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    Default Passed the exam without official study materials

    I passed the test yesterday morning, and the materials I used were the McGraw Hill Book copyrighted 2018, and two $12 sets of practice exams on Udemy. I passed the CISSP exam in July, and that experience was helpful.

    My approach was to read the entire PDF version of the book on my iPad, highlighting details as I went, using the end of chapter quizzes and taking practice exams constantly. The first exams I used were off the CD From the book, and I added the Udemy ones to "round out" the question pool.

    Interestingly, I didn't like the Udemy tests very much when I took them, but after taking the exam, they seemed to have a lot in common with the actual exam, I definitely recommend them.

    Just wanted to pass on my experiences for everyone else,
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