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jazzyjay
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CSSLP

So, I failed my CSSLP exam and I used the official book, guides, pluralsight, LinkedIn courses, Kelly Habdersens course, etc. The point is questions that were asking in the exam were nothing that came up in any of these materials. And to not be able to review the answers before submission was so annoying. Why doesn't ISC2 release latest syllabus book ? Any tips on how to prep from folks who passed the exam please ? The official trainings seems eye watering pricey 😞
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AlecTrevelyan
Community Champion

When I was prepping for the CSSLP back in 2019, I used the suggested reference list. Where I wasn't able to obtain one of the references either for free or cheaply, I would try and find a suitable replacement that was free or cheap:

 

https://www.isc2.org/Certifications/References#accordion-adfed2f17f1d4762920fc2210a966b14

 

AppDefects
Community Champion

The best advice is to always use the exam outline to guide your studies. Align references to each section. Build knowledge and then apply it.

swh5a01
Newcomer I

I am also studying CSSLP now and I am using the AIO and official study guide. Also I am trying to linking all knowledge by the exam outline and trying to tidy up my own notes. I think it could be a way yo prepare the exam. 

jared2000
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Have you tried https://www.reddit.com/r/CSSLP/ group as well? 

They have some hints as well.