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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Ertaz View Post
    This is just crazy to still be on paper tests at this point.
    They claim its to prevent leakage. Isaca dont have the resources to rewrite questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcundiff View Post
    Dont get your hopes up, December CRISC was 2 weeks later
    Does that mean we can be expect results sometime around July 29th? Is it just me, or is inexcusable for them to take 8 weeks to release the results of an exam? Makes zero sense to me. ISACA needs to realize it's 2016, and get with the program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaanp92 View Post
    Does that mean we can be expect results sometime around July 29th? Is it just me, or is inexcusable for them to take 8 weeks to release the results of an exam? Makes zero sense to me. ISACA needs to realize it's 2016, and get with the program.
    Below is their explanation.

    CRISC Frequently Asked Questions
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    Like others I got 12/11/15 CRISC results on 1/29/16 (7 weeks), past top 10%. Took CGEIT on 6/11, hoping for 7/29 results, worst case 8/5....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dustervoice View Post
    Below is their explanation.

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    Ha! I've read through this before, screams utter laziness to me, just like the DMV.

    Any confirmation/input on possible early release of results on June 29th or so?
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    #31
    My result date prediction
    22/07 - 10% chance
    29/07 - 70% chance
    05/08 - 20% chance
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    #32
    Quote Originally Posted by rajeshsriram View Post
    My result date prediction
    22/07 - 10% chance
    29/07 - 70% chance
    05/08 - 20% chance
    I'm putting my money on August 5th, but I'm hoping we'll hear something sooner.

    Does anyone know how to check what we set as our "preferred" method of receiving the results (email vs mail)? I cannot seem to remember which option I chose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaanp92 View Post
    I'm putting my money on August 5th, but I'm hoping we'll hear something sooner.

    Does anyone know how to check what we set as our "preferred" method of receiving the results (email vs mail)? I cannot seem to remember which option I chose.
    Alternatively, when the results are released, you can check your results by logging on to isaca.org
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    #34
    Doesn't look like results will be posted today. Maybe next Friday?
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    Yes most likely next week. hang in there.
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    yes, I would say, based on their previous timetables, its 80-90% to see scores released next friday... It's almost over guys
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    #37
    Just a real world example.........

    Suppose you've finished your CRISC exam and are still waiting for the result. Would it be a FAILED or a PASS ???
    If you've PASSED then you want might want to take the CISM exam (for example, CISA will do as well). This is just a real world example, right ? Right !
    But if you FAILED then you want te retake the CRISC exam this year. Right ? Right !
    But you also noticed that the deadline for the CISM and CISA exams are within two days and that the CRISC exam result will not be expected in a couple of days. Can happen, right ? Right ! And two exams is just too much to prepare for at the same time.
    In this situation ISACA offered you an extra couple of months to study ! Lucky you !!
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    Please note that this is just a real world example...... I already finished and passed CISM and CISA.
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    Results are out! I passed! Good luck to everyone else.
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    Just got my CGEIT results, so not surprised CRISC results published too. My CGEIT was a pass, likewise good luck to everyone getting CRISC results.
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    Default CRISC June 2016 - Pass

    Passed the CRISC exam!
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    Finally passed my CRISC exam after several attempts - many thanks to the almighty for seeing me through this time. Never give up on anything!!
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    Passed! Congrats to everyone who passed and good luck, on the next one, for those who didn't.
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    Got my results for CRISC today - 425. I used the Review Manual and the QAE database getting low to mid 90s on the practice exams, and still didn't make the grade. I have to agree with some of the posts here that the test questions were really odd and not very well covered in the study material. I have both CISA and CISM certifications and the CRISC exam has the most strangely worded test questions yet. I was mentally wiped out after the exam in June and am wondering what additional materials I can study to prep for the December test this time around? Moving on to the CISSP after I pass the CRISC and I can say I am pretty much done with ISACA and their certifications...
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    I passed CRISC.
    I'm guessing I'm in the bottom 10% (499), but I won't mention that on my resume.

    Does anyone know how long it takes ISACA to issue the cert once the application is turned in?
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    I passed CRISC.
    I'm guessing I'm in the bottom 10% (499), but I won't mention that on my resume.

    Does anyone know how long it takes ISACA to issue the cert once the application is turned in?
    Took about 6-8 weeks for the December 2015 cycle

    My co-worker who also took it nailed a top 5% score with a 608, needless to say, she was happy
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    Got my results for CRISC today - 425. I used the Review Manual and the QAE database getting low to mid 90s on the practice exams, and still didn't make the grade. I have to agree with some of the posts here that the test questions were really odd and not very well covered in the study material. I have both CISA and CISM certifications and the CRISC exam has the most strangely worded test questions yet. I was mentally wiped out after the exam in June and am wondering what additional materials I can study to prep for the December test this time around? Moving on to the CISSP after I pass the CRISC and I can say I am pretty much done with ISACA and their certifications...


    You dont list the IT Risk Framework for this time around, so definitely add it... what is your background/experience ?
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    passed!!
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    and... 4th time was a charm. At it for two years, finally passed, 491. Had 443 last time, so for those that didn't pass this time around, keep at it!
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    6-8 weeks? ISACA doesn't do anything quickly, I guess.

    Thanks for the reply!
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