SPS Certification Exam Sample Questions

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01. What are two ways that Developers can ensure a good application architecture?
(choose the best two answers)
a) Architecture is an ongoing discussion between Developers who are implementing current Sprint Backlog items.
b) The Scrum Team uses a Sprint 0 to create infrastructure that will be needed later.
c) The Developers focus only on adding functionality. The architecture will take care of itself as the Developers add functionality.
d) The Developers have a set of guiding architecture principles that every Developer understands and follows when building the product.
02. What are the responsibilities of the Nexus Integration Team?
a) Coordinate, coach, and supervise the application of Nexus and the operation of Scrum so the best outcomes are derived.
b) Do the work of delivering a potentially releasable Increment of “Done” product at the end of each Sprint.
c) Maximize the value of the product and the work of the Developers.
d) Ensure that the Product Backlog Items are visible, transparent, and clear to all. 
03. A Nexus with five Scrum Teams has been created to build one product. Who has to coordinate the work with other teams in the Nexus?
a) Nexus Integration Team, because they are responsible for cross-team dependencies
b) Scrum Master should teach the Developers that it is their responsibility to work with other teams
c) Lead Developer on a Team should coordinate with other teams
d) Product Owner
04. What factors should be considered when establishing the length of a Sprint?
(choose the best two answers)
a) The risk of being disconnected from the stakeholders.
b) The frequency at which team formation can be changed.
c) All teams in a Nexus must have the same Sprint length.
d) The level of uncertainty over the solution being developed.
e) The Nexus Integration Team should determine the Sprint length for all individual Scrum Teams.
05. In a Nexus Sprint Review, the Stakeholders are not satisfied because the Integrated increment was not shown. Individuals showed all their individual Increments.
Which of the following options is / are true?
a) The Stakeholders were not satisfied because the Nexus Goal was not met.
b) Showing an integrated increment is needed during Nexus Sprint Review, for the Nexus Sprint Goal to be met.
c) The Stakeholders were not satisfied because the right team of attendees might not be involved.
d) None of the above.
06. How does Nexus relate to Scrum?
a) Nexus is an “Unit of development” and hardly relates to Scrum.
b) Nexus is just a part of the Scrum framework.
c) Nexus uses Scrum as its building block.
d) Nexus and Scrum are two different frameworks addressing complex adaptive problems in different ways.
07. The Nexus Team has failed to meet the Nexus Sprint Goal for two sprints in a row. What are the possible reasons for this?
(Select two best answers)
a) Nexus Integration Team is not coordinating the work among the developers
b) Definition of Done has too stringent
c) There is technical debt in the product
d) Developers are struggling to integrate their work
08. The purpose of the Nexus Sprint Backlog is:
(choose the best two answers)
a) To plan the product release.
b) To visualize all Product Backlog items.
c) To make dependencies transparent to the Scrum Teams.
d) To provide a view of dependent Product Backlog items in a Sprint.
09. You are part of Team A which is working on requirement #3. Team B is working on Requirement #6 which is very similar to yours. Your team discovered a limitation which would make it impossible to implement requirement #3.
When and who should you inform?
a) Bring it up in Nexus Sprint Retrospective
b) Wait for Team B to discover the issue on their own
c) Bring it up in Nexus Sprint Review
d) Bring it up in Nexus Daily Scrum
10. What is the recommended number of teams per Nexus?
a) 3 to 9
b) 4 to 10
c) 3 to 12
d) 2 to 5


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

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