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Newcomer II

Re: Going for exam on Monday Any tips ?

I am wondering they mentioned about experience 1 year. How do they validate ! I mean do i need to carry anything else other than my IDs like driving license passport?
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Advocate I

Re: Going for exam on Monday Any tips ?

That’s after the exam, when you’re notified you pass. Then you go through an experience/education audit-or choose the Associate of (ISC)^2 for a year.
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Newcomer II

Re: Going for exam on Monday Any tips ?

I have passed the exam or atleast this is what I assume 🙂 from report given to me which says “You have provisionally passed SSCP ....” Can someone help me understand what does it mean and what next. I am interested to see my score and performance by each domain as I am looking forward for CISSP now.

Regarding exam experience I have gone thru 20-30 exams from different vendors like Microsoft, Cisco, Vmware etc. but this one was different because whatever you read or learn the questions are not going to be simple but to test your depth and understanding. Atleast this is what I feel.

Faizan

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Advocate I

Re: Going for exam on Monday Any tips ?

Faizan,

 


@fyzaanwrote:
I have passed the exam or atleast this is what I assume 🙂 from report given to me which says “You have provisionally passed SSCP ....” Can someone help me understand what does it mean and what next. 

It means that you achieved a passing score based on the CAT assessment of your answers.  Your exam may be audited to determine if there were any anomalies, and is pending a quality control check by an actual human at (ISC)^2.

 

I recommend you begin getting together the information that you need to submit your experience/education for endorsement.

 

Congratulations!

 

Sincerely,

 

Eric B.

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Newcomer II

Re: Going for exam on Monday Any tips ?

Thank You. I believe while refereeing to credentials that mean an experience letter from organization where i have worked in security domain and my Resume/CV ? I am sorry if it is a stupid question.

 

Faizan