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    Default CISM APPLICATION- Task Verification for Certification

    Hi All,

    I have passed my CISM exam last week and would like to know one thing before submitting application for the CISM Certification. There are total four domains in the experience domain page. Under each domain, there are several tasks.

    I want to know that is it necessary/mandatory that all tasks should be selected under each domain or ONLY the tasks selected which are relevant to your experience.

    Is there any standard that tells " the minimum number of tasks are require to select in order to qualify for the Certification.

    Please advise.

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    Nawaz Ahmed Khan, PMP,ITIL,COBIT
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    I think you just tick the ones that are relavent to your experience. I ticked every box on all domains as they all relate to my work experience.
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    Thanks for your reply. Do you know what is response time, ISACA would take to complete the Certification Process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawaz23 View Post
    Thanks for your reply. Do you know what is response time, ISACA would take to complete the Certification Process.
    Less than 3 weeks in my experience.
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    3 weeks to the day for me. However, that included the Christmas holidays too.
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    It was three weeks for me so that seems to be around the norm.
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    What about verification, I got confused by the form. Do I need two people to verify my experience or one is enough (he can verify 6 years of my information security experience). I have sent ISACA an Email a couple of days ago but there is no answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by za3bour View Post
    What about verification, I got confused by the form. Do I need two people to verify my experience or one is enough (he can verify 6 years of my information security experience). I have sent ISACA an Email a couple of days ago but there is no answer.
    I only used one Verifier for my CRISC and it took exactly 6 days and two more days for my Your-acclaim Badge to enter my email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scankloud View Post
    I only used one Verifier for my CRISC and it took exactly 6 days and two more days for my Your-acclaim Badge to enter my email.
    Thank you that's comforting. I still didn't hear back from them, what a shame I mean they charge you all that money to take the exam and to maintain the certificate but then they fail to do a simple thing as in customer service.
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    I'd suggest calling them, they are behind reviewing applications.

    I passed the exam mid-December and submitted the paperwork a few days after getting the official results. I hadn't seen any update on the status after two weeks, not even received, in the portal so I called and they reviewed the paperwork completeness and forwarded for certification review.
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    Quote Originally Posted by averageguy72 View Post
    I'd suggest calling them, they are behind reviewing applications.

    I passed the exam mid-December and submitted the paperwork a few days after getting the official results. I hadn't seen any update on the status after two weeks, not even received, in the portal so I called and they reviewed the paperwork completeness and forwarded for certification review.
    Thanks, I think I should do that. I did submit the papers though a couple of days ago.
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    Hello all,

    Do you have CISM books PDF? If you have, could you be kind enough to share with me?

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    Took 22 days from submission to certification, received the congratulatory email this afternoon. Officially CISM
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    Quote Originally Posted by averageguy72 View Post
    Took 22 days from submission to certification, received the congratulatory email this afternoon. Officially CISM
    Congratulations.

    they have finally answered me that it's ok to have one verifier, only problem is that is too late
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