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PSPO-I Practice Assessment

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During the ongoing Sprint, Developers find out that they may not be able to complete everything they forecasted, and discussed this with their Product Owner. What would be the Product Owner’s response?

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What does the "cone of uncertainty" signify?

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A product's success is measured by: (choose the best three answers)

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Who can do the work to ensure the Product Backlog is refined to a state that it is useful?

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Who creates the Definition of Done?

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In order to start the first Sprint, Scrum only requires a Product Owner with enough ideas, Developers to execute on those ideas, and a Scrum Master to guide the process.

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Which metrics will help a Product Owner establish that value is being delivered? (Choose the best 2 options)

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Which two ways of creating Developers are consistent with Scrum’s values?(Choose the best 2 options)

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When multiple Scrum Teams are working on the same product, should they integrate all their work into a single functional increment every Sprint?

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What could the likely causes when the Sprint Planning meetings are always going beyond the time-box?(Choose the best two answers)

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When should User Acceptance Testing be done?

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Which event is the most appropriate for reviewing or updating the Definition of Done?

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Which description best fits the role of the Product Owner?

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The Scrum Master can cancel the Sprint Planning if the PO is not ready with a Sprint Goal. Is this true or false?

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What should happen to the "Done" Product Backlog items when the Sprint is cancelled?

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What is the role of the Product Owner in crafting a Sprint Goal?

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What activities does a Product Owner engage in during a Sprint?(Choose the best two answers)

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Which two of the following practices are mandatory in Scrum?

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What does a trendline through a release burndown chart indicate?

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Why does Scrum recommend only one Product Owner per product? (Choose the best two answers)

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A Project Manager working with the Product Owner has raised concerns about progress and money spent. What are the two best responses appropriate for a Product Owner?(Choose the best 2 options)

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When multiple Scrum Teams are working on same project, what best describes the Definition of Done?

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Which three of the following statements are true about Scrum? (Choose the best 2 options)

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Which technique is mandatory for a Product owner to use within Scrum: (Choose all that apply)

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Is it mandatory to release a product increment to production at the end of each Sprint?

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Which statement is true for five Scrum Teams working on one product?


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How often should the Developers change within the Scrum Team?

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Why should the Product Owner need to care about Developers adhering to the Definition of Done? (Choose the best two answers)

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What are Product Backlog characteristics? (Choose the best three answers)

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Which of the following statements is false?

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Which metrics will help a Product Owner establish that value is being delivered?(Choose all that applies)

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What two phrases best describe the relationship of the Product Owner and the Developers? (Choose the best 2 options)

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Who should do the legwork of gathering the marketplace data for the Product Owner?

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What is the Product Owner accountable for in Scrum?

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The best way to keep the customer satisfied is?

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How does a Scrum team effectively ensure that security concerns are satisfied? (Choose the best two answers)

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How detailed should a Sprint Backlog be? Detailed enough for …

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Who is responsible for collaborating with the Stakeholders?

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What presents the Scrum team as self-managing? (Choose the best three answers)

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During the Sprint Planning, who defines the Sprint Goal?

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Should all interactions between the stakeholders and the Developers be through the Product Owner only?

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What activities are typically performed by a Product Owner between the end of the current Sprint and the start of the next Sprint?

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 Scrum Teams working on the same product must have their Sprints start and end at the same time.

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What happens during the Sprint? (Select three answers)

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How should the Product Owner respond to a customer who wants new features to considered in the middle of an ongoing Sprint? (Choose the best 2 options)

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What practice would help the Product owner minimize the waste in developing and sustaining the Product Backlog?

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What purpose does the Definition of Done serve for the Scrum Team? (Choose the best three answers).

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What factors should a Product Owner consider when ordering items in the Product Backlog? (Choose all that apply)

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What best describe the relationship of the Product Owner and the Developers? (Select two options)

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Which statements are valid for a Scrum Teams working on three different product?

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What factors might a Product Owner consider to ensure the product delivers value? (Choose the best 2 options)

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Who identifies the Key Stakeholders for the Product?

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Which statements are true?(Choose the best 2 options)

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What should the Scrum Master do in case the Product Owner does not spend sufficient time with the Scrum Team?(Choose the best two answers)

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What should the Scrum Master do in case the Product Owner does not spend sufficient time with the Scrum Team?(Choose the best two answers)

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What happens when all Product Backlog items for the Sprint are completed early?

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What should the developers do when a Customer Delivery Manager put pressure on the developers to pick up an urgent work in the middle of an ongoing Sprint?

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

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All work that the Developers plan to deliver in a Sprint originates from the Product Backlog.

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What should the Product Owner do when the Product Backlog is not refined enough before the Sprint Planning?

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Which statement is true about a Product Backlog?

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How should multiple Scrum Teams, working on the same product, manage their Definition of Done?

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Which factors are considered by a Product Owner while ordering the Product Backlog?

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How can Product Backlog Items be represented?

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If three Scrum teams are working on the same Product, is it mandatory to have all of their Increments be integrated every Sprint?

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Who is accountable for estimating the size of the Product Backlog items?

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If the Developers determine they cannot finish the complete forecast, who all should discuss and renegotiate the scope to meet the Sprint Goal?

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What are two ways in which the Product Owner takes the lead in the inspection process? (Choose the best 2 options)

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What are the accountabilities within a Scrum Team?

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What needs to be in place for the Sprint Planning meeting to begin?

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What helps maximize transparency of the Product Backlog? (Choose the best option)

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Who can bypass the Product Owner's authority to change and update the Product Backlog?

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What are the attributes of a cross-functional Scrum Team?

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Is it a bad idea to change Product Vision before the next Product Release?


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How much work must the Developers do to a Product Backlog item they select for a Sprint?

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Who must get feedback from the Key Stakeholders at the Sprint Review?

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Which two statements are correct about non-functional requirements?

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What are two responsibilities of testers within a Scrum Team?(Choose 2 answers)

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At the end of the Sprint, what should be done with the item which is not complete?

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When is the Scrum Team allowed to interact with the Key Stakeholders (select the most applicable option)?

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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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