Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II) Practice Assessment

Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II) Practice Assessment

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

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    1. mm Post
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      1. Sure, that’s the right approach 🙂 I am going to take the PSM II assesment soon so I will definitely monitor this post.

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  1. Simon is Brazilian and would like to know how to buy your full ratings for PSM II? I tried to find it on your site, but I did not find it. I have never found the material to study too and need help. I will do this test soon. Would you help me?

    1. mm Post
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      Hi Adelmo,

      The only way to get the official course materials is to attend a Scrum.org course.

      All my practice assessment materials are available on this site and most are free.

      Regards

      Simon

  2. Hi Simon

    Thanks for this short test to prepare for the PSM II. But actually I quarrel with one question respectively the answer. It is the question about the refinement and how much time it should take. You have my email. Lets continue with that channel before we discuss the answers for all the people who want to use the questions to prepare. 😉

    Thanks and best regards
    Benjamin

    1. mm Post
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      1. As per Scrum.org, It states that refinement usually consumes no more than 10% of the capacity of development team. So this could be true.

        On contrary to that, there is another point as “Up to 10% of the capacity of the Development Team in a typical Sprint, but as much as 90% in early Sprints” – This could be true as well.

        But As far as I see, it states none of the answer is correct in this assessment.

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  3. Hi Simon,

    Thanks for the nice practice test. It would be really great if you share a few more questions.

    Thanks in advance.

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  4. Hi Simon,

    Thanks for the practice assessment, it’s very helpful. There is one question I have doubt, see below. Why a scrum master ‘challenge the distributed nature of the team’? Isn’t it very common to have a distributed team? I first exclude this option when I did the test.
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    A Development Team has members working from globally distributed locations. Conducting the Scrum events via a conference call is proving difficult and an impediment to the Development Team self-organising. As Scrum Master, you have raised this in the Sprint Retrospective

    Which two are the most appropriate things to do?

    Choose 2 answers

    A. Have the developers discuss, choose and introduce suitable communication tools
    B. Wait for the Development Team to choose and implement a solution
    C. Introduce the tools in use elsewhere in the organisation that have helped other teams
    D. Raise the impediment to management and challenge the distributed nature of the team
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    Looking forward to your reply.
    Thanks and best regards.

    Xiaojing

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      Hi Xiaojing,

      A distributed team isn’t by default a problem. However, in this scenario, an aspect of it has become an impediment. Should the Development Team live with such impediments?

      I hope that helps clarify.

      Regards

      Simon

      1. Hi Simon,

        Thank you for your quick response. I passed my PSM II on 4th Dec and also passed SPS on 5th Dec, it’s not easy, thanks to your post about ‘How to pass SPS’, it really helped me a lot.

        For this specific question, for the D option, I admit it’s an impediment, but raise impediment to the management team, what’s the purpose by doing that, expect mgtm cancel romote team? or try to tell them a distributed team couldn’t be self-organising? That’s why I couldn’t persuade myself to agree on D option. In reality, I probably will try to guide team to use a more efficient way to communicate better between two or more locations so that can eliminate the impact of this impediment.

        Thanks again,
        Xiaojing aka Sarah

  5. Prezado

    Vou acompanhar o seu site de perto , estou caminho para o Scrum .

    Atenciosamente

    J. C

    Analista de desenvolvimento de sistemas

    Salinas -MG

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