Scrum.org PSPO I Certification Exam Sample Questions

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01. A Product Owner is entitled to postpone the start of a new Sprint after the conclusion of a previous Sprint for the following reason:
(choose the best answer)
a) The Product Owner has not identified a Sprint Goal.
b) The Quality Assurance department needs more time to make the previous Increment "Done".
c) There is no acceptable reason. A new Sprint starts immediately after the conclusion of the previous Sprint.
d) Not enough Product Backlog items are "Ready".
e) The stakeholders are not happy with the value produced in the previous Sprint.
 
02. When should the Sprint Goal be formed?
a) During the Sprint Planning session
b) A Sprint Goal is not required in Scrum
c) At any time throughout the Sprint
d) During the previous Sprint during the Product Backlog refinement session
e) Before Sprint Planning so that the team can start planning
 
03. What pre-conditions must be fulfilled in order to allow Sprint Planning to begin?
(choose the best answer)
a) A fully refined Product Backlog
b) Formal budget approval to conduct another Sprint
c) A clear and non-negotiable Sprint Goal
d) A clear but negotiable business objective for the Sprint
e) Enough "Ready" Product Backlog to fill the Sprint
f) There are no such pre-conditions
 
04. The Development Team finds out during the Sprint that they aren't likely to build everything they forecast. What would you expect a Product Owner to do?
(choose the best answer)
a) Re-negotiate the selected Product Backlog items with the Development Team to meet the Sprint Goal.
b) Cancel the Sprint.
c) Change the Sprint Goal.
d) Inform management that more resources are needed.
e) Skip Product Backlog refinement activities.
 
05. When can the Product Backlog be updated?
(choose the best answer)
a) Never, unless agreed to by the change request 
b) At any time when done by the Product Owner or at the Product Owner's discretion
c) Only after a Sprint Review if agreed to by the stakeholders
d) Only during Product Backlog refinement sessions if the Product Owner is present
 
06. To what extent does technical debt limit the value a Product Owner can get from a product?
(choose the best two answers)
a) The velocity at which new functionality can be created is reduced when you have technical debt.
b) Technical debt causes a greater percentage of the product's budget to be spent on maintenance of the product.
c) Technical debt does not influence the delivery of value.
d) Technical debt is not a Product Owner concern, because technical debt is only an issue for the Development Team.
 
07. What two things should be done if the Product Owner is unavailable?
(choose the best two answers)
a) In a permanent state of unavailability, a new Product Owner needs to be appointed. Development efforts without a Product Owner are not employing Scrum.
b) Within the Sprint, the Development Team makes the best decisions possible to assure progress toward the Sprint Goal, re-aligning with the Product Owner once he/she is available again.
c) Development of functional requirements stops until the Product Owner is available again. 
d) There should be a Product Owner team to allow a different person from that team to instantly take over the role of Product Owner.
 
08. What is a Product Backlog?
(choose the best answer)
a) It is a list of references to Use Case documents that are stored in a central repository. The references should be viewable and clickable by anybody to enhance transparency.
b) It is a formally approved list of requirements to be implemented over a set period.
c) It is a detailed list of functionality from which the Development Team draws items, to be complemented by a separate Technology Backlog managed by the Development Team.
d) It is a living artifact of product requirements that exists and evolves as long as a product exists.
 
09. What two things best help the Product Owner manage the value of a product?
(choose the best two answers)
a) Devising a formula for a neutral calculation of value
b) Setting value on individual Product Backlog items using Value Poker
c) The order of the Product Backlog
d) Validating assumptions of value through frequent releases
 
10. What is the Product Owner accountable for in Scrum?
(choose the best answer)
a) Refining the top level Product Backlog items until they are ready to be handed over to the Development Team
b) Describing an Increment at the Sprint Planning and make sure that the Development Team delivers it by the end of the Sprint
c) Clearly expressing a Product Backlog that maximizes value and represents the needs of the stakeholders
d) Writing the User Stories so they are understandable to stakeholders

Answers:

Question: 01
Answer: c
Question: 02
Answer: a
Question: 03
Answer: f
Question: 04
Answer: a
Question: 05
Answer:b
Question: 06
Answer: a, b
Question: 07
Answer: a, b
Question: 08
Answer: d
Question: 09
Answer: c, d
Question: 10
Answer: c

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