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Newcomer II

Re: Not too happy with CSSLP Exam

Sorry. That’s a problem. I would hope ISC2 would want to see people be successful. If the course writers and the test writers are not in sync then ISC2 has a serious communication and structure problem.
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Re: Not too happy with CSSLP Exam

> havinsomefun (Newcomer I) posted a new reply in Member Support on 04-26-2019

>   Then when it comes time for “game day” and you see the way
> the actual questions are written in a style that the wording of the questions
> make it nearly impossible to ascertain what it is that is even being asked in
> the question(s) themselves

Check out the CISSP sample/example questions that I'm posting at
https://community.isc2.org/t5/Certifications/CISSP-questions/m-p/18626
I know it's not CSSLP content, but the style of the questions should be the same,
and many of the same approaches to the different types of questions should apply.

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Newcomer I

Re: Not too happy with CSSLP Exam

rslade - Thanks for replying with the CISSP example questions. 

 

Although I did pass the CISSP the first time I took it in 3 hours - I did like the questions from the CISSP exam.  They were pretty straight forward and not tricky for the most part.  Just had to do some thinking on the test takers part.

 

The CSSLP exam questions were all at least "3" sentences or more deep - I did not see many if any 1 sentence question(s).  That is what I meant by the layered and depth questions that in my opinion are meant to confuse the test takers because there are so many twists and turns to

the questions and that's where the TIME issue comes into play. 

 

If you have to reread the questions several times to get an inclining of an understanding of where they are going with the questions and what they are trying to ask – that’s where the issues for this exam start.