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    Default CISM Application

    Hi.

    I just passed CISM exam today. Yet to receive the official score. Can I submit the application right now or I have to wait for official score? Can the application form be hand written? If my ex colleague is verifying my job experience, does he need to tick only point 2 and 4 in page V1? Appreciate your feedback. Thanks.
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    Appreciate if anybody could advise on this. Thanks
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    Give ISACA a call, or send them an email. They are pretty good for responding quickly.

    I’d imagine you’d have to wait for the final score though....I could be wrong.

    No issues hand writing the application form. That’s what I did!
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    You can submit the application now, but of course it will be on hold until your official score is posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattster79 View Post
    Give ISACA a call, or send them an email. They are pretty good for responding quickly.

    I’d imagine you’d have to wait for the final score though....I could be wrong.

    No issues hand writing the application form. That’s what I did!
    Is there another way other than hand writing? I recieved the application and it's not a fallible form.
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    I edited the PDF to enter my information so that it's legible instead of handwriting it, then printed it out and signed it. It isn't perfect but as least I could fit everything in the tables, etc... compared to handwriting it.

    They had an online form for the <= 2016 version but none that I could find for the >= 2017 version. Since I just sent it in this past week, I'll find out soon enough if they're going to accept it
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    If you are using ADOBE Reader Dc just chose "Fill & Sign" mode on the right side of the PDF. You can also sign it without printing by using the sign function while you are in that mode.
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    Hi.

    Thanks all for your response. There seems an online application version where you can fill and print, but can not save. Here is the link: | CISM Certification - Online Application.

    Btw, any idea what is CISM exam ID? I can't find any such thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monsij View Post
    Hi.

    Thanks all for your response. There seems an online application version where you can fill and print, but can not save. Here is the link: | CISM Certification - Online Application.

    Btw, any idea what is CISM exam ID? I can't find any such thing.

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    Thanks a lot this is excellent. You can find the exam ID in the results letter, go to ISACA - My Certification
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    Quote Originally Posted by monsij View Post
    Hi.

    Thanks all for your response. There seems an online application version where you can fill and print, but can not save. Here is the link: | CISM Certification - Online Application.

    Btw, any idea what is CISM exam ID? I can't find any such thing.

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    After looking at this again I think this application is only for those who passed the exam before Dec 2016 (which doesn't apply to me) unfortunately it seems they dont have a fallible form for the new ones. I will send them an email and ask
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    Default Cism exam id

    Hi,

    Read the conversation, but there is no clear information of CISM Exam ID. Is the Exam ID is the word CISM?
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    The Exam ID (which seems to be a 2-digit year plus Isaca ID) will be in the subject line of the official pass notification email.
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    A bit off topic did you all become members or just do the exam without the membership?
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    I became an Isaca member so that I could get discounts on fees and for access to free CPE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne_wonder View Post
    A bit off topic did you all become members or just do the exam without the membership?
    If you have plans on taking another ISACA exam, I suggest you become a member because the discount on the exam fee, free CPEs and other materials outweighs the cost. In my case, as I will soon have 3 ISACA certs, the discount from the certification renewal justifies the membership cost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Info_Sec_Wannabe View Post
    If you have plans on taking another ISACA exam, I suggest you become a member because the discount on the exam fee, free CPEs and other materials outweighs the cost. In my case, as I will soon have 3 ISACA certs, the discount from the certification renewal justifies the membership cost.
    I think I’d only do the cism and maybe crisc but since it’s out of my own pocket I might just do one
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