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Re: [CCCure CISSP] CISSPstudy Digest, Vol 57, Issue 6

Khan M A
Yes, you should be allowed to take a dictionary. It should be an English dictionary and your examiner will check the same before you take in in the exam hall.

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Khan M A - 
CISSP
Bangalore- India


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Hi guys,


Is it possible to use dictionary on exam?



Regards,

Aleksandar
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I'm making the assumption here you mean a foreign language dictionary.  The
answer to that is yes it is, but you need to receive approval at the time
you register to take the exam.  And as I recall depending on the country,
the test center might have to provide the dictionary.  If you are asking
about a dictionary that's the same language as you are taking the exam then
the answer is no.  The test is offered in other languages, do you speak a
language other than one the test is offered in?



 





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Hi guys,



Is it possible to use dictionary on exam?





Regards,

Aleksandar

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