The CISA certification was developed to assess an individual's information system assurance experience specific to information security situations. Earning the CISA designation distinguishes you as a qualified information systems assurance and control professional with experience and knowledge assessing information security policies, procedures and controls implemented by an enterprise.
ISACA has prepared the CISA self-assessment to help CISA exam candidates assess their knowledge of the CISA job practice areas and determine in which areas they may have strengths and weaknesses. This self-assessment contains 50 sample items covering the appropriate proportion of subject matter to match the CISA exam blueprint. The items are not actual CISA exam items, but are items developed by subject matter experts in compliance with the CISA item writing guidelines and are meant to provide the exam taker with a sample of what the type of questions that might appear on the exam. Note that this self-assessment is not a substitute for the actual exam, nor does the result of the self-assessment test guarantee or indicate future individual success. For additional exam detail coverage, review each area's task and knowledge statements.
This 50 question self-assessment is one of many tools that you can use to help prepare for the CISA exam.