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    #126
    quick question: on an average, how many take the CISA exam every june, september, and december?
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    Default CRISC & CGEIT Exams Results

    The CRISC and CGEIT exams results should also be out by Jan 27 as per the timeline followed by ISACA for June 2013 exams. Good luck to all who took these exams.
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    #128
    1 more week to go then..Let's hope we get an early surprise this friday, then we won't have to wait a complete weekend (again) for the results ! Good luck to all still waiting for CGEIT & CRISC result!
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    It seems I also passed the CISM exam, although I expected this I am still very happy with my results

    CISM Pre-Certification
    Summary
    Certification Status: Not Certified - Exam Result: Pass (Dec 2013) Overall Score: 571
    Apply for Certification Last Date to Apply: 31 Dec 2018

    Recent Exam Detail (CISM,14
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    Job Practice Area Scaled Score
    Information Security Governance 602
    Information Risk Management and
    Compliance
    558
    Information Security Program Development and
    Management
    520
    Information Security Incident Management 625
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    Default CISA December 2013

    YES! I passed the test. VERY, VERY HAPPY. For those who didn't pass, do NOT give up. It took a couple of tries for me to pass but at the end, it all worked out.

    Congratulations to those who passed.
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    #131
    Quote Originally Posted by okp View Post
    Compared to CISSP, CISA is really an easy exam.
    That obviously depends on one's background, because I found the CISSP much easier. I only studied for a couple of weeks, and although I'll never know my score, I needed only half the time to finish and the outcome was never in doubt.

    I studied 7-8 weeks for the CISA exam, and although I got a good score I'm certain I didn't do as well as on the CISSP. There were only two other people in the room when I finished with only 20 minutes to spare, and I was nervous about the outcome until I finally got the results.
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    PASSED CISA, Score 462 , Congratulations for all passed and good luck next time for failed,
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    Unhappy cisa results for dec 2013

    i real dont understand how this exam was tested , was it for an IT auditor really or security person , i scored poorly ever in ma life , i want to reseat the exam in june , but then i ask myself will the june exam be somehow understandable , the vagueness and obsecureness of dec exam will still be same , my pals i want as many advice as possible on how to read fotr this exam , coz the CRM has no correlation with the Dec exam , please advice i gonna give it last try
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    Quote Originally Posted by drioba View Post
    i real dont understand how this exam was tested , was it for an IT auditor really or security person , i scored poorly ever in ma life , i want to reseat the exam in june , but then i ask myself will the june exam be somehow understandable , the vagueness and obsecureness of dec exam will still be same , my pals i want as many advice as possible on how to read fotr this exam , coz the CRM has no correlation with the Dec exam , please advice i gonna give it last try
    I passed from first attempt , However I cannot say that the exam was easy, yes it is tricky, bu I recommend you to study from ISACA manual and questions database, and if you reach more that 90 % test result of 100 Que ( at least 10 Tests ) you can start to feel comfort to pass next time.

    Additional video course available for CISA in CBT NUGGETS website, I use it last month before the exam and I found it useful.

    Good Luck in in your next exam, if you have any inquiry just contact me.
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    Cism, crisc...
    Last edited by Qualit; 01-24-2014 at 05:57 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drioba View Post
    i real dont understand how this exam was tested , was it for an IT auditor really or security person , i scored poorly ever in ma life , i want to reseat the exam in june , but then i ask myself will the june exam be somehow understandable , the vagueness and obsecureness of dec exam will still be same , my pals i want as many advice as possible on how to read fotr this exam , coz the CRM has no correlation with the Dec exam , please advice i gonna give it last try

    Hi drioba,

    I think experience is quite important in passing the exam. Some questions require contextual understanding and correct applicable interpretation to score right. While the CRM provides the concept, understanding and experience bridge the gap alongside the QAs db. You really need to be comfortable sitting the exam before you register.My general take if you have the QAs db: to evaluate your performance, consider your first score of a new set of questions as your standard. Doing a question repeatedly presents an involuntary opportunity to quickly pick the recalled correct answer leading to high scores that may be untrue. Therefore be not disturbed at not getting 90s, be disturbed at following the explanations for/against certain options.
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    #137

    Default CRISC & CGEIT resuts are out!

    The results are out! I passed CGEIT, next up CISM! Congrats to everyone who passed!
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