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    And I hope everyone here pass
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    Katrin..its evident that we'd get the results in 2017 right ?

    btw, just occurred to me that most questions in the exam were the same as asking "why did the chicken cross the road?"..just a funny thought..

    The more I think about the exam, the more my head hurts. Its never been been so unpredictable for me, having prepared so well. I was seriously disappointed with how it turned out.

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    Karem...I sure hope we don't have to wait until 2107....!!! LOL!!!
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    I feel the same way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munnchar View Post
    Thanks Kareem for getting that info...and...ISACA's process is very annoying.
    That process has now changed. All ISACA exams are computer based now and you receive an instant pass/fail notification, starting with all exams in 2017. I myself am going for CISA on May 1st 2017.
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    Default Exam score for CISA

    Hi All,

    I thought that since we were all waiting for the results to come out, may be we could have a look at a sample CISA result from the past.

    I believe that they give out the overall score alongside domainwise scores and your percentile rank. Does anybody have a score report to share here in the forum to make the waiting more exciting for us?
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    Results from my September 2016 exam:

    The Process of Auditing Information Systems: 653

    Governance and Management of IT: 703
    Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation: 550
    Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Service Management: 647
    Protection of Information Assets: 678

    My final score was "647" in the top 5%.

    It was difficult waiting the five weeks for my results. My study material was the official manual, but what really helped me was the database questions from ISACA. It took me another 6 weeks to get my certification.
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    Default Re: Results

    Thanks johnj6425.

    Your results are quite commendable, congratulations on achieving such a high score.

    Can you share your exam experience? Did you know that you were going to pass ? or was it so challenging that you were not sure about passing or scoring so high ?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnj6425 View Post
    Results from my September 2016 exam:

    The Process of Auditing Information Systems: 653

    Governance and Management of IT: 703
    Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation: 550
    Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Service Management: 647
    Protection of Information Assets: 678

    My final score was "647" in the top 5%.

    It was difficult waiting the five weeks for my results. My study material was the official manual, but what really helped me was the database questions from ISACA. It took me another 6 weeks to get my certification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kareem.noor View Post
    Thanks johnj6425.

    Your results are quite commendable, congratulations on achieving such a high score.

    Can you share your exam experience? Did you know that you were going to pass ? or was it so challenging that you were not sure about passing or scoring so high ?
    Hi All,

    I sat for the CISA exam in December, I used the QA Dbase exclusively 2 months and felt very confident that I was well prepared for the questions on the actual exam. Finished it in 2hr & 45mn including going over 8 questions that I marked for review.

    Question: Has anyone here previously failed the exam after a similar testing experience to mine?

    I passed the ISC(2) CISSP and CAP exams previously with ease, but this 5 week ISACA waiting period is making me a nervous wreck...
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    @kareem.noor

    Thank you for the kind words. When I left the exam, I was unsure if I passed or failed. It was a little weird that I felt as if in a fog after the 4 hours. I went home and started looking up the questions that I could remember, and immediately realized that I failed two that I went back and changed during the exam (I was thankful that I stopped myself after changing my response on those two questions and stuck with my initial response on the remaining questions).

    The five week wait time was difficult, and I was very much surprised with my score. Once again the questions from the ISACA database was the best money I spent and helped me pass the exam.

    The best of luck with your exam results.
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    Congratulations John, for doing so well on your exam. I too marked questions that I was unsure about and went back when I had time after answering the questions that I was certain was correct. I changed a good 13 questions, and realized after the exam that about 5 of them that I changed were correct. I'm crossing my fingers for the rest. I left the exam certain that I did well, but then at times I don't really know if I passed. This waiting period is terrible . Hopefully they release the results before the 5 weeks.
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    Thank you. It's hard to do, but I normally try to stick with my initial response. I know the waiting sucks and good luck!!
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    #37

    Default what is the primary action of a Incidence Response Team after a cyber attack ?

    a) block the channel where the attack is doing.
    b) Analysis the assets which were affected .

    I think this question was there in this CISA December exam.

    who can told the correct answer ?
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    Incident Response is triage. Analysis comes later.
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    I also had like good 5 6 questions I changed my answers for....this wait is a torture...
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    Hope everybody is holding up alright. 2 weeks and 2 days of waiting done ! alot more to go!

    Anxiety pangs are driving me restless !
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    This is the last time of paper based exam. I think this time ISACA will be relax to increase passing rate.
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    This is the last time of paper based exam. I think this time ISACA will be relax to increase passing rate.
    lol dont get your hopes up... just because they are changing the delivery method doesnt mean they are changing the pass/fail mark... they should not lower the passing mark as it lowers the overall value of the cert
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    I agree with jcundiff comment. I've found that the ISACA exams are difficult for a reason by making the individual work for the certification.
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    I keep having dreams about my CISA exam results lol...every time it's time to get the score I wake up. This time someone manually graded the exam and said that I may have passed.....ugh!!!!!!! I think it's the anxiousness getting to me.
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    Guys, has anyone tried the magic link?

    Log into ISACA website before using the link below

    CISA Dec 2015 --> https://svpr-isg-a1.isaca.org/isgweb...ode=CISAEX1215

    Change the year to 16 instead of 15.
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    The "magic link" topic comes up each test cycle. I'm not sure it's going to work. Some have reported success in the past, and it seemed that the results were available online at the same time this link seemed to be working as reported by other ISACA members.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nucho2013 View Post
    Guys, has anyone tried the magic link?

    Log into ISACA website before using the link below

    CISA Dec 2015 --> https://svpr-isg-a1.isaca.org/isgweb...ode=CISAEX1215

    Change the year to 16 instead of 15.
    nothing is coming by this magic link.
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    Did not work...
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    The link isn't working. Has it worked for you nucho2013?
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    The Link should work a week before the official results are out.
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