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Bruce Passed ISACA CISA Exam on 28th August

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CISA Cleared!

After another 50-hour study in 2 weeks (from 2018/08/14 to 2018/08/28), I cleared the ISACA CISA exam today. The following is what I used to prepare for this exam:

Milestone Achieved!

It’s about time to declare I’ve achieved my second milestone for 2018.

  • Milestone #2: ISACA
    • 2018/08/28 CISA
    • 2018/08/13 CRISC
    • 2018/07/24 CISM
  • Milestone #1: PMI + CISSP
    • 2018/07/10 RMP
    • 2018/06/19 CISSP
    • 2018/04/27 PBA
    • 2018/04/09 ACP

Long Way to Go!

I am still on my way to build my profession on information security and the coming milestones are as follows:

  • Milestone #3: ISC2
    • 2018/09/14 CSSLP
    • 2018/09/28 CCSP
  • Milestone #4: EC-Council
    • 2018/10/15 CEH
    • 2018/10/29 ECSA

 

Level of Commitment

Level of Commitment

Bruce Passed ISACA CRISC Exam on 13th August

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To pass the CRISC exam, I spent around 50 hours in 3 weeks (from 2018/07/24 to 2018/08/13) studying the following materials:

Candidates have 4 hours to complete the 150-question exam; It takes me 3 hours to nail it, 2 hours for answering questions and 1 hour for review.

The risk management discipline is still evolving and it takes time to get yourself acquainted with the terminologies used in CRISC. There are even some conflicts or inconsistencies between risk management methodologies.

Just follow the official CRISC review manual and questions from ISACA. It would be the most efficient way to pass this exam.

ACP16 Vision Statement

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As a coach for the ACP16 class pursuing the PMI-ACP certification, I would propose a vision statement as follows and invite your commitment to:

The Shared Vision and Common Goals

  1. To succeed in the PMI-ACP exam by 2018/09/30 and help others do
  2. To continue learning and cultivate this profession on an ongoing basis

The Ground Rules

  1. Get prepared
  2. Be on time

Please get prepared and be on time to show up for the study group meetings. To be prepared, you have to study the specified materials as best as you can and it is highly expected that you finish the 20 assessment questions for each exam domain and learn by test-driven and top-down approach.

It is the key to the success of you and the whole team acknowledging the value of the ACP16 partnership, actively participating in the class activities and study group meetings.

Your coach,
Wentz Wu
2018/08/01

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