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    #51
    I believe the scores are out! Log into ISACA and (for the CGEIT) use the following link: https://svpr-isg-a1.isaca.org/isgweb...ode=CGXTEX0614

    I assume this link will work for the CRISC: https://svpr-isg-a1.isaca.org/isgweb...ode=CRXCEX0614

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    PS - I passed!
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    Congratulations! Tried the CRISC link and my info populates, but the score is blank.
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    Default Crisc

    I checked also... it says results pending. They are probably deducting points based on my prior posts on this site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oakland View Post
    Congratulations! Tried the CRISC link and my info populates, but the score is blank.
    My score for the CGEIT link was also blank (or rather "0") until just an hour ago. Even now the "My ISACA" page still shows "Not Certified - Exam Registrant - Results Pending (Jun 2014)" for me. If I had to guess, they must get all the reports ready and then update the main page later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andhow View Post
    My score for the CGEIT link was also blank (or rather "0") until just an hour ago. Even now the "My ISACA" page still shows "Not Certified - Exam Registrant - Results Pending (Jun 2014)" for me. If I had to guess, they must get all the reports ready and then update the main page later.

    While it shows my CRISC results, Just spoke with ISACA and was told the results have not been published. Not sure what to think of the link..
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    Ah sweet, it worked for me too, passed CRISC with 570
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    Looks like I'll be taking it again in December, congratulations to those that passed.
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    Passed with a 558! Thanks for the link and good luck to all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andhow View Post
    I believe the scores are out! Log into ISACA and (for the CGEIT) use the following link: https://svpr-isg-a1.isaca.org/isgweb...ode=CGXTEX0614

    I assume this link will work for the CRISC: https://svpr-isg-a1.isaca.org/isgweb...ode=CRXCEX0614

    Cheers!

    PS - I passed!
    Thanks for the link! How'd you figure that out? Congrats to all who passed! 685 for me!
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    Congrats to all those who passed! What study materials did most of you guys use, I am assuming the ISACA Review Manual and Q&A Practice Q's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zxbane View Post
    Congrats to all those who passed! What study materials did most of you guys use, I am assuming the ISACA Review Manual and Q&A Practice Q's?
    For CRISC ISACA manual, Q&A database. Attended NY ISACA chapter 3 day virtual class on CRISC, was helpful.
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    Default Wow, I passed

    Did pretty well on four parts.... I should prohibited from monitoring controls. I walked out the exam after two hours.... I'll take it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zxbane View Post
    Congrats to all those who passed! What study materials did most of you guys use, I am assuming the ISACA Review Manual and Q&A Practice Q's?
    The review manual, online ISACA question DB, Risk IT framework and practioner guide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zxbane View Post
    Congrats to all those who passed! What study materials did most of you guys use, I am assuming the ISACA Review Manual and Q&A Practice Q's?
    Just the Q&A DB, ISACA books are too dry a read
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    Congrats to everyone! Looking forward to entering ISACA's crazy world this December.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecMan3000 View Post
    Thanks for the link! How'd you figure that out? Congrats to all who passed! 685 for me!
    Wow! 685 is the highest score I've seen so far. Very impressive!

    The links that I provided are identical except for the last variable: CGXTEX0614 or CRXCEX0614. I already have two cerifications and I noted that similarities a couple of months ago when I pulled up their results. After I took my most recent test, I tried a couple of variations and figured out the complex code...
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    #67
    I hope it's obvious to everyone, but the links that I provided may not have official or final test results. There is a chance (I think it's unlikely though) that ISACA still needs to finish scaling the scores or throwing out bad test questions. Please confirm your results with the "official" email from ISACA... which may come any day now.
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    #68
    As of yesterday, someone on Facebook asked when CRISC results would be available, and ISACA replied "in the next two weeks". So perhaps they're not completely done, or maybe they're done and that's just how long it will take to mail out the paper scores.
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    Just got the official email, had the same score as the hack at the site, top 20% too, not too shabby
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    I just got the official email. I passed with a 685. Top 5%!
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    Passed CRISC on 2nd attempt .
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    I would love to take like the CRISC, CGEIT, and maybe one of the CISx exams but just cannot bring myself to paying $100+ for a book that you guys say is worse than watching paint dry. Any ideas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grafixx01 View Post
    I would love to take like the CRISC, CGEIT, and maybe one of the CISx exams but just cannot bring myself to paying $100+ for a book that you guys say is worse than watching paint dry. Any ideas?
    Don't buy the book then....just use the Q/A DB and the Risk IT framework and practitioner guide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecMan3000 View Post
    Don't buy the book then....just use the Q/A DB and the Risk IT framework and practitioner guide.
    This is very possible, I know with the CISM I quickly read through the Review Manual and then never looked at it again.. Honestly not sure it did anything for me, the Q&A DB was much more valuable and my sole study tool essentially.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zxbane View Post
    This is very possible, I know with the CISM I quickly read through the Review Manual and then never looked at it again.. Honestly not sure it did anything for me, the Q&A DB was much more valuable and my sole study tool essentially.
    I read it and I think that there is a lot of good information in it but also a lot of irrelevant information. You can certainly get by without it but I'd still recommend reading it. I think an issue for people that use the Q&A DB only is that after a while they are simply memorizing the correct answers as opposed to understanding the concepts behind them and fool themselves into believing that they will pass the exam given that they are scoring 90%+ on the Q&A DB.

    I did use the review manual to review some sections when I got a question wrong. That might be a better way to use it VS reading it cover to cover. Also for CRISC, I highly recommend reading the Risk IT framework and practitioner guide.
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