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Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

Congratulations Peter. Good job!
Contributor I

Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

HA! The important thing is that you know how to use "esoteric"!

 

Congrats, and welcome to the club.

Contributor I

Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

Congratulations Peter.

Regards,
Nagarajan Viswanathan (Raj)
Newcomer I

Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

Please confirm, are you able to go back and check the answers? The CISSP has stopped this now and you have to be sure as you don’t have the ability to go back? I took and passed the CISSP a few months ago.

Reader I

Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

CISSP is adaptive and won't let you go back and check answers. CCSP isn't adaptive and lets you check answers before submitting.

Contributor I

Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

Does that mean, ISC2 doesn't allow to have questions reviewed before submission in the CISSP exam?

 

I passed CISSP in 2014, then you could mark questions to review later and then submit, though I never revisited questions in the exam because reading each questions to understand it well and pick the right answer took a lot energy Smiley Happy

 

Nagarajan

Regards,
Nagarajan Viswanathan (Raj)
Advocate II

Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

The English version of the CISSP moved to Computerised Adaptive Testing (CAT) in April 2018:

 

https://www.isc2.org/certifications/CISSP/CISSP-CAT

 

On a CAT exam, once you submit an answer you can't go back and review it as it is scored immediately and has a bearing on future questions you will be asked. i.e. The test algorithm "adapts" the questions based on how well you're doing.

 

All other exams, including the CISSP in languages other than English, still use the "linear" methodology.

 

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Newcomer I

Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

Thanks

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Newcomer I

Re: Passed my CCSP 2019

Did the exam allow you to revisit the questions after you moved on? The new CISSP (I took 2 months ago) is adaptive and you can’t revisit after you select next question? Thanks for your update and info.