I'm very excited about the launch of Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) for the CISSP starting December 18, 2017 for all English exams worldwide. To learn more:
So true. When I took my CISSP exam just 45 days ago I didn't review any of my answers. I just ended my exam and accepted what I selected the first time around.
So many questions 🙂
All in all I think moving to CAT is a good thing, still need all the knowledge, but not having to cope with the 6 hour brain melt, just focus on the knowledge.
I do have some questions I was hoping you could shed some light on.
Thank you, I think transparency is extremely important when making changes and I hope you can shed some light on the road map and path forward.
CISSP, CEH, PMP, CCNP et. Al.
Good morning, Thor!
I have some answers to your questions ...
I hope this helps!
Good part, testing time is 3 hours. However when there is only one attempt of a question and no review option will have more anxiety on first few questions until you get used to format and wording of questions on the exam.
Agree that some will have issues with adapting, but all one has to do right now is just practice NOT reviewing their practice questions. Start small with 20-25 questions and work yourself up to it.