Scrum Foundations Class Assessment

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Scrum foundations are part of the Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), and Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) classes.

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If you did not do already read the Scrum Guide (15 pages), please go ahead and do that now, then take the assessment.

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Scrum Foundations Assessment

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Which event is to determine the work to be done in the Sprint

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The ScrumMaster is accountable for the effectiveness of

(Select all that apply)

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The 3 Scrum Artifacts are:

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The Product Increment is

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Empiricism is best defined as

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In a 4 week Sprint, what is the timebox for the Sprint Retrospective meeting?

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A Sprint can have multiple Sprint Goals

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All Product Backlog Items must be written as user stories

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The main accountability of the Product Owner is

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What type of work is Scrum best suited for?

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The 3 accountabilities of a Scrum Team are:

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The following are activities that occur in Product Backlog Refinement

(Select all that apply)

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In a 2 week Sprint, what is the timebox for the Sprint Planning meeting?

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The timebox for a retrospective in a 4 week Sprint is:

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The Product Backlog emerges from the

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The 3 commitments in Scrum are

(Select all that apply)

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Which of the following are advantages of an iterative and incremental approach?

(Select all that apply)

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Which of these are Scrum values

Select all that apply

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What do we take into consideration when determining the duration of the Sprint?

(Select all that apply)

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The Product Backlog is never complete

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When a new requirement is identified, it’s added to the

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Who determines how the team does their work?

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The 5 Scrum events are:

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In a 1 week Sprint, what is the timebox for the Sprint Review  meeting?

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The Scrum Master is required at the Daily Scrum

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Which event is to increase overall team and organizational effectiveness

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Which event is to inspect progress towards the Sprint Goal?

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The Sprint Backlog can be changed as long as the change does not endanger the Sprint Goal

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Sprints are the heartbeat of Scrum, where ideas are turned into value. The maximum fixed duration of a Sprint is?

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The main accountability of the Scrum Master is

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The main accountability of the Developers is

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What might happen if Scrum is only partially applied

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A Product Backlog Item is a detailed description of the requirement

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The Product Increment must meet the level of quality as defined by

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The Sprint Backlog is

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Which event is to inspect progress towards the Product Goal

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The Product Backlog is

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The 3 pillars of empiricism are

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The Definition of Done is strengthened overtime

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Which of these are benefits of using a timebox?

(Select all that apply)

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