• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on Scrum Guide https://www.scrum.org )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 60 minutes
  • Number of questions: 80
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance


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PSM 1 - Additional Practice Questions 1

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Who is responsible to ensure that the backlog is visible and understood by other stakeholders. 

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______________ is responsible to make sure that the 'Product Backlog' is kept up to date.

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The Sprint starts with a _______________.

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Development Team members volunteer to own a Sprint Backlog item:

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The Sprint Goal is selected before the Sprint Backlog is created.

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Who is required to attend the Daily Scrum?

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Who should know the most about the progress toward a business objective or a release, and be able to explain the alternatives most clearly?

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Who is on the Scrum Team?

A) Project Manager

B) Project Owner

C) Product Owner

D) Development Team

E) Manager


G) Scrum Master

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When many Scrum Teams are working on a project, what best describes the definition of "done"?

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Each day during the sprint the team has a daily scrum meeting _________________.

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Development Team with __________________ and self-organizing and keeping people informed becomes difficult.

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The correct sequence of events in using Scrum framework is as follows:

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The thinking behind this time-box is that it helps to focus the discussion on the most critical or relevant items.

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What is the maximum time that Scrum recommends the team spend in the daily scrum (daily standup)?

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Whose main responsibility is "maximizing the value of the product and the work of the team". 

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Which statement best describes Scrum?

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Which two are properties of the Daily Scrum? (Choose 2)

A) It is fifteen minutes or less in duration.

B) It is facilitated by the team lead.

C) It consists of the Scrum Master asking the Team members the three questions.

D) Its location and time should remain constant.

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The Scrum Master role is described as a _______________ role. 

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who is part of the the Sprint and iteration Planning Meeting?

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What is the primary responsibility of the Scrum Master?

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A progress is based on observation and experimentation instead of detailed, upfront planning and defined processes. This is called _________________.

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Who determines when it is appropriate to update the Sprint Backlog during a Sprint?

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 The team is able to use the feedback provided by inspection to adjust what they are doing. This is called ____________.

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What is the Release Burndown?

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When is the Sprint Backlog created?

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What happens when all commited itens (requirements) are not completed at the end of the Sprint?

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What is the recommended size for a Development Team?

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The short period during which the team works on a specific goal is called _______________.

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What happens when the Sprint is cancelled?

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Is Scrum Master a "management" position?

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The time-box limit for 1 month Sprint is ______________.

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What is the primary way a Scrum Master keeps a Development Team working at its highest level of productivity?

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Development Team consists of between _______ and ______ people with the skills required to deliver the product. 

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A Scrum development team is  ____________ group. 

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Which three questions are answered by all Development Team members at the Daily Scrum?

A) What work am I going to do today?

B) Why were you late?

C) What impediments are in the way of my accomplishing my work?

D) What work did I do yesterday?

E) How is the Sprint proceeding?

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Who acts as a point of contact between the team and the wider organization.

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Who acts as a mentor or coach for the team. 

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Who determines the business value of each item the team could be working on. 

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Who is responsible to ensure and help the team to understand the scrum process and to ensure that the process is being followed. 

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The team plans any new work or changes of priority at _________________.

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Who is responsible to clarify details as necessary as the team develops the product.

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As the Sprint planning progresses, the workload has grown beyond the development team's capacity. Which action makes most sense for the Team?

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What is the maximum amount of time a sprint retrospective should take?

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On a new Scrum Team, the Development Team tell the Scrum Master that they dont feel the need for retrospectives. which answer is correct:

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Which of these may a Development Team deliver at the end of a Sprint (choose 2)?

A) A single document, if that is what the Product Owner asked for

B) An increment of software with minor known bugs in it

C) Failing unit tests, to identify acceptance tests for the next Sprint

D) An increment of working software that is "done."

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The Sprint period is short because it allows for faster feedback for the team and can restrict changes of scope during the sprint. 

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Who is responsible to ensure and work to remove impediments preventing the team from making progress. 

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The sprint finishes with two events a _____________ and a ________________.

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Who has the authority to cancel a Sprint?

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Product Owner are free to involve the team as much as they want in Scrum process and should take no more than ______ of the rest of the time of the team.

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The Sprint Backlog is owned by?

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Who is responsible for reviewing both the value of the individual items and the ordering or ranking of the backlog items by relative priority. 

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What is the Scrum?

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Which of the following might the Scrum Team discuss during a Sprint Retrospective?

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Everyone knows what is happening and what the results are at each stage. It is called ______________.

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 There is a regular and honest checking of results against predictions. It is called _____________.

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It is a starting structure that is rigid and teams can build on. It is absolute and prescriptive. This is ______________.

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It is the ______________ which decides who works on which tasks and on almost all aspects of how they work to deliver the product.

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In Development Team there are no specific roles relating to skills or experience or business function. Therefore it is ___________________.

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Who defines the Sprint Backlog scope?

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_________________ is the description of what the team aims to achieve during the sprint

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What does the Sprint Backlog consist of?

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Which objectives are covered as part of Sprint Planning?

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he Development Team should have all the skills needed to:

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The Scrum framework (team roles, events, artifacts and rules) captures a valid _____________.

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More than one Scrum Team is working on a single project or release. How should the Product Backlog be arranged?

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When should the Product Owner ship or implement a Sprint increment?

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________________ is the 'working software' at the end of the increment.

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The Product Backlog is mainteined by:

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The most encouraged time of day to hold a Scrum Daily Meeting is:

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_______________ is a core concept in Scrum.

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_________________ may have particular areas of expertise or experience but can work on any task that needs to be done. 

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When many Scrum Teams are working on the same product, should all of their increments be integrated every Sprint?

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Which three activities will a Product Owner likely engage in during a Sprint?

A) Run the daily Scrum

B) Answer questions from the Development Team about items in the current Sprint

C) Update the Sprint burndown chart

D) Work with the stakeholders

E) Prioritize the Development Team's activities.

F) Provide feedback

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__________________ represents the sum of all the product backlog items delivered by the team. 

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______________ and the team may be missing some skills. 

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Who is ultimate responsible for the Product Backlog item estimates?

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Upon what type of process control is Scrum based?

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In ______________ the goals are likely to change during the time the team is working on them.

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What is the major difference between Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog?

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