PSM 1 – Additional Practice Questions 2

  • Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on Scrum Guide )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 40 minutes
  • Number of questions: 49
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance

You have 40 minutes to pass the Assessment Test.

PSM 1 - Additional Practice Questions 2

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 ______________is a list of items that the team has committed to working on and delivering during the Sprint

2 / 49

The discussion with stakeholders and the chance to adapt the product backlog is a vital a part of the ________________.

3 / 49

This meeting is about 'walking the board' rather than having individuals report progress.

4 / 49

Sprint Retrospective is time-box for _________ hours for a 1 month Sprint.

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The goal of the Daily Scrum meeting is __________________________.

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When the team inspect and adapt the ongoing work of the sprint during the daily Scrum will result in _______________.

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When does Scrum team membership change?

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Which of the below are main Scrum roles in a Scrum Team?

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Who is invited to the Sprint Review meeting?

A) Product Owner

B) Development Team

C) Stakeholders

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Who is responsible for conducting the Sprint Retrospective meeting?

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Stakeholders and the development team review and update the product backlog. The revised backlog becomes the starting point for planning the next sprint. This is done as part of ________________.

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The Development team creates a plan for how they are going to improve things for the next Sprint, this is done as part of ____________.

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When does the Sprint Review happens _______________.

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Since the time for the Scrum Meeting is so tight therefore the meeting is focused it needs constraining to only the people doing the work. 

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When does it gives the whole team a chance to communicate, to consider their progress, and to adapt what they are doing.

16 / 49

Scrum owner does not run the Scrum.

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The Scrum Master has these responsibilities:

A) They make sure the meeting happens.

B) They make sure that no-one who is not part of the team attends.

C) They help the team learn to keep the discussion to the 15 minutes.

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The transparency and inspection of:

  • What happened yesterday?
  • What is the plan for today?
  • Are there any impediments / blockers?

is part of ___________________.

19 / 49

Who is responsible to answer any new questions the team may have?

20 / 49

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

21 / 49

The __________Team

  • Understand what they are planning to deliver.
  • They can explain how they plan to deliver a working product increment.


22 / 49

The Time-Box limit for a 1 month Sprint is______.

23 / 49

What is the Time-box for the Sprint Retrospective?

24 / 49

Scheduling the Daily Scrum meeting is the responsibility of ________________.

25 / 49

  • What have we delivered so far?
  • What is still to be done?

These two inputs helps the team decide_____________________.

26 / 49

Can the team add or remove items from the product backlog into a backlog for the sprint to satisfy the Sprint Goal?

27 / 49

Which statement is an incorrect assessment of the Product Owner?

28 / 49

A) The Team demonstrate the new increment to stakeholders and get their feedback.

B) The team can highlight any new features and show how they relate to the product backlog items.

These tasks are done as part of _________________.

29 / 49

Who is responsible to ensure increment meets the Sprint Goal and delivers the capabilities of the Product Backlog items in scope.

30 / 49

  • What have we delivered so far?
  • What is still to be done?

These two things helps the team in ______________ aim for the next Sprint. 

31 / 49

What is the output of a Sprint Retrospective?

A) An improvement plan

B) How they completed the work over the last Sprint

C) What went well and where there are areas of improvement

32 / 49

The Daily Scrum Meeting:

A) Focusing on the items re-enforces that the team owns all the items.

B) Makes sure the team considers all the items.

C) Collaboration and support should be a strength of a motivated team.

D) Focusing on the result by the whole team gives this an appropriate importance and value.

33 / 49

How much work must a Scrum Team do to a Product Backlog it selects for a Sprint?

34 / 49

The work needed to review and update the Scrum Artifacts should take no more than about _____ of the effort of the team.

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The Development team response to what have we delivered so far is referring to __________________.

36 / 49

Who must conform to the definition of done?

37 / 49

Who in collaboration with the team, refines the backlog on a continual basis. 

38 / 49

Based on the sprint goal and who is available to deliver it the team can then decide how much to take on. 

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What is still to be done is referring to ___________________.

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Backlog items cannot be more complex or should not have other dependencies. 

41 / 49

During a Sprint, when is new work or further decomposition of work added to the Sprint Backlog?

42 / 49

What are the outputs of the Sprint Review process?

A) Feedback from Stakeholders

B) A revised Product Backlog

C) New Product Increment

D) The Sprint Backlog

43 / 49

Daily Scrum meeting is a time-box meeting scheduled for ____________.

44 / 49

Which topics should be discussed in the Sprint Review?

45 / 49

___________is the plan how the team will deliver as part of their Sprint Goal.

46 / 49

Setting up the  ______________ meeting for the same time and place each day makes it as easy as possible for everyone in the team to plan to attend. 

47 / 49

What are the inputs to the Sprint Retrospective meeting?

A) Previous improvement actions

B) The Product Backlog

C) The Sprint Backlog

D) Any tracking metrics or notes gathered during the sprint

48 / 49

The adjusting part to the Scrum is something that the relevant smaller sub-groups can discuss after the scrum meeting.

49 / 49

The Development team cannot prioritize, scope or descope work from the sprint.

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The average score is 69%


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