Well based on your own admission (quoted at the bottom of this text), I do not think you will actually be awarded the CISSP because you comment you don't have any relevant experience whatsoever. If you don't have the 5 years of experience, the best you could do is be awarded an Associate designation. I'm pretty sure though if you call yourself a CISSP or put yourself out there as one professionally before actually being awarded the designation, you would be violating the Code of Ethics and would get permanently barred from ever being actually called a CISSP.
I might be wrong in my entire interpretation here, but if I am wrong, then I'm disappointed in the ISC2.
Passing the test is but one step in the journey.
I just passed the exam (a pat on my shoulder! ) as my career primarily built on application support and maintenance delivery and management, never thought I could make it without relevant experience whatsoever.