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PMI-ACP : PMI Agile Certified Practitioner : Part 23

  1. If the Sprint Backlog cannot be completed in a Sprint, who resolves the issue?

    • Product Owner
    • Scrum Master
    • Development Team
    • Both the Product Owner and Development Team
  2. If a customer really wants a feature added to a Sprint, how should the Development Team respond?

    • Add the feature into the current Sprint backlog
    • Escalate to the Scrum Master
    • Add the item to the Product Backlog for prioritization in the next Sprint
    • Ask the Product Owner to work with the customer
  3. When does a Sprint get canceled or end early?

    • When the Sprint backlog is complete
    • When the Sprint Goal cannot be met
    • When the definition of “Done” is met
    • When a key resource is out sick
  4. How long is the time-box for the daily Scrum?

    • It depends
    • 5 minutes per person on the Development Team
    • 15 minutes
    • Whatever the Team decides
  5. How does the Scrum Master provide the most value to the Team?

    • By facilitating discussions between the Product Owner and the Development Team
    • Ensuring time-boxes are kept
    • Removing impediments to the Development Team
    • Scheduling Scrum events
  6. Select the statements that are TRUE about the Product Owner. (Choose two.)

    • The Product Owner can clarify the backlog during the Sprint
    • The Product Owner estimates the size of the Sprint backlog
    • The Product Owner prioritizes the Product backlog
    • The Product Owner defines the Sprint Goal before the Sprint Planning meeting
  7. Who creates the Sprint Goal?

    • The Development Team
    • The Scrum Master
    • The Product Owner
    • The entire Scrum Team
  8. In Scrum, the development team decides which events or ceremonies take place during a Sprint.

    • True
    • False
  9. The Scrum Master is a participant in the Sprint Retrospective.

    • True
    • False
  10. If the Development Team does not have all the skills to accomplish the Sprint Goal, the Scrum Master should:

    • Cancel the Sprint
    • Stop using Scrum
    • Have the development team determine the definition of “Done” and work through the Sprint backlog
    • Remove the impacted stories from the Sprint backlog
  11. The Project Manager plays the following role in Scrum:

    • Collects the status from the Scrum Master
    • Updates the Burndown chart
    • Creates the release plan
    • There is no project manager role in Scrum
  12. What is the purpose of the Sprint Review? (Choose three.)

    • To collaborate with stakeholders
    • To inspect and adapt
    • To provide status on the Sprint
    • To demonstrate what is “Done”
  13. Scrum dictates the use of User Stories.

    • True
    • False
  14. Scrum is a software development methodology.

    • True
    • False
  15. If the Development Team doesn’t like the time of the daily Scrum, what should the Scrum Master do?

    • Find a time that is open on everyone’s calendar
    • Let the Development Team come up with a new time
    • Ask the Team to try the existing time for one Sprint
    • Tell them that Scrum is immutable and that they need to stick to it
  16. The backlog is ordered by:

    • The needs of the Product Owner
    • Risk
    • Complexity
    • Size
  17. Who is responsible for maximizing the value of the product backlog?

    • The Customer
    • The Scrum Master and Product Owner
    • The Product Owner
    • The Development Team and Product Owner
  18. What happens if all the necessary testing doesn’t occur in a Sprint?

    • The User Story is moved to the next Sprint
    • Additional testers are added in the next Sprint
    • A risk of not creating a potentially shippable product occurs
    • The Burndown chart is updated
  19. Pick roles that support the Scrum Master in removing impediments. (Choose two.)

    • The Development Team
    • Senior Management
    • The Product Owner
    • The Customer

    Match each of the following items with its associated time-boxed duration for a one-month Sprint.

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    Sprint Review – 4 hours
    Sprint Retrospective – 3 hours
    Sprint Planning – 8 hours
    Sprint – 1 month
    Daily Scrum – 15 minutes