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    Default CRISC Passed Today

    Check another cert off my to-do list. I read the ISACA review guide within a week and took the exam. I only used about 100 of the questions in the QAE. I decided to put the bulk of my time into careful reading of the review material.

    I felt like this exam was difficult given the less tangible nature of the questions.
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    Congratulations!
    "You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is, never try." - Homer Simpson
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    Wow! One week... congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan-in-MD View Post
    Check another cert off my to-do list. I read the ISACA review guide within a week and took the exam. I only used about 100 of the questions in the QAE. I decided to put the bulk of my time into careful reading of the review material.

    I felt like this exam was difficult given the less tangible nature of the questions.

    One week.that's amazing. Congrats Dan in MD
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    It depends on your experience, existing knowledge, ability to take exams, and familiarity with ISACA in particular. There is also content overlap with other exams. Effectively, you're studying the "gap" from your current knowledge and the target exam.

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    This email is being sent to notify you of your 16 September 2017 exam results. A scaled score of 450 or higher is required to pass, which represents the minimum consistent standard of knowledge as established by ISACA's CRISC Certification Working Group.

    We are pleased to inform you that you successfully PASSED the exam with a total scaled score of 612. For your information, your exam results by area are provided below.

    SCALED SCORES BY CONTENT AREA:

    IT Risk Identification 603
    IT Risk Assessment 576
    Risk Response and Mitigation 612
    Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting 674


    The above represents a conversion of individually weighted raw scores based on a common scale. As such do not attempt to apply a simple arithmetic mean to convert area scores to your total scaled score.
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    congratulation
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    @ DAn-in-MD I concur that work experience and existing knowledge plays a pivotal role in preparing for the CRISC exam in a short time. Your scores are impressive. Well done once again
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    congratulations, I took a shot at this exam in 2013 and failed (got 390) I'm planning to take it again in November.
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    hi all,
    i am planning in Dec. 2017, i have the book 6th (new) but Q&A 2015 (400 qes., old), if any one can help me wz copy of the new (500 qes.) Q&A or DB, thanks all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan-in-MD View Post
    Check another cert off my to-do list. I read the ISACA review guide within a week and took the exam. I only used about 100 of the questions in the QAE. I decided to put the bulk of my time into careful reading of the review material.

    I felt like this exam was difficult given the less tangible nature of the questions.
    Congratulations! and thanks for letting us know your thoughts about it
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