Scrum Quizzes

If you decided to earn a certificate at Scrum.org or just learn Scrum better, my quizzes should greatly help you:

When I decided to pass PSM I exam, I found no good free practice quizzes. The open assessments at Scrum.org are fine, but the number of available questions is too small. I decided to help all the Scrum learners by creating these free quizzes. You will learn the Scrum Guide by heart and get an idea of the real assessments.

There are two quiz modes:

  • Learning Mode – Each question has an immediate explanation. No time limit. All quiz questions are available. Pass it several times and you will be prepared well for the real assessment.
  • Real Mode – It is very similar to the real assessment. No correct answers and explanations. There are 80 randomly selected questions and 60 minutes. Try it and get the feeling of the real assessment!

All the quizzes based on the Scrum Guide v2017.

If you are looking for more questions or want to clarify some weird Scrum topic, take a look at Scrum Questions page.

Questions about the real exams and the quiz itself are answered at Quiz FAQ page.

Professional Scrum™, Professional Scrum Master, PSM, PSM I, Professional Scrum Product Owner, PSPO, PSPO I, Scrum Open, Scaled Professional Scrum, Nexus, Nexus Guide, etc. are the protected brands of Scrum.org. The preparation quizzes at mlapshin.com are neither endorsed by nor affiliated with Scrum.org.
All the content related to Scrum Guide is taken from scrumguides.org and is under the Attribution ShareAlike license of Creative Commons.

216 Comments

  1. souris

    Hello Mikhail,
    I have just finished my PSM I certification with 93,8% and your learning test was a huge help for me. Thank you for all the work.

    1. mlapshin (Post author)

      Hi,

      I am glad we all here helped you. Keep going!

      Thanks,
      –Mikhail

  2. MP

    How close to your questions are the real exam?

    1. mlapshin (Post author)

      Hi,

      I do not have access to the real exam questions. I just passed it once.

      However, all the questions in my quizzes are based on the Scrum Guide. It makes sure they cover the same topics as the real exam.
      There is no need to have exactly the same questions as long as they cover the same topics.

      Thanks,
      –Mikhail

  3. Miha

    Hi Mikhail,

    thanks for this great preparation site for Scrum. Using it i have passed PSM 1 with 98% score 🙂

    Kudos!
    Miha

    1. mlapshin (Post author)

      Hi Miha,

      I am gald I helped you.
      Thanks for sharing your success!

      –Mikhail

  4. debapriyadey

    Hi Mikhail,

    Hope you are doing well.Thanks for these quizzes.I have no previous experience with Agile and I have been preparing for PSPO.Quite nervous at the moment.Trying my best to prepare and pass the exam in 1st attempt.

    I need your kind advice on the following queries-

    1.Check all formal opportunities to inspect & adapt ?Should Sprint review be a part of the answer.As part of the scrum guide its mentioned that “This is an informal meeting,not a status meeting”.

    2.Who is allowed to make changes to sprint backlog?why is it only development team? as when dev.team thinks they can not complete any PBI in the sprint time,the product owner helps them to reduce the scope.

    3.Who tracks the sprint progress?is it only dev team?as part of the new new product owner article its written under product release decision maker” involves tracking the amount of work remaining towards a goal and updating that amount of work remaining every sprint in the sprint review”

    4. In the question how does DoD help the scrum team, why is inspection & adaptation not part of it? Coz DoD will tell us if we are deviating from something and adapt accordingly.

    Looking forward to your response.Kindly help.

    Thanks & Regards
    Debapriya dey

    1. mlapshin (Post author)

      Hi Debapriya,

      I am sorry. I just noticed your request.
      I will answer it. Hopefully, it will help to the other learners.

      1.Check all formal opportunities to inspect & adapt ?Should Sprint review be a part of the answer.As part of the scrum guide its mentioned that “This is an informal meeting,not a status meeting”.

      Mikhail: yes, all the Scrum events are formal opportunities to inspect and adapt, including the Sprint Review.

      2.Who is allowed to make changes to sprint backlog?why is it only development team? as when dev.team thinks they can not complete any PBI in the sprint time,the product owner helps them to reduce the scope.

      Mikhail: yes, only the Dev Team can change the Sprint Backlog because they own it. For example, they could add newly discovered work. The PO helps them to decide what they should do if for some reason they cannot finish all the planned items on time.

      3.Who tracks the sprint progress?is it only dev team?as part of the new new product owner article its written under product release decision maker” involves tracking the amount of work remaining towards a goal and updating that amount of work remaining every sprint in the sprint review”

      Mikhail: The Dev team tracks their progress towards the Sprint Goal. The PO tracks progress on a higher level, e.g. some release goals that include work of several Sprints.

      4. In the question how does DoD help the scrum team, why is inspection & adaptation not part of it? Coz DoD will tell us if we are deviating from something and adapt accordingly.

      Mikhail: I do not remember the exact question. Probably, it asks to pick the best two answers and inspection&adaptation is not as good as the other ones.

      Best Regards,
      –Mikhail

  5. AndrewStarlike

    Many thanks for the quiz. I passed PSM I with 90%! I also made a small donation because I admire the work done into this project! Thanks a lot!

    1. mlapshin (Post author)

      Hi Andrew,

      Thanks for sharing your success here and for the donation!
      It inspires me in supporting this web site.

      Best Regards,
      –Mikhail

  6. loup.O

    Also successfully passed the PSM1 thanks to your Scrum quizz! So I was thinking that a donation will be the least I can do

    Have a great day

    1. mlapshin (Post author)

      Hi,

      Congrats!
      Thanks for sharing your success.
      I am glad my quizzes helped you.

      Best Regards,
      –Mikhail

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