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    #151
    Yaaaay, this guy here passed with a score of 518.

    So, I have my bragging rights as postulated when I opened this thread.

    To me, security + helped a lot; I had to read Darril's book all over again, bits and pieces of CRM 2011 and studied the exam supplements to understand the manner in which ISACA frame their questions.
    CISA AIO helped a bit too.

    Finally Glory be to God that I won't have to go through the herculean task of writing the exam again.

    Anxiously waiting for PRINCE2 practitioner results.(sh*t of an exam; pardon my language)
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    #152
    passed CISA exam marginally (455) in first attempt. congrats to everyone who passed.

    I feel I'm really lucky because . I had no leaves from work
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    #153
    We are sorry to inform you that you were not successful in passing the CISA exam. Wow...I am totally down. I feel I need to ask for hand remark. I do not see myself failing that exam. Does anybody know how long it take for a hand remark?
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    #154
    Quote Originally Posted by Edwin.Mshanga View Post
    Does anybody know how long it take for a hand remark?
    If anyone knows the process and how to go through it , kindly tell... its worth a shot >.>;!
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    #155
    Thanks for startting this thread...has been really helpful for keeping myself updated about the result. I passed with a score of 472 in my second attempt...my previous score was 408.

    Congrats to all who have got through and those who could not clear this time and planning to give it another shot - don't lose heart...as you have seen in my case your preparation for this CISA should help you in the next exam.All the Best!!
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    Congratulations to everyone who passed the CISA or CISM exam!


    For those of yoiu that didn't pass, the email you received from ISACA should contain information on how to contact ISACA with any questions you may have, including asking for your exam to be re-graded if you barely failed. And keep your spirits up. You have a much better chance of passing the exam on the 2nd try.
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    #157
    Has anyone submitted the app to become a CISM yet? I got mine signed off by the HR Director and submitted yesterday, and am waiting yet again for a response from ISACA (another "up to" 8 weeks).

    Fun fun.
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    #158
    CISA Score: 693

    Study tips that worked for CISA:
    I ordered the CISA book published by ISACA and their CD Database.
    I went through all the material once in the book and answered the questions by domain. I made sure to answer the questions once I finished that particular domain / section.

    That definitely helped me understand the format of the questions better.
    However, you must read the book and learn all the concepts. I skimmed through some of the material, however most of the subject matter was tested thoroughly on the exam.

    I know there are a lot of options for CISA books, but I concentrated on the ISACA book. Even the CD questions got old once you know the answer, but as long as you understand the book and memorize some basic concepts, you should be good.

    Good luck to all!
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    #159
    Dear All,

    I plan to take CISA Exam in next June, is any body know the real exam question come from?? i purchase the isaca review question v12 last week.
    and i need to know the exam question it will be exactly from the review question or different?

    thanks
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    The actual CISA exam questions are not available. If they were, that would allow people to cheat by memorizing the questions instead of actually studying for the exam. That would be in violation of the ISACA Code of Ethics.

    You weren't thinking of cheating on the CISA my memorizing the actual exam questions, were you?
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    Default Mazan

    i see, so i should review well the question explanation for more understanding,
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    #162
    I've read that the CISA practice question database available for sale at www.isaca.org is quite good.

    Also try the CISA Self-Assessment Exam and CISA Frequently Asked Questions.
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    Lightbulb Cisa exam in june

    thank you bro, i will look for on the cisa frequent question, i already purchase cisa review question data base from isaca last week it really useful and helpful.
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    hahahahaha just rewrite chief..... inalakwa inalakwa basi iyah!!
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    Default Dec 2012 Exam.

    Cant wait to rewrite the CISA exam this december. am goin to Ace em
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    #166
    Read the manual before you do questions. Its not an easy exam and you need to understand concepts.
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    #167
    I would like to know how much time i get for each section for the CISA exam, in other words,
    What is the real-time I would be given that day for the CISA exam for each of the domains:

    1) Process of Auditing

    2) Govt and mgmt of IT

    3) IS acquisition and development

    4) IS operations and Maintenance

    5) Protection of information of Assets
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