> Dao (Viewer) posted a new topic in Member Support on 01-07-2019 07:20 AM in the
> However I was wondering, based on the experiences of those who have > passed, what the best and most accurate practice exams are?
Bad news time, I'm afraid. The answer is: there are *NO* sets of practice questions available that will really represent what you will see on the actual exam. Zero. Zip. Not a sausage.
> I have used: 1) > Questions that came with the Official CISSP Study guide Book 2) Questions that > came with an online course I bought (uCertify based on the above book with more > questions added) 3) Pocket prep CISSP iPhone App 4) CISSP Practice Questions > iPhone App
At one time ISC2 sold sets of practice questions (don't know if they still do), but even those, although the closest that I have seen, weren't quite up to snuff. I imagine some of them got into the "official guide," so that might be your best bet. As for the rest, as I have noted over and over again, writing actual exam questions is really hard, and none of those who are selling "practice tests" are willing to do all the work necessary to create sets of questions that match the actual exam in style or difficulty.
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