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    Default CISA - Help interpreting scores

    Hi guys,

    Do you know how to interpret exam scores? How did I really do?

    The Process of Auditing Information Systems 617
    Governance and Management of IT 610
    Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation 465
    Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Service Management 686
    Protection of Information Assets 617

    Total score is 605. Looks like I did horrible on acquisition, development and implementation which is no surprise as that chapter bored me to death and has nothing to do with my daily job. Other areas seems mediocre.

    It would be great if you can guys shed some light on this please!

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    Jonas
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    Not sure about the new computer based format, but back in 2015 in the old paper format my score was 582 and I was in the Top 10%.

    Anyway, why do you care about your ranking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wd40 View Post
    Not sure about the new computer based format, but back in 2015 in the old paper format my score was 582 and I was in the Top 10%.

    Anyway, why do you care about your ranking?
    Hi wd40, I actually don't really care about ranking. TBH, maybe I care a bit but I actually care more about how I did. Perhaps the score only tells you how you do relative to others but when enough people write the exams, the scores should average out and we should still be able to deduce how well we did.
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    a Win is a Win wither by an inch or a mile. Congratulations.
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