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Smoove333, the best way to prepare for these exams is to pay attention to what is going on around you each and every day. You should be learning from each and every person that you come into contact with. You either learn how to do things, or how not to. I am living proof of that. I am a self taught computer geek who went on to get a CISSP, a CHP, a CHSS, a certificate as an Certified Health Informatics Technician, a HITPro certification as an Clinician / Practitioner consultant, and HITPro certification as an Technical/Software Support Staff. Started at the bottom, and am proud to say that I am now a Chief Security Officer and Senior Project Manager. Just keep studying and reading. Believe it or not, but my best source of study guide for the CISSP exam was the CISSP for dummies book.