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    #51
    Passed... didn't think I did... didn't think much coming out of the exam room! Glad that's over with! Used exclusively the ISACA CISA review manual, the ISACA question database, and CISA 2016 ITPro.tv videos...
    2016 Goals: CISA, Next Up: PMP
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    #52
    Passed 533 - yay - so happy to be done with CISA!! Congrats everyone. Results looking good so far for all.
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    Passed CISA . Congratulations to all !!! All the best to the aspirants.
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    #54
    Hello Guys,

    Firstly, Congrats to all those who passed. Those who didn't clear , I suggest to try and understand the explanations in the QAE database.

    Also, thanks to all the members here for their encouraging and motivational messages and guidance to prepare for the exams. I am glad to be a part of such an encouraging group of people.

    I too passed CISA June 2016.

    Cheers !
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    #55
    Hello All ,
    I passed the CISA exam yesterday and would like to know what exam i should go for next considering i am wanting to go into the IT audit side?
    Thanks.
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    #56
    Dear All,

    Congratulation to all who have cleared the certification and All the best to those who didn't cleared.

    I too passed my CISA exam yesterday. Scored among the top 20%.

    Only study material is Manual and QAs.

    Best Wishes!!!!
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    #57
    Congrats too all those have passed.

    I am looking forward to appear for the CISA in December 2016. Can anyone tell me about the revised pattern of questions? Thanks.
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    #58

    Cool CISA Results

    Passed with a score of 510. Focussed more on CISA Manual and the notes from class. Only went through the Q&A Database a month before the exam after I had finished reading the manual.
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    Congrats! Can you please tell me about the revised pattern of the questions?
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    wcmac: can you please respond. Thanks
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    #61
    How do you know that you were in the top 10%?
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    How do you know that you were in the top 5%?
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    Quote Originally Posted by krucial85 View Post
    How do you know that you were in the top 5%?
    When you get your score ISACA also has a cool feature (I think) that lets you know if you were in the top 20%, 5%, etc. What's even cooler is they identify the best & second-best scoring people and actually give them an award.

    Worldwide Achievement Award for the 2nd best score in the world

    Worldwide Excellence Award for the best score in the world

    A nice little resume booster plus you actually get a physical award to show off, and I don't mean a chintzy piece of paper, either.
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    The questions are pretty much jumbled up. I was not able to tell which domain was being tested. I pretty much read the manual cover to cover to really understand the different concepts in each domain as I had no IT experience. I am still rereading the manual to understand different concepts without the pressure of exams. My approach has always been to retain as much information as possible. Reviewing the Q&A Database for me was simply to understand the general structure of the exam questions. I think Iam better off for applying this approach.
    Regards and Good Luck in your exams in December.
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    It took ISACA about a week to accept my application. So hopefully you guys will get yours back quickly also.
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    #66
    Just curious, has anyone that passed the June CISA exam been certified yet? I've sent in my form twice, still no response, not event acknowledgement of receipt... Do they do the certifications in batches the same way they release scores?
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    #67
    WTH... still no response from ISACA as to where my application is, sent to both email addresses three times (application@isaca.org and certifcations@isaca.org), no response, not even an acknowledgment... going to try fax now... if no response, will wait until 31 Dec 2021 and submit then. No more ISACA exam for me I think...
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    #68
    Kind of ridiculous. I submitted had submitted my CISM in Dec 2015 and got an acknowledgement in couple of days.Nothing for CISA.We would feel better if they just said " We got your application , We are processing etc., " I am frustrated with this as well.
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