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    Default Studying for CISM

    I am currently studying the CISM QAE DB and I wanted to know how close these questions are to that actual exam questions? What I mean is not verbatim but are the way the questions worded very similar to the actual exam?
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    If you stick with the ISACA DB and Book - you should have no problems (given you have experience).
    2016 Goals: CISSP [X], CISM [X]
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    Yea I work in IT Security now. Some of the questions on the DB is frustrating though because it can confuse you at times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dgaines755 View Post
    Yea I work in IT Security now. Some of the questions on the DB is frustrating though because it can confuse you at times.
    I recently passed and I know exactly what you mean. Like others have suggested, stick with the DB and understand why the right answer is more right than the others. The most valuable studying is in the explanations.

    Good Luck! You'll do well
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