University
Rockland Community College
Sam Houston State University
San Diego State University
Southeast Missouri State University
Texas Christian University
University at Buffalo
University of Akron
University of Arkansas
University of Arizona
University of Central Arkansas
University of Central Oklahoma
University of Delaware
University of Georgia
University of Iowa Hospital/Clinics
University of Kentucky
University of Louisiana
University of Maryland
Univ. of Maryland Eastern Shore
University of Memphis
University of Michigan
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Univ. of North Carolina-Greensboro
University of Northern Colorado
University of North Florida
University of Oklahoma
University of Tennessee at Martin
University of Texas at Austin
University of Texas Pan American
University of Vermont
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Utah State University
Virginia State University
Youngstown State University
How much is Dietitian in a Flash?
You’ll receive over 630 cards plus the clinical & food service calculations answer sheet to prepare you for the RDN exam for $96 with free Priority Mail shipping. This is an excellent and affordable way to study for the exam.
When will I receive my cards?
The flashcards are sent through the United States Postal Service via Priority Mail (2-3 day delivery). Once payment is received, the cards are usually shipped within 1-3 business days.
What is the group discount?
Groups of 5-9 orders receive a 10% discount off the retail price of the cards. Groups with 10+ receive a 15% discount.
What is the return policy?
You have 7 days from the postmarked date on the Priority Mail envelope to return the flashcards. The cards should be in the same condition when received by Dietitian in a Flash.
The most FAQ
Are the cards updated?
Yes, the cards are reviewed periodically to ensure accuracy of information. It is important to remember the RDN exam tests for entry level competency and focuses on the fundamentals of the field.