Shahidul Shuvo Passed CISA Exam From Bangladesh
CISA is one of the most hard to pass and very demand able certification in the world. As the world becomes more technologically advanced across all sectors, CISA professionals are in higher demand to ensure information systems are working properly and aren’t compromised.
This Mr. Shahidul Islam Shuvo from Bangladesh, a talented young IT Engineer. Working a Best Satellite Television Channel (RTV) in Bangladesh.
Shahidul Shuvo passed the “CISA-designation” or “Certified Information Systems Auditor” is one of the most globally recognized certifications in the field of information security and systems. This, plus strict requirements and a difficult to pass exam make it an in-demand certification.
Shuvo Said, “Happy to announce that yesterday I have pass my CISA exam in first attempt at this time I really want to THANK this ISACA community. Every day reading discussions, other participant’s experiences and all different questions which post here really helped me to understand the Audit concepts and more over how to tackle the exam. I will come back again with my exam planning in detail but for now thanks to CISA community you are helping thousands like and other in a great deal.”
Studying for the CISA Exam: How Long Does it Take to Pass?
How long it takes you to study for the CISA Exam well enough to pass on the first attempt depends largely on your experience working in the field. However, that doesn’t mean candidates who have been working in the field for a short time won’t pass the exam; it simply means they may have to put in more time studying.
In general, if you study for 4 to 5 hours a day, you’ll be ready to sit for the exam within 6 months. However, this varies greatly from person to person depending on how well they learn to apply the concepts and if they have any experience in the field. Those with more experience may find they need to study less while those with less experience may take over 2 months.
With this variation from person to person, subjective study time for the exam has to be considered. The good news is, you have 12 months to pass the exam once you register, so you’ll likely have plenty of time to create a consistent study schedule and pass, no matter your work experience.