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    Default Preliminary pass --> actual fail?

    Having taken my CISA today and having been given a preliminary "passed", I wondered if there had been instances where someone had taken the exam "passed", only for it to be changed to a fail...

    Basically, how much faith can you put in a "preliminary" pass and how it equates to an actual pass.

    Do I need to sweat for another couple of weeks to find out?

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    My preliminary pass on both CISM and CISA turned out to be actual passes. Would be interested in hearing from someone that experienced something different.
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    I suppose I don't understand whether it is a complexity issue in their marking/assessment or whether they are reviewing more factors like whether you cheated, brain dumped etc.

    The waiting is horrible! Just like when it used o be paper based!

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