Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) Practice Assessment

Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) Practice Assessment

The Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) Practice Assessment is designed to help you prepare and practice for the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) Assessment

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  1. In the practice assessment there is a question –
    A scrum team uses 2 weeks Sprints and time box their Sprint Planning to 6hours. Does this break the rules or Scrum?
    Option 1 – False
    Option 2 – True

    I personally thought that for 1 month or 4 weeks Sprint if Sprint planning is max 8 hours then for 2 weeks it must be less than 4 hours mathematically. However when I selected Option 2 as my answer it was marked Incorrect. So I wanted to understand does it mean no matter how long the Sprint is Sprint Planning can be up to 8 Hours, even for a 1 week Sprint?

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      Hi Jaydeep,

      The simple answer is yes! The timebox for Sprint Planning is 8 hours regardless of Sprint length. A common but not mandatory practice is to proportionally shorten the events for Sprints shorter than 1 month.

      Simon

  2. Hello

    If this is true what is the difference between the Srpint Review and the Sprint Retrospective

    The purpose of the Sprint Review is…
    Pick 1

    To inspect the outcome of the Sprint and determine future adaptations
    To review the status of the Project
    To check what was done and not done during the Sprint
    To show Stakeholders work that is done and work that is near to completion

    Incorrect
    The purpose of the Sprint Review is to inspect the outcome of the Sprint and determine future adaptations.
    – The Scrum Guide

    Thank you in advance

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      Hi Jose,

      The correct answer is ‘To inspect the outcome of the Sprint and determine future adaptations’ and this was highlighted in the feedback. As it was marked incorrect you must have picked one of the other 3 answers.

      This is correct and the Scrum Guide quote indicates. The major difference between the 2 events is the focus. The Sprint Review is focused on the product. The Sprint Retrospective is focused on the process (used to build the product).

      Simon

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