I passed my CC exam yesterday after two months of preparation (weekend only). I thought the exam to be neither difficult nor difficult, but the big catch was the use of English vocabulary. Extra effort is required to grasp the questions.
Furthermore, my personal advise is to thoroughly comprehend the foundations and where they were applied so that you understand the goal of the situation in question. Also, try to match keywords with supplied options because many questions are indirect, and don't worry about technical questions because they are all directive.
Note: Please check your isc2 registered name exactly to correspond with your I'd proof before you travel because one student had this difficulty on exam day.
Hello, thank you for reaching out to me, First of all the best for your examination.
Now, I'm coming to your questions, I don't utilise any study materials to prepare for the exam. I'm only using an isc2 self-paced training course, however my existing knowledge of cyber security is assisting me in passing the exam.
A lot of people recommend taking Thor and mick chappal video course but didn't take that because I don't like to spend my money on this because so many security professionals post their ideas on Google and YouTube. I strongly advise you to take an isc2 self-paced course to learn the principles of information security. Also, if you need to understand the security fundamentals properly and ask yourself how it was correct, where it was used, and how this helped to protect information it's really helpful not only for this certification but for all of them. Furthermore, the CISSP book is useful for referring to topics if you want a detailed explanation and clarification of your doubts and whatever questions you have searched for on Google.
We are all extremely welcome to ask questions in the community, and everyone here is incredibly supportive.
Just my 5c here. Ive only just recently passed the CC exam. I must admit that it was pretty straight forward. Not too hard at all. I took my time going through the course work. Then i did a bunch and i mean a bunch of Youtube exam dumps( clips of mock exam questions in multiple form) I really enjoyed that. Then did the flash card. The idea is to understand the technologies and how they work. Once you understand this, you will pass the exam. Last thing was that, i didn't get too cocky in a "I know it all" mind frame.
Good luck with your exam! You got this!!