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PSM-I Practice Assessment

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What are the consequences if the frequency of Daily Scrum is reduced from daily to every third day (choose the best two answers)

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When multiple Scrum Teams are working on the same Product, how should they select the Product Backlog Items within a Sprint?

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What is inspected in the Sprint Review? (select all that is applicable)

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How much work must Developers do to a Product Backlog item selected for a Sprint?

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Product Owner can delegate some of their responsibilities to others. Which of the following the Product Owner cannot delegate to others? (choose the best two answers)l

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How much of the Sprint Backlog must be defined during the Sprint Planning meeting?

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Who crafts the Sprint Goal at the Sprint Planning?

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Who manages and make changes to the Product Backlog during a Sprint?

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What does a Burn-down Chart show?

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Which of these are the artifacts in Scrum? (choose all that apply)

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What sizing technique does a Scrum Master recommend to the Product Owner?

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How can we identify a Scrum Team to be cross-functional?

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The Product Owner is having difficulties managing the Product Backlog. How can a Scrum Mater help the PO in this case?

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Which statement about the Sprint Review is correct? (choose the best answer)

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What should a Scrum Master do when Developers have decided that a Scrum Retrospective is unnecessary?

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Which three statements about Scrum are true? (choose the best three answers)

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As a Scrum Master, how will you divide a group of 100 people into Scrum Teams?

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Who are the attendees of a Sprint Review?

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Which statement best describes Scrum?

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What is the timebox for the Sprint Review meeting?

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When does a Product Owner participate in the Daily Scrum?

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Why does a Daily Scrum take place at the same time and place?

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Developers are unsure how much of the Sprint Backlog be defined during the Sprint Planning meeting. What advise will you give as a Scrum Master?

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In the middle of Sprint, Developers realize they don't have the tools and infrastructure to completely finish each selected Product Backlog Item? What should a Scrum Master do? (choose the best two answers)

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What happens to the NFRs (non-functional requirements) within Sprint?

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What should the Scrum Master to when the Product Owner and Developers are not collaborating throughout the Sprint? (choose the best two answers)

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What are two responsibilities of testers in a Scrum Team? (choose the best two answers)

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When does the Sprint get over? (choose the best two answers)

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The Scrum Master is accountable for the effectiveness of the Scrum Team. What two ways can a Scrum Master make a Scrum Team effective? (choose the best two answers)

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What is adapted in the Sprint Planning?

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What are the characteristics of a Scrum Team? (choose the best two answers)

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What will happen if a new developer is added to an existing Scrum Team?

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Who attends Daily Scrum?

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Within a few days of starting the Sprint, Developers realize they have selected too much work. What is the most appropriate action that a Scrum Master recommend?

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A Developer identifies a potential data security risk and informs the Scrum Master. What action should the Scrum Master recommend?

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Who is accountable for crafting the Product Goal?

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What activities would a Scrum Team perform in between the end of the current Sprint and the start of the next Sprint?

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What activities would a Product Owner do during an active Sprint? (select all that is applicable)

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What is the outcome of the Sprint Retrospective?

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What is presented in a Sprint Review?

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What should be done with a Product Backlog item which is not done by the end of the Sprint?

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Who is accountable to ensure that the Sprint Planning meeting attendees are prepared to discuss the most important Product Backlog items and how they map to the Product Goal?

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The Sprint Retrospective is an opportunity for the Scrum Team to discuss: (Select all that is applicable.)

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During a Sprint Retrospective, what happens to the improvement items identified?

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Who manages and updates the Sprint Backlog during a Sprint?

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When must an increment be available, as per the Scrum Guide?

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How often should the Scrum Team membership change?

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What is the primary responsibility of the Scrum Master during the Daily Scrum?

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What should a Scrum Master focus on that would probably help the newly formed Scrum Team get started? (choose the best two answers)

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What should the Scrum Master suggest to a developer who identifies data security Issues within the product?

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When might a Sprint be abnormally terminated?

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What enhances the transparency of an increment?

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A team is considered cross-functional when:

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A Product Owner new to the organization enquires on agenda for Sprint 0. As a Scrum Master, how will you respond?

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What should the Scrum Master do during the Daily Scrum?

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What does it mean when an event is considered timeboxed?

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"Hardening" Sprint is meant to remove all technical debt and prepare the Product for upcoming release.

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What does it mean when an event is considered timeboxed?

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When is it most appropriate for Scrum Team to update the Definition of "Done"?

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When does the Sprint Retrospective occur?

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Who is accountable for creating the increment every Sprint?

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During one of the Sprint Reviews, a stakeholder was upset with the quality and cost of the Product being built? What could be the possible reason for this?

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Who is responsible for ensuring that the work done on a Product Backlog Item meets the Definition of Done?

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Who conforms to the Definition of Done?

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What should Developers do in case a Product Owner is not available for Scrum events and not supportive enough for Developers?

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What is the timebox for the Daily Scrum meeting?

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Which statement best describes the Product Backlog?

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Who is responsible for starting the Daily Scrum?

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What is the timebox for the Sprint Retrospective meeting?

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Who has the best visibility on progress of work toward the Sprint Goal?

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When is the initial Sprint Backlog formed?

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During the Sprint (choose the best three answers)

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How much of the Sprint Backlog must be defined during the Sprint Planning meeting?

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If five new Scrum Teams were to work on one product, which of the statements are valid?

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What is the timebox for the Sprint Planning meeting?

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What best describes the agenda of the Sprint Planning?

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What is the primary responsibility of a Scrum Master? (select all that is applicable)

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What factors should a Product Owner consider while ordering the Product Backlog? (select 2 answers)

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What happens if the forecasted items are not completed by the end of the Sprint?

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Which statements best describes the Definition of Done? (choose the best three answers)

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Take this quiz and see how well you understand the OKR framework

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Which of the following is an example of a well-defined objective in OKR?

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Sarah is a team lead and wants to set OKRs for her team. What is the recommended number of Objectives she should set?

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In OKR, what is the typical time frame for setting Objectives?

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True or False: OKR should be aligned from top to bottom.

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What is the primary purpose of conducting a weekly check-in meeting in OKR?

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Which of the following statements best describes the concept of stretch goals in OKR?

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How frequently should progress on Key Results be updated in OKR?

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In OKR, what is the purpose of setting aspirational objectives?

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True or False: OKRs are primarily used for performance evaluation and determining individual bonuses.

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How can OKRs help with alignment in an organization?

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What is the recommended level of transparency in OKR?

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In OKR, what is the purpose of tracking progress on Key Results?

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True or False: OKR is a static goal-setting framework that doesn't allow for adjustments or revisions throughout the quarter.

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What is a Key Result in OKR?

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What is the purpose of OKRs?

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