Without further ado, here are the major disorders included in the DSM under Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders along with quick definitions:
SOMATIC SYMPTOM DISORDER. Excessive thoughts, feelings, or behaviors related to distressing somatic symptoms.
ILLNESS ANXIETY DISORDER. Preoccupation with having or acquiring a serious illness. (Formerly, hypochondriasis.)
CONVERSION DISORDER. One or more symptoms of altered voluntary motor or sensory function in which symptoms are incompatible with recognized neurological or medical conditions.
FACTITIOUS DISORDER. Falsification of physical or psychological signs or symptoms evident even in the absence of obvious external rewards.
As with the rest of the DSM, symptoms have to cause clinically significant distress or impairment to rate a diagnosis. And, also like much of the DSM, the chapter also includes "Other Specified" and "Unspecified" disorders. There always has to be room for symptom presentations that are close to but don't fully adhere to the criteria set forth in the disorder.
Hope this helps. For practice questions related to these disorders, others, and a whole raft of other material, try the practice tests at SWTP.
Happy studying and good luck on the exam!