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    Default "Passed" the CISA on 9-29, wondering if I really did

    So I took the CISA exam and the screen I got after I completed it says I passed, but this was just the preliminary analysis and I won't know for sure until 10 days. I'm just wondering if anyone has any idea how accurate the preliminary analysis is. Has anyone ever gotten a different result from ISACA after the review than what was given on the screen immediately after taking the test?
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    I wouldn't worry about it.

    I used to write the actuarial science exams and they are through PSI as well. They were always accurate. Unless there was a glitch or something.

    Congrats, My advice is to go celebrate and forget about the exam for two weeks!
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    Very, very unlikely that you've failed. Congratulations and enjoy!
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    I just got my official results, passed with a 686!
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    Default Which material exactly did you use to prepare?

    Congratulations on passing the CISA.

    I want to start preparing for the exam and would like to know what study material exactly did you use.

    I have this All-in-one book (awesome reviews) and also an the 2013 test DB Installed on my computer.

    Please let me know what else or what instead I should use.

    Impatiently waiting.
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