cisamalta wrote: »
Has anyone else not received their results? I live in Malta Europe.... this is ridiculous
Distord wrote: »
FSF150 - yup that's the trend.
I'm also waiting for the CISA results and already registered and bought the materials for CRISC.
good luck !
Joshuthomas wrote: »
finally got my results and passed the exam at 465 overall score.
thank god. wishes for all who passed and wishing luck for all
kareem.noor wrote: »
Any idea on the quickest time when they certified somebody as a CISA after passing the exam?
zeroG wrote: »
5 weeks in my case (in 2015).
The_AM wrote: »
Congrats to all who passed, though I am only seeing people who passed the exam sharing their experiences/expressions, for those who didn't pass this time allow me to state, you are not alone.
It was my first attempt and I failed, got the score of 426, since I switched career path from software engineering to IS auditing just recently, therefore I guess I can take some positives out of even this score to use it as a build up for the next attempt, taking this as my Rocky-I
Again congrats to all who passed and good luck for the ones who didn't and planning to appear again in May-June, may the force be with you.
rb23 wrote: »
For most of us who are first time applicants for an ISACA certification, we might be thinking what each 'Application Status' description means. I looked at an ISACA's response to a blog comment from March 2016.
It's for CISM cerification but the process is the same for CISA (CGEIT and CRISC too, I suppose). I hope this helps:RE: CISM Application Status
Great questions on the stages of certification. In summary:Nothing - means the application has not been received or logged into the record
Complete Under Review - means the application is going through the review process
Complete Pending Audit - means that the application was pulled for a random verifier audit and awaiting response from the verifier
Incomplete - means that something on the application is incomplete or missing documents.
Approved -- the application has been tentatively approved and will be certified in the next grouping or certifying batch
I hope this helps in clarification.
ISACA Online Communities Coordinator Tammie111 at 3/8/2016 10:51:48 AM