PSM-I Practice Exam Question 1. Who creates the Definition of Done? (Choose 1)The DevelopersProduct OwnerScrum MasterScrum team 2. Market changes and its impact on the Product Backlog can be discussed during the Sprint Review?TrueFalse 3. During the Sprint Review Scrum Team must demonstrate the work completed in the previous sprint?TrueFalse 4. The Developers in Scrum Team are accountable for (Choose 2) Holding each other accountable Creating conflict Delivery of a "Done" increment that meets their Definition of Done Providing status update during the daily stand-up call Committing to Sprint Backlog and delivering that by end of Sprint 5. Scrum Master is accountable for (Choose 1)Managing the performance of the scrum teamThe meetings and the objectives that a scrum team sets for itselfThe scrum Framework being adopted and used properlyKeeping track of resource allocation 6. The Sprint ends when: (Choose 1)All the stories of the Sprint are completedWhen timebox expiresWhen Scrum Master says it’s DONEWhen it’s marked as done in the tool (JIRA, ADO) 7. During Sprint retrospective, the Scrum team discuss (Choose 1)Any changes to be made in the Definition of “Done”Technology or skill improvementsPeople and communication channelsImprovements in the process or the way they action the evetsAll of the Above 8. The Scrum is: (Choose 3) A Framework to solve complex problems Each element of scrum has specific purpose and is essential to scrum success Scrum is based on empiricism A traditional process with Scrum Master to replace Project Managers Scrum is a methodology 9. Developers best structured themselves in order to create an integrated DONE increment by (Choose 1)Working only on one technical layer (like UI, DB, middle tier, API)They develop functionality end to end through all the technical, no-technical layers 10. What is the immediate impact of adding more members to the developers or adding more Scrum teams to the Product? (Choose 1)The productivity is likely to decreaseThe productivity is likely to increaseNo impact on productivity 11. The Sprint may include (Choose 1)Functional TestsUser StoriesStory tasksFeaturesAny of the above mentioned as a decomposition of PBIs 12. Who are the participants of Sprint planning event? (Choose 1)StakeholdersScrum teamsProject ManagerProduct Owner and Developers only 13. Who is responsible for tracking the progress of product level goals? (Choose 1)Product ManagerProduct OwnerDevelopersProject MangerProduct Owner and Scrum MasterBusiness Analyst and Product Owner 14. When a Product Owner or Scrum Master participate in Daily Scrum? (Choose 1)When Scrum team raises impedimentsWhen Product Owner and Scrum Master wantsProduct Owner and Scrum Master must participate in Daily ScrumWhen Product Owner or Scrum Master are also playing the role of a developer in the Scrum team 15. Following are the timebox events in Scrum (Select 3) Release Planning Product Backlog Refinement Daily Scrum Sprint Planning Triage-call Sprint Review 16. Who in Scrum team can Cancel a Sprint abnormally? (Choose 1)Business AnalystProduct OwnerScrum TeamDevelopersScrum Master 17. Product Backlog management include? (Select 3) Assigning the Product Backlog items into the Sprint Backlog Ordering Product Backlog Items to best achieve Product goal Product Backlog is transparent, and clear to all, and shows what the Scrum Team will work on next Optimizing the value of the work the Development Team performs Presenting Product Backlog items to the Key Stakeholders 18. When Scrum teams inspect and adapt artifacts and progress towards a Sprint Goal (Choose 1)FrequentlyFortnightlyQuarterlyDuring each milestone 19. The increment can be described as: (Choose 1)A new functionality in the Product that is not tested yetNew usable and DONE features in the product built on the features delivered in previous sprintsA detailed design of everything forecasted for the current SprintA User Interface for the features those were delivered in the previous sprint 20. The Daily Scrum is timeboxed to: (Choose 1)30 mins for first few sprints and 15 mins after that15 Mins45 MinsAs much time as Scrum team decides 21. Scrum has a role The Project ManagerTrueFalse 22. Who in Scrum Team is responsible for expressing the Product Backlog Items? (Choose 1)Business AnalystThe Scrum MasterThe Product OwnerAnyone from the developers 23. Who in Scrum Team is responsible for writing the Product Backlog Items (User Stories)? (Choose 1)Scrum MasterProject ManagerProduct Owner or Whosoever Product Owner delegate toSr. Technical Members 24. Which statement is true about Product Backlog? (Choose 2) It evolves as more is learned about the Product It’s a single source of requirements for the developers to pull the work from It’s a complete list of requirements and tasks to complete It is list of only functional requirements Product Backlog doesn’t contain experiments and POC related requirements 25. Tracking the work in sprint is the responsibility of? (Choose 1)Scrum MasterBusiness AnalystDevelopersProject Manager 26. What does it mean to say that an event has a timebox? (Choose 1)The event can take no more than a maximum amount of timeThe event must take at least a minimum amount of timeThe Event must happen by a given timeThe event must happen at a set time 27. The recommended size of the Scrum Team is: (Choose 1)8 or fewer than 810 or fewer than 106 to 7 onlyMinimum 5 28. Who in Scrum team can abnormally terminate the Sprint? (Choose 1)The StakeholdersThe Product OwnerScrum MasterProject Director 29. The purpose of each sprint is: (Choose 2) Create at least one piece of business functionality that can attract feedback Refine the Product Backlog Items for the upcoming sprint Creating a potentially releasable increment of the Product