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Newcomer II

Has anyone used Pocket Prep? Thoughts?

I have been looking for an easy to use test bank similar to the one I used for CISA. I haven't found anything substantial yet, but I ran across a pop up ad for this. It's very inexpensive, but I still wanted to check and see if anyone out here has had a positive experience using it. I was thinking this might be an easy to way to answer questions whenever I have a few minutes to spare at work. 

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Re: Has anyone used Pocket Prep? Thoughts?

> Parthenon (Newcomer I) posted a new topic in Certifications on 02-22-2019 02:51

> I have been looking for an easy to use test bank similar to the one I used for
> CISA. I haven't found anything substantial yet, but I ran across a pop up ad for
> this. It's very inexpensive, but I still wanted to check and see if anyone out
> here has had a positive experience using it. I was thinking this might be an
> easy to way to answer questions whenever I have a few minutes to spare at
> work.

Not good enough.

https://community.isc2.org/t5/Certifications/CISSP-quot-sample-quot-questions/td-
p/18626

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No, it is a very interesting number, it is the smallest number
expressible as a sum of two cubes in two different ways.
Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920), Indian mathematician. The
mathematician G. H. Hardy had referred to the number '1729' as
'dull'
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http://blogs.securiteam.com/index.php/archives/author/p1/
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