matt18e wrote: »
Here's the ISACA answer:
"ISACA uses a 200-800 point scale with 450 as the passing mark for the exams. A scaled score is a conversion of the raw score on an exam to a common scale. It is important to note that the exam score is not based on an arithmetic or percent average. For example, the scaled score of 800 represents a perfect score with all questions answered correctly; a scaled score of 200 is the lowest score possible and signifies that only a small number of questions were answered correctly.A candidate must receive a scaled score of 450 or higher to pass the exam. A score of 450 represents a minimum consistent standard of knowledge as established for the exam by the respective ISACA Certification Committee. The passing score of 450 represents the minimum number of questions that must be answered correctly by the candidate in order to demonstrate practical application of the job task and knowledge statements. A candidate receiving a passing score may then apply for certification if all other requirements are met."CISM Frequently Asked Questions
I just took my CISM exam yesterday. I went in feeling very well prepared, and left feeling doubtful. Now the long 5 week wait for test results...
636-555-3226 wrote: »
Using a **** to pass a test is generally a bad idea since you dont typically learn the material too well.
Otherwise I think, but could be wrong, that ISACA uses a bell curve for the exam, so if everybody does poorly then you all get Bs.
maktoum wrote: »
I study more than 1500 Q and no single question come form that ****, strange !!!! also the time is going very fast.