• 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

You have 1 hours to pass the Assessment Test.


Scrum Master (PSM 1) - Full Practice Assessment 2 - Advance

1 / 70

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

2 / 70

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

3 / 70

Who defines the Sprint Backlog scope?

4 / 70

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

5 / 70

Who is required to attend the Daily Scrum?

6 / 70

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

7 / 70

Who is ultimate responsible for the Product Backlog item estimates?

8 / 70

What is the Scrum?

9 / 70

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

10 / 70

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

11 / 70

Who has the authority to cancel a Sprint?

12 / 70

What happens when the Sprint is cancelled?

13 / 70

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

14 / 70

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

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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.

16 / 70

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

17 / 70

What is the primary objective of the daily scrum?

18 / 70

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

19 / 70

According to Scrum, the amount of time for a team to plan Sprint activities is expressed in what unit of time?

20 / 70

A product Increment must be released to production at the end of each Sprint.

21 / 70

Is Scrum Master a "management" position?

22 / 70

Which of the following is not a Scrum Master responsibility?

23 / 70

How many hours per day should a person on a Scrum team work?

24 / 70

The Development Team should have all the skills needed to:

25 / 70

Which of the following is not reflected in a Sprint Burndown Chart?

26 / 70

What artifact shows actual versus planned progress?

27 / 70

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

28 / 70

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?

29 / 70

The Product Backlog is mainteined by:

30 / 70

Which statement best describes what it means for an activity to be time-boxed?

31 / 70

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

32 / 70

How could the team and other stakeholders know if a product backlog item is done?

33 / 70

What does the Sprint Backlog consist of?

34 / 70

Under what circumstances should the Product Backlog be reprioritized?

35 / 70

The Sprint Backlog is owned by?

36 / 70

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

37 / 70

Development Team members volunteer to own a Sprint Backlog item:

38 / 70

Which statement below best describes the primary objective of the Sprint Retrospective?

39 / 70

What is the recommended size for a Development Team?

40 / 70

Upon what type of process control is Scrum based?

41 / 70

Which objectives are covered as part of Sprint Planning?

42 / 70

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

43 / 70

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

44 / 70

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

45 / 70

What is the maximum duration of each Sprint planning meeting section?

46 / 70

When is the Sprint Backlog created?

47 / 70

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

48 / 70

Which statement best describes Scrum?

49 / 70

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

50 / 70

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."

51 / 70

Who is on the Scrum Team?

A) Project Manager

B) Project Owner

C) Product Owner

D) Development Team

E) Manager

F) CEO

G) Scrum Master

52 / 70

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

53 / 70

You are the Scrum Master and your Development Team of 6 members has completed six Sprints with the following information:

Sprint 1: 10 points

Sprint 2: 11 points

Sprint 3: 15 points

Sprint 4: 14 points

Sprint 5: 15 points

Sprint 6: 10 points

The remaining story points for product development total 42. What is the approximate number of Sprint required to complete product development?

54 / 70

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

55 / 70

The team updates ___________ every day so it offers a transparent real-time view progress.

56 / 70

Which of the following is reflected in a Sprint Burndown Chart?

57 / 70

Which statement below best describes the primary objective of the Sprint Review?

58 / 70

You are the Scrum Master and the very first Sprint will complete in 5 days. You are creating a meeting invite for the Sprint Review to demo the items completed in the Sprint. Who should you invite as a required attendee to the Sprint Review?

1. Product Owner(s)

2. Development Team

3. Business Users

59 / 70

What is the Release Burndown?

60 / 70

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

61 / 70

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

62 / 70

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

63 / 70

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

64 / 70

From the activities given, which is the latest step in sequence of the Scrum framework?

65 / 70

A Scrum Master is keeping a list of open impediments, but it is growing and he/she has been able to resolve only a small portion of the impediments. Which three techniques would be most helpful in this situation? (Choose three.)

A. Consulting with the Development Team.
B. Prioritizingthelistandworkingontheminorder.
C. Arranging a triage meeting with all project managers.
D. Alerting management to the impediments and their impact.

66 / 70

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

67 / 70

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

68 / 70

Wich of the following is NOT part of the Sprint?

69 / 70

You are the Scrum Master. The Sprint will complete in two days. Each day of the Sprint is equivalent to 8 hours. The team has just enough time to complete all tasks in the remaining 16 hours with the exception of three tasks. Of these three tasks, two tasks (a total of 6 hours) are required to complete one Product Backlog item and one task (an estimate of 2 hours) is required to complete another Product Backlog item. How should the development team handle the remaining three tasks?

70 / 70

What is the primary responsibility of the Scrum Master?

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