I read Geyer's Neurology For The Boards, Borsody's Comprehensive Board Review in Neurology, and Souayah's Specialty Board Review:Neurology (question book).
I studied for around an hour a day during the week for a couple of months before the test. I took no classes. I didn't find the test to be very difficult, the questions were mostly very reasonable, and on test day you certainly have WAY more time to take it than you'll likely need. I was out before noon on a supposedly all-day test. I felt like I must have missed a section. I passed, and in reviewing my scores, I likely over-studied. There are no gold stars for a high score, you just need to pass the damn thing.
By the way, I always found the RITE exam to be pretty ridiculous, and while I did OK on it, I was never like the top of my class or anything. I think the RITE is helpful in that if you do horribly on it, you are at risk of failing the boards, but if you do just OK, you're more than fine.
Hope this is helpful.