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    Arrow CISA - Is studying QA database enough?

    I have audit experience as well as CISSP. Have worked in IT and IS for many years. So far as study material is concerned and using CRM as a reference book for unknown topics and terminologies, will studying the QA database be enough to pass the test? (Assuming I carefully read correct and incorrect answers)
    Or do I need to use some supplementary study notes or books?
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    I used solely the QAE DB to knock out the CISM, CISA and CRISC trio.
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    Thanks. I am noticing lot of material out there, some of it ridiculously easy or technical. The DB questions are quite different than what i see in practice exam sites.
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    are there any "pictorial" questions in CISA exam? I have encountered any so far in QA database but they seem to have been around in years gone by.
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    I think we need crm and lot of other practice questions. Just isaca QA db is not enough unless one has lots of audit experience.
    Quote Originally Posted by jaguaar View Post
    I have audit experience as well as CISSP. Have worked in IT and IS for many years. So far as study material is concerned and using CRM as a reference book for unknown topics and terminologies, will studying the QA database be enough to pass the test? (Assuming I carefully read correct and incorrect answers)
    Or do I need to use some supplementary study notes or books?
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