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    #51
    Hello to all,
    I'm just preparing for June exam and I have CRM2014 and CRM2015. There is no big differences between those two CRM-s. I think that preparing from CRM2014 is OK.
    Definitely logic is the same and in my opinion you can prepare exam from CRM2014 without fear.
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    Cool Are pirated materials available online?

    I am trying to find the scanned CISA review Material 2015 online. I am not willing to pay for the material. Are you aware of a website where could find it?

    This would help a lot of people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger_Tomy View Post
    I am trying to find the scanned CISA review Material 2015 online. I am not willing to pay for the material. Are you aware of a website where could find it?

    This would help a lot of people.

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    #54
    You can find it on the ISACA website. It's on the page that comes up right after you pay for the review material.

    Quote Originally Posted by Roger_Tomy View Post
    I am trying to find the scanned CISA review Material 2015 online. I am not willing to pay for the material. Are you aware of a website where could find it?

    This would help a lot of people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger_Tomy View Post
    I am trying to find the scanned CISA review Material 2015 online. I am not willing to pay for the material. Are you aware of a website where could find it?

    This would help a lot of people.

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    I assume you have isaca membership. Checkout eLibrary specially cisa section. You can utilize the material free of cost.
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    hi guys planning for cisa exam, does anybody have idea where can I get CISA Review manual 2015.Also is there difference between CISA review manual 2014 and CISA review manual 2015
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    Quote Originally Posted by priyankar View Post
    hi guys planning for cisa exam, does anybody have idea where can I get CISA Review manual 2015.Also is there difference between CISA review manual 2014 and CISA review manual 2015
    Can anybody share study material for cisa.it would be great
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    Quote Originally Posted by priyankar View Post
    Can anybody share study material for cisa.it would be great
    in this forum we are not sharing copyrighted material.
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    Hi Sudhir, is it possible for you to share the manual if you have soft copy? email : shipra.ucoe@gmail.com
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    We understand that study materials can be expensive, but this forum is not a place for illegal or unethical sharing of copyrighted material. Please refer to the ISACA website for official study materials and/or amazon for additional resources.

    Having passed the CISA exam I would recommend the official CISA questions from ISACA (I choose the electronic CD-ROM version but there's also the hard copy). I found the database of questions to be extremely helpful and used this as my main study material to complement my professional IT audit experience.
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    Hi, can you please share CRM 2015 to shipra.ucoe@gmail.com if you have soft copy please
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    Exam done, now waiting for results
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    Exam was okay and not too bad.

    The highlight of the exam was the fit proctor that handed me my answer sheet. I couldn't concentrate on the exam, she was so hot. Hopefully I will see her again when I try CGEIT.
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    I took the exam today as well. While I am somewhat confident that I passed, I am far from 100% certain. This next two months while I wait for results will suck.
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    Thumbs up CISA Exam was OK compared last year

    Took the June 2015 exams. It was easier compared last year since I think the questions were a lot longer and complex compared this June 2015. Hoping to pass now, keeping my fingers crossed. :P
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    First time test taker here. Is it just me, or did anyone else find the whole 4 hours unnecessary? I found myself finished with an abundance of time to spare - but I've heard accounts of people struggling to finish. Thoughts?
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    Compared to last year's exams when I failed, I think this June 2015 was different.
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    #68
    I am a first time CISA Test taker, I needed 3.5 Hours.

    First going through the questions and selecting the right answers, by the end of the 200 questions I had 40% sure answers, 50% "This looks like the correct answer" and 10% "I really do not know".

    Then I transferred the answers to the answer sheet (The 40 % & 50%) then went back to the remaining 10% and transferred those to the answer sheet.

    And finally went through all the questions to make sure I transferred the correct selection to the answer sheet and that I did not miss any questions.

    In the test Center that I was in I think 95% of the people needed the 4 Hours, as a note English is not the first language for any of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wd40 View Post
    I am a first time CISA Test taker, I needed 3.5 Hours.

    First going through the questions and selecting the right answers, by the end of the 200 questions I had 40% sure answers, 50% "This looks like the correct answer" and 10% "I really do not know".

    Then I transferred the answers to the answer sheet (The 40 % & 50%) then went back to the remaining 10% and transferred those to the answer sheet.

    And finally went through all the questions to make sure I transferred the correct selection to the answer sheet and that I did not miss any questions.

    In the test Center that I was in I think 95% of the people needed the 4 Hours, as a note English is not the first language for any of us.
    hi guys, although i have practiced extensively and my English is ok i have spend the whole 4 hours, i finished at 3:40 and i have 15 quesitons unanswered and around 20 marked for review, i have only had the chance to answer the unanswered and time runned out.

    i think i did ok, will see.

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by whd5015 View Post
    First time test taker here. Is it just me, or did anyone else find the whole 4 hours unnecessary? I found myself finished with an abundance of time to spare - but I've heard accounts of people struggling to finish. Thoughts?
    It took me right at 1 hour 45 minutes. This includes the time to go through and double-check my answers. I was the first one in my group finished though so I may have been an anomaly.
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    I think everybody found the CISA exams easy this June. Is this something we have to worry about since the there might be NO or only a little adjustment to be made in the scores for ranking purposes?
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    That is a very good point eric_gokongwei, we will just have to wait and see ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by wd40 View Post
    That is a very good point eric_gokongwei, we will just have to wait and see ..
    Yeah, as we all know passing cisa is a matter of competency and not on getting a specific number of correct answers since ISACA does not define that in the guidelines. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I would get it by this time.
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    Let the wait begin. 1 week passed.
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    I am not worried about the results, my initial plan was:

    If I fail in June I will study more and hopefully pass in December, If I pass in June that will be excellent!

    I do not need the extra stress for 6 weeks while waiting for the results.

    enjoy your life, waiting for the results will not change them.
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