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    Red face 2018 CISA Exam

    Anyone here taking the CISA Exam this year, specially this coming May? How is it going for your review? What materials are you using?
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    I've taken my CISA exam way back 2011 and I'd say the ISACA RM and QAE DB should suffice.
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    I'm currently reading the manual during my daily train ride. In the process of having my employer of pay for the QAE database so I can really get going.
    "You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is, never try." - Homer Simpson
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    @EDoubleU - This might be a dumb question. I have the CISA QAE review manual with me. Does it make sense to buy subscription to the QAE database ? Are the questions in QAE database same as those in the QAE manual or are they different ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shreenag View Post
    @EDoubleU - This might be a dumb question. I have the CISA QAE review manual with me. Does it make sense to buy subscription to the QAE database ? Are the questions in QAE database same as those in the QAE manual or are they different ?
    The actual manual or the questions book? I purchased the review manual and the questions book but ended up getting the DB because you can randomize questions and don't have to cover the answers like you do with the book...ended up being a good decision.
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    The CISA exam caused me to take a deeper breathe during testing than the CISSP did. I was getting so upset. I had to calm myself down before I completely lost it! I ended up doing very well, but it ain't easy. Learn the concepts from the book and QAE database. You will do fine if you remember the concepts from those two references. However, you probably won't see a single similar question from the test engine, so be very keen on concepts.
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