The Scrum.org Professional Scrum Developer I (PSD I) assessment is a 60 minute time boxed assessment where you’ll answer 80 questions (in English) of multiple choice type, very similar in style to the Scrum Developer Open assessment.
You get one attempt and you decide when and where to take it. There’s no expiration date. You are not required to attend an assessment centre and can take it from the comfort of your own home.
Further details on what to expect from the assessment can be found on the Scrum.org PSD I assessment page.
Here are some tips on taking (and passing) the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Developer I (PSD I) assessment and gaining certification:
- Ideally, attend a Scrum.org Professional Scrum Developer course and read back over the course notes
- Read the Scrum Guide and get really familiar with it. This is the primary source of all answers for the assessment
- Review the tips on the Scrum.org website
- Review the relevant posts on the Scrum.org forums
- Read some of these suggested Scrum books
- Review the Scrum glossary and the PSD glossary for quick definitions of key terms
- Take the Scrum Open assessment until you can do it fast and score near to 100% 3 times in a row.
- Take the Scrum Developer Open assessment a few times until you can do it fast and score near to 100% 3 times in a row.
- You do not need to do the Product Owner Open or the Nexus Open as these are intended as preparation for other assessments.
- Take my Professional Scrum Developer Practice Assessment. This offers different questions to the Scrum.org Open assessments so is an additional opportunity to test your knowledge in advance of sitting the real assessment.
- Contact me with your questions. I like it when you do!
When you are ready to take the assessment for real:
- Use the link in the email you will have received from Scrum.org
- Have the Scrum guide, the Scrum Glossary and the PSD Glossary to to hand and use them to look up anything you need,
- Don’t spend too long on each question. If unsure of an answer, note down the question number and move on. Completing all the questions in the time box can be challenging.
- Come back to the hard questions at the end and use your time to think them over.
- Google the question if unsure, but be careful as this takes time and there are lots of unreliable sources out there.
- If time permits, check all your answers before the end.
You can resit the assessment if you need to, but you will need to purchase another attempt from Scrum.org.
I hope this information will help you to pass. Let me know how you get on via the comments below and good luck!
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