Ensuring everyone in the Scrum Team is working their tasks 30. Multiple teams who are working on the same Product must have the same cadences?TrueFalse 31. The Definition of Done is inspected and adapted during? (Choose 1)Sprint planningRelease PlanningProject Kick-offSprint RetrospectiveDaily Scrum 32. Sprint length can be extended temporarily to accommodate the ad Hoch requests or the undone work?TrueFalse 33. The time-boxed events in scrum are: (Choose 4) Release planning User Acceptance testing Daily Scrum Sprint Review Sprint Planning Product Backlog Refinement/grooming Sprint Retrospective 34. What gets covered during the Sprint Planning? (Choose 1)How the Product is getting impacted with the change in the market conditionsWhy to do the Sprint, What should be done, and How to do it.Who will do what part of the SprintWhat went wrong with the previous deliverables of the Sprint 35. What all can be included in the Sprint backlog? (Choose what applies) User Stories Defects Tasks Non-Functional requirements 36. Which following statements are true?For one Product, there is one Product Owner and one Product BacklogEach team working on the same Product must have their own Product BacklogEach team working on the same Product must have their Sprint BacklogThe Definition of DONE and Acceptance Criteria are same 37. Due to non-availability of a few of Scrum team members, the Sprint Retrospective can be conducted in the next sprint?TrueFalse 38. The increment of the Sprint must be released to the Production by end of each sprint?TrueFalse 39. Who owns the Sprint backlog and takes the call to update it? (Choose 1)The DevelopersScrum teamScrum MasterProject ManagerProduct Owner 40. The Sprint review is: (Choose 1)Opportune time for Scrum team to inspect the increment with Stakeholders for the potential feedbackTime to appreciate Developer work2 Hours timeboxed event for the 2-week SprintDemo of the Developers work to Product Owner 41. Developers in support with Scrum Master can take a call to cancel the Sprint?TrueFalse 42. Only Product Owner can take the decision to cancel a SprintTrueFalse 43. What NOT to discuss in the Sprint Retrospective? (Choose 2) Definition of DONE Sprint backlog for the upcoming Sprints Process improvements Team Collaboration and relation Estimating current PBIs in the Product backlog 44. In what scenarios a Product Owner can abnormally terminate the Sprint? (Choose 1)When there is too much work in the SprintWhen Scrum master is on holidayWhen Stakeholders find new opportunity in the marketWhen a Sprint goal is no more valid for the Sprint 45. The time-box for the Sprint Planning meeting is? (Choose 1)8 Hours for a monthly Sprint6 Hours for Monthly4 Hours for a 2-week SprintWhatever time a Scrum Team decides 46. What are the Scrum values? (Choose 3) Focus Transparency Earned Value Inspection Adaptation Courage Commitment 47. The acceptance criteria and Definition of DONE are both same?TrueFalse 48. What is the immediate impact on the productivity of a Scrum team by adding more members to it? (Choose1)Productivity will likely be sameThe Productivity is likely to decrease initially and may increase laterThe Productivity of the Scrum team will increaseScrum forbids the concept of Productivity of the team 49. The Scrum Master ______ (Choose 2) Assigns the tasks to the Developers and then track them for the reporting Teach and ensures the timeboxing of the various events in Sprint Presenting to the stakeholders during review on what has been completed and what is pending Updates the tools for drive the progress reports (like burndown and release burndown charts) The Scrum Master helps those outside the team interact with the Scrum Team 50. Who creates the Definition of Done? (Choose 1)DevelopersProduct OwnerScrum MasterScrum team 51. The Product backlog may include (Choose 1)User storiesFeaturesDefectsExperimentsCapabilitiesAll of the aboveNone of the Above 52. The Sprint backlog may include (Choose 1)User storiesFeaturesDefectsExperimentsCapabilitiesAll of the aboveNone of the Above 53. The adaptation for the Sprint planning is (Choose 1)Definition of Done, Committed Sprint Backlog and Sprint GoalUncommitted Sprint Backlog and Uncommitted Sprint GoalCommitted Product Backlog Items and Uncommitted Sprint GoalSprint Goal, forecasted Product Backlog Items and a Plan to deliver them (Sprint Backlog)Definition of Done 54. How much time is required after a Sprint to prepare for the next Sprint? (Choose 1)Enough time for the requirements to be determined and documented.The break between Sprints is time-boxed to 1 week for 30-day Sprints, and usually less for shorter sprints.None. A new Sprint starts immediately following the end of the previous Sprint.Enough time for the developers to finish the testing from the last SprintAll of the above are allowed depending on the situation. 55. Product Owner is (Choose 2) Accountable for Value maximization of the work done by the developers Is one person A committee A traditional Project manager 56. What is the best suited structure for Development Teams in order to produce integrated Increments? (Choose 1)Each Development Team develops functionality from beginning to end throughout all technical layers.Each Development Team works only on one technical layer of the system (e.g. GUI, database, middle tier, interfaces). 57. Daily Scrum is started by (Choose 1)Anyone from the developersScrum MasterProduct OwnerPerson who missed the last Daily Scrum Time is Up! 2021-05-18T12:16:44+05:30March 31st, 2021|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! facebooktwitterlinkedinwhatsapp Sign up for the Newsletter Stay updated with the latest Agile & Scrum trends. Leave this field empty if you're human: Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.