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  1. Junior Member Registered Member
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    Default CISSP Experience

    Hello all,

    I passed CISSP a few weeks back. Unfortunately I am still a university student and will be considered an associate for a little longer.

    I had a question regarding the experience requirements. I have worked about two years worth of internships. Of those two years, about 1.75 yrs have been full-time 40 hr/week work. I also have held a security position where I was working ~35 hours a week. Am I able to claim credit for any of these previous experiences?
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    Maybe...just submit when you get to the point of qualifying and see if they accept it. If they don’t accept it then you just have to wait, so it’s not like you can do anything to change it.
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    Send them your resume and they will either accept it or refuse it with explanation what you are lacking.
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