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  • #54549

    Motasem
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    Hello guys

    Anyone have an idea where I can find a handy practical book that contains notes or study tips ?

    Thanks

    #58287

    badfilemagic
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    The official CBK book from (isc)2 is pretty good, with summaries and quizzes at the end of each chapter, exam overview and whatnot at the beginning. I don’t know about the print version, but the Kindle version has some typos, but mostly minor things.

    I haven’t looked at any of the third-party ones.

    #59657

    Dragon
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    #59659

    Motasem
    Participant

    thank you

    #64212

    badfilemagic
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    I took the exam yesterday and passed (took about an 1:20:00 out of the 4:00:00 they allot for the test, not particularly difficult honestly, though since I passed I don’t know whwether it was with a 700 or a 950 because they don’t tell you the score…) and really only used the Kindle version of the CBK and the free interactive flashcards on the (ISC)2 website.

    Have you taken the exam yet or still studying?

    #80119

    romualds
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    I certified 1 year and a half ago, and here is what I did :
    * participated in a bootcamp (7 days)
    * worked with https://www.amazon.com/Official-Guide-CSSLP-Second-Press/dp/1466571276 (includes practice questions)

    The material on Cybrary site seems to be a good option as well. I did not use it as it was published after I got certified.

    By the way, did you get certified since you first posted the question?

    #82576

    cybermo
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    ?

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