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    Just got the exam result mail from ISACA and got a score of 546!
    Congrats on those passing and if not, don't give up and try again in Dec one!!!

    A bit of sidetracking, now that I have CISSP and CISA, is it worth going for CEH?
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever930 View Post
    Just got the exam result mail from ISACA and got a score of 546!
    Congrats on those passing and if not, don't give up and try again in Dec one!!!

    A bit of sidetracking, now that I have CISSP and CISA, is it worth going for CEH?
    I'm actually studying for it right now. I think the CEH is well-respected now days compared to the past. Look at the salary information on indeed.com for CEH; it is quite high.
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    #53
    Is 534 considered a good score? Is there any way to really know what that translates to in terms of percentage correct?
    Last edited by diggity801; 10-11-2013 at 02:29 PM. Reason: Grammar
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever930 View Post
    Just got the exam result mail from ISACA and got a score of 546!
    Congrats on those passing and if not, don't give up and try again in Dec one!!!

    A bit of sidetracking, now that I have CISSP and CISA, is it worth going for CEH?
    Congra!!!

    I have also passed and also from HK
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    We are pleased to inform you that you successfully PASSED the exam with a total scaled score of 558.Your score was in the top 10 percent of those testing. For your information, your exam results by area are provided below.~~
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew2012 View Post
    Congra!!!

    I have also passed and also from HK
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    We are pleased to inform you that you successfully PASSED the exam with a total scaled score of 558.Your score was in the top 10 percent of those testing. For your information, your exam results by area are provided below.~~
    Congrats @matthew2012.....Happy for you...thanks for creating this thread....it help relief stress/anxiety while the waiting last . I signed-off....this may be my last check on this thread.......Remember......if you didn't make it in this Sept, never give up...infact, I suggest you put in for December! Best of Luck......One love!!!!!
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    Just saw the results. PASSED the exam with a total scaled score of 588.Your score was in the top 5 percent of those testing. Feeling Happy right now. Congrats to All of you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by manikandanrv View Post
    Just saw the results. PASSED the exam with a total scaled score of 588.Your score was in the top 5 percent of those testing. Feeling Happy right now. Congrats to All of you!

    Congratulation .....

    30 pt difference already jump 5% in performance
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    Thanks Matthew, And Congratulations to you too! In my opinion, scores really have no impact. A pass is a pass.
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    But got your point. This, I believe, is much less score(30) compared to June 2013 results for a 5% jump. Does it mean people scored less in comparison? (sorry unable to use Enter Key in reply to add a new line)
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    Quote Originally Posted by manikandanrv View Post
    But got your point. This, I believe, is much less score(30) compared to June 2013 results for a 5% jump. Does it mean people scored less in comparison? (sorry unable to use Enter Key in reply to add a new line)
    guess so....

    I am thinking the normal distribution.....the variance is little.
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    Just Submitted application for the CISA Certification by email.

    Received Exam result: Fri 10/11/2013 at 3:30 AM (HKT)
    Submitted application: Fri 10/11/2013 at 2:17 PM (HKT)
    Confirm receipt of application: Fri 10/11/2013 at 10:04 PM (HKT)
    CISA Application Received (Email): Tue 10/15/2013 10:17 PM (HKT)
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    Failed ...anyway I knew it, I was not prepared.

    Congrats to everyone who passed!!!
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    Congratulations to everyone who passed! I'm thinking to register for the Dec exam, but I haven't started to study yet. I'm just wondering how long have you guys studied for the exam and how much time you put to it? Do you think 2 month will be enough? I have been working ecurity for 4 years but am not in the audit field. Thank you!
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    I registered for the Sept 7th exam around the middle of May. I was all about studying for it but soon burned out. Then I found out that they make it almost impossible to drop the exam so about 3 weeks before the exam I started studying to the extreme. You really need the practice questions database to pass in my opinion. That was essential in understanding their question format and tricks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggity801 View Post
    I registered for the Sept 7th exam around the middle of May. I was all about studying for it but soon burned out. Then I found out that they make it almost impossible to drop the exam so about 3 weeks before the exam I started studying to the extreme. You really need the practice questions database to pass in my opinion. That was essential in understanding their question format and tricks.
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    Thank you Diggity801! So the CD=QAE+QAE Supplement right? That all what I need plus the manual?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeaJas View Post
    Thank you Diggity801! So the CD=QAE+QAE Supplement right? That all what I need plus the manual?
    Hi,
    I think the manual is essential to let you understand the scope of testing, and the DB is for you to test your understanding.
    For your reference, I studied less than a month and did less than 200Q. (bcoz have insufficient time for me) but I got CISSP hence, those materials were already known.....

    Hence, the exam preparation duration depends on your working exp./ background
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    i just used the QA Test DB for about 15 hours splitted to 10 days (i think, I saw about 400 Questions within that time) . I think professional experience is key for passing.
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    I just submitted my application. Do I have to wait 5 more weeks to actually get the certification? Sigh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggity801 View Post
    I just submitted my application. Do I have to wait 5 more weeks to actually get the certification? Sigh...

    I saw from the other thread....the shortest time was less than a week.~~
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew2012 View Post
    I saw from the other thread....the shortest time was less than a week.~~
    Did you get a reply stating they they received your application? I just got a general FAQ email reply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggity801 View Post
    Did you get a reply stating they they received your application? I just got a general FAQ email reply.
    That is auto-reply....

    Later there will be a confirmation from Dept: Certification <certification@isaca.org>

    "Thank you for your email.

    I can confirm receipt of your CISA application. Should any additional documents be needed, we will be in contact with you. This processing can take up to 6-8 weeks. "
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew2012 View Post
    That is auto-reply....

    Later there will be a confirmation from Dept: Certification <certification@isaca.org>

    "Thank you for your email.

    I can confirm receipt of your CISA application. Should any additional documents be needed, we will be in contact with you. This processing can take up to 6-8 weeks. "
    And still no confirmation email. They really like to torture people I swear.
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    Got email this morning that the application is under review from the Certification Dept.
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    The ISACA webpage went from from something like "apply now" in the top left corner to just "Sept Pass" and now it says Application Status: Unreviewed right beneath it, when it did not before. So they must have received it and updated the website but for whatever reason did not email me. Oh well - I'll just wait the 5 more weeks to get an answer.
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    I received another email his morning, wordings and meanings are similar:

    "We recently received your application for the CISA certification. By passing the exam and applying for certification, you have taken a significant step in distinguishing yourself from other professionals.

    The processing of your application has begun and the time needed to complete it (up to 6 weeks) will depend on whether or not we have received all of your documentation (verification form(s), transcripts, etc). Should any additional information be required, you will receive a separate e-mail outlining the missing information. "
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