BYUH Testing Center ISA Exams
If you are taking the ISA exam at the BYUH testing center, click here for more information.
Free Food, Free Certification Test
Once again, in 2005, the IS department is hosting free food and free
- Saturday, Jan 14, 2006, 9:00 to 12:00 Certification Test
(8:30 to 9:00 Breakfast)
Who Can Participate?
You must be an IS Major or an IS Minor or taking an
IS Class to get this deal. Past IS graduates are also
Information Systems Analyst (ISA) Exam
The Information Systems
department at Brigham Young
University Hawaii has adopted the ISA exam as part of its
educational assessment efforts.
The Information Systems Analyst (ISA) Exam is a product of CCER, the Center for Computing
CCER is a division of the ICCP Education
Foundation, which is a part of ICCP, the Institute for the
Certification of Computing Professionals.
BYUH Preparation Instructions
This instructional handout (3p pdf) will help
you set up your account so you can take the ISA Exam. This takes a
few minutes and must be done before the administrator can authorize
you to take the exam. You should do this before the day of
the exam, so it does not cut into your test-taking time.
Create Your ISA Testing Account
*** Note: you are not allowed to create more than one ISA account.
One reason is that it would allow you to take the test more than
once in a 30-day period. Another is that we need all of your scores
to be under the same account. If you forgot your password or the
email address you used to create your first account, please contact
Bro Colton to get your old information. Then log in and update
things that might have changed, such as your email address or last
To create an account, visit http://iseducation.org/. Find
the heading that says ``Don't have a CCER account?'' and click on
the link to create an account.
Please capitalize your name properly. Not "john doe" but "John
If you have not graduated from BYUH, then your proper educational
category is "Undergraduate in progress" (not "Undergraduate
complete".) Undergraduate means you are not in graduate school (for
a PhD or Masters).
After your account is created, there is a separate process where a
faculty member must review your account and mark it as validated.
If we see that you already have an account, we are not allowed to
validate the new one. We have to delete it. You must use the old
CCER's Official ISA Study Guide
then click on 'Exam Review - Question Objectives'
Contact Don Colton for more information.