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QUESTION NO: 1
When many Scrum Teams are working on the same product, should all of their Increments be integrated every Sprint?
A. Yes, but only for Scrum Teams whose work has dependencies.
B. Yes, otherwise the Product Owners (and stakeholders) may not be able to accurately inspect what is done.
C. No, each Scrum Team stands alone.
D. No, that is far too hard and must be done in a hardening Sprint.
QUESTION NO: 2
When can a Development Team cancel a Sprint?
A. It can’t. Only Product Owners can cancel Sprints.
B. When functional expectations are not well understood.
C. When the Product Owner is absent too often.
D. When the selected Product Backlog items for the Sprint become unachievable.
E. When a technical dependency cannot be resolved.
QUESTION NO: 3
Which output from Sprint Planning provides the Development Team with a target and overarching direction for the Sprint?
A. The Sprint Backlog.
B. The Sprint Goal
C. The release plan.
D. Sprint Review minutes.
QUESTION NO: 4
How should a Development Team deal with non-functional requirements?
A. Ensure every Increment meets them.
B. Make sure the release department understands these requirements, but it is not the Development Team’s responsibility.
C. Handle them during the Integration Sprint preceding the Release Sprint.
D. Assign them to the lead developers on the team.
QUESTION NO: 5
When is a Sprint over?
A. When the Product Owner says it is done.
B. When all Product Backlog items meet their definition of “Done”.
C. When all the tasks are completed.
D. When the time-box expires.
QUESTION NO: 6
True or False: Scrum has a role called “Project Manager”.
QUESTION NO: 7
What are two good ways for the Development Team to make non-functional requirements visible? (Choose two.)
A. Put them on a separate list on the Scrum board, available for all to see.
B. Add them to the Product Backlog to ensure transparency.
C. Run the integration and regression tests before the end of the Sprint, and capture the open work for the Sprint Backlog of the next Sprint.
D. Add them to the definition of “Done” so the work is taken care of every Sprint.
QUESTION NO: 8
How much time is required after a Sprint to prepare for the next Sprint?
A. The break between Sprints is time-boxed to 1 week for 30 day Sprints, and usually less for shorter sprints.
B. Enough time for the requirements for the next Sprint to be determined and documented.
C. Enough time for the Development team to finish the testing from the last Sprint.
D. None. A new Sprint starts immediately following the end of the previous Sprint.
E. All of the above are allowed depending on the situation.
QUESTION NO: 9
In the Sprint Planning meeting, the Product Owner and the Development Team were unable to reach a clear understanding about the highest order Product Backlog items. Because of this, the Development Team couldn’t figure out how many Product Backlog items it could forecast for the upcoming Sprint. They were able to agree on a Sprint Goal, however. Which of the following two actions should the Scrum Master support? (Choose two.)
A. Cancel the Sprint. Send the entire team to an advanced Scrum training and then start a new
B. Forecast the most likely Product Backlog items to meet the goal and create a Sprint Backlog based on a likely initial design and plan. Once the time-box for the Sprint Planning meeting is over, start the Sprint and continue to analyze, decompose, and create additional functionality during the Sprint.
C. Continue the Sprint Planning meeting past its time-box until an adequate number of Product Backlog items are well enough understood for the Development Team to make a complete forecast. Then start the Sprint.
D. Discuss in the upcoming Sprint Retrospective why this happened and what changes will make it less likely to recur.
E. Ask everyone to take as much time as needed to analyze the Product Backlog first, and then reconvene another Sprint Planning meeting.
QUESTION NO: 10
Which answer best describes the topics covered in Sprint Planning?
A. What to do and who will do it.
B. How conditions have changed and how the Product Backlog should evolve.
C. What can be done and how to do it.
D. What went wrong in the last Sprint and what to do differently this Sprint.
E. Who is on the team and what team member roles will be.
QUESTION NO: 11
Which of the following is required by Scrum?
A. Sprint Retrospective.
B. Members must be stand up at the Daily Scrum.
C. Sprint Burndown Chart.
D. Release planning.
E. All of the above.
QUESTION NO: 12
What is the purpose of a Sprint Review?
A. To take time to judge the validity of the project.
B. To inspect the product Increment with the stakeholders and collect feedback on next steps.
C. To review the Scrum Team’s activities and processes during the Sprint.
D. To build a team sprint.
QUESTION NO: 13
Who determines when it is appropriate to update the Sprint Backlog during a Sprint?
A. The Project Manager.
B. The Development Team.
C. The Scrum Team.
D. The Product Owner.
QUESTION NO: 14
Who must attend the Daily Scrum?
A. The Scrum Master and Product Owner.
B. The Development Team.
C. The Development Team and Product Owner.
D. The Scrum Team.
E. The Development Team and Scrum Master.
QUESTION NO: 15
When do Development Team members take ownership of a Sprint Backlog item? (Choose the best answer.)
A. At the Sprint planning meeting.
B. During the Daily Scrum.
C. Never. All Sprint Backlog Items are “owned” by the entire Scrum Team.
D. Whenever a team member can accommodate more work.
QUESTION NO: 16
True or False: The purpose of a Sprint is to produce a valuable, useful Increment of product.
QUESTION NO: 17
Who creates the definition of “Done”?
A. The Scrum Master as he/she is responsible for the Development Team’s productivity.
B. The Scrum Team, in a collaborative effort where the result is the common denominator of all members’ definition.
C. The Product Owner as he/she is responsible for the product’s success.
D. The development organization (or Development Team if none is available from the development organization).
QUESTION NO: 18
Five new Scrum Teams have been created to build one product. A few of the developers on one of the Development Teams ask the Scrum Master how to coordinate their work with the order teams. What should the Scrum Master do?
A. Teach the Product Owner to work with the lead developers on ordering Product Backlog in a way to avoid too much technical and development overlap during a Sprint.
B. each them that it is their responsibility to work with the other teams to create an integrated Increment that is inclusive of all five team’s work.
C. Collect the Sprint tasks from the teams at the end of their Sprint Planning and merge that into a consolidated plan for the entire Sprint.
D. Visit the five teams each day to inspect that their Sprint Backlogs are aligned.
QUESTION NO: 19
Which two things should the Development Team do during the first Sprint? (Choose two.)
A. Make up a plan for the rest of the project.
B. Analyze, describe, and document the requirements for the subsequent Sprints.
C. Develop at least one piece of functionality.
D. Analyze, design, and describe the complete architecture and infrastructure.
E. Create an increment of potentially releasable software.
QUESTION NO: 20
What are three ways Scrum promotes self-organization? (Choose three.)
A. By not allowing documentation.
B. By the Development Team deciding what work to do in a Sprint.
C. By preventing stakeholders from entering the development room.
D. By removing titles for Development Team members.
E. By being a lightweight framework.