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Sample Exam (Mock) Questions for the BVOP™ Scrum Master Certification Test

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Here is a sample from the BVOP™ Scrum Master Certification Test (Mock) Exam. The questions are only part of the real exam. We don’t provide the correct answers as The BVOP™ Ultimate Guide and The BVOP™ Agile Guide are free resources.

We share a sample of the test (mock) questions to get an idea of ​​them. This will give you a more realistic assessment of the true Scrum Master certification test.

Exam Sample Test (Mock) Questions for Scrum Master Certification

We remind you that there will be project management questions on the actual test as well. Time is limited for each question. The questions have only one correct answer.

The questions are part of our Scrum Master certification. Please note that the questions may change at any time. We also offer a great opportunity to take a trial test with many possible questions for a very low fee. This saves money if you fail the real exam. To take advantage of this opportunity, create an account on our platform, and look at your dashboard.

Which is most true about Scrum?

Modern project management methodology.

Modern product management practice.

Framework for handling complex problems.

Framework for Agile Programming.

What is Scrum?

A framework for delivering maximum product value

A framework for promoting creativity and freedom

A framework software for programming complex software

A framework for organizing teams in small organizations

Which of the following is true?

Scrum is not a methodology

Scrum is not a framework

Both are true

Both are wrong

Scrum is a framework combining:

Roles, events, and artifacts

Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Development Team

Regular team meetings, inspection, and products

Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and Sprint Planning

Scrum means more:

Programming

Practice

Independence

Meetings 

Scrum is designed to create products using:

Pair programming to increase productivity

Adaptive work to keep teams motivated

Flexible models to solve adaptive problems

Product Owner with high marketing knowledge

Scrum requires:

Scrum Master with high technology knowledge

Regular inspections of work and results

Product Owner with advanced product design experience

Project manager with experience of Scrum practices 

The three Pillars of Scrum are:

Productivity, respect, cross-functionality

Creativity, transparency, confidence

Mobility, speed, flexibility

Transparency, inspection, adaptation 

Transparency allows the team to:

Inspect their work and progress and adapt

Building trust between business partners and stakeholders

Reduces team conflicts over pay

All of the above is wrong

Transparency is achieved through:

Consistent use of inspection and adaptation and transparent Product Backlog

Transparent working conditions and conscientious Scrum Master

All team members understand the technology

Clarity on project-related contracts and regular stakeholder information

What does the Scrum team do when obstacles arise as a result of inspections?

Consult with Scrum Incident Manager

Refactor the product to eliminate potential issues

Adjust how they work to remove the obstacles

Recover previous product increment to remove current obstacles 

Most significant obstacles to Scrum can be:

Remote teams and virtual work environment.

Exceeding event time limits.

Lack of enough competent Scrum roles and teams.

Small teams and frequent work inspections.

What is most true about Kaizen philosophy? 

Aims to eliminate waste and deliver good practice.

Involves performing small experiments and monitoring the results.

Both are true

Both are wrong

The Kaizen cycle can be defined as:

Plan → Do → Check → Act

Plan → Inspect → Check → Act

Plan → Check → Manage → Act

Plan → Ask → Check → Act

Kanban intends to improve:

The motivation of the teams

Production efficiency

Technological dependencies

The quality of the products

In Kanban, problem areas are highlighted by measuring: 

Execution time and cycle time of the overall process steps

The speed of production produced compared to the initial project planning

The number of tasks completed relative to the number of defects in the product

The saved resources of the organization for the past year 

A main advantage of Kanban is: 

Minimum work limit that is in the process of creation

Maximum work limit that is in the process of being created

Average work limit that is in the process of being created and completed

There is no limit on the work in progress 

The purpose of the Kanban system is: 

Allow access to unlimited resources to speed up work

Motivating teams using an innovative work system

To limit the accumulation of surplus stocks at each point of production

All of the above is wrong 

Which is the truest? Kanban requires: 

Scrum Master or Kanban Master

Communication in real-time

Competent stakeholders

Detailed project planning and deadlines 

Which is most true of the tasks of teams using Kanban? 

The teams' tasks are visually presented on a board.

The tasks of the teams must be subject to quality checks.

The Kanban Master manages team tasks.

Kanban teams have no tasks to allow a continuous production flow. 

Why are tasks placed in a visual board when following Kanban? 

It is the most comfortable approach for team members.

To see the status of tasks at any given moment and to see how many tasks are currently being worked.

Boards are big, and the tasks are visible to the whole team.

There is no specific reason. 

Kanban boards usually include: 

Cards and columns

Status and total hours worked

Names of workers and executives

Working time 

What is a card in the Kanban context? 

Access authentication

A document containing the total work time of the employee

A visualization of the task

All statements are true

What is Lean?

Concept that aims to provide more benefits to society and people while eliminating waste.

Design principle that creates usable and affordable virtual products.

Rules and frameworks for Scrum teams

Product management methodology adapted to modern mass products.

Lean thinking is trying to optimize:

Team communication using real-time interactions.

Work in progress.

Defects in the product when delivered to real users.

The flow of work to meet current demand, not future demand.

MVP stands for:

Minimum viable product

Most vital product

Maximum viewable ports

Minimum viable plans

MVP is recreated in:

Samples

Cycles

Cubicles

Factories

With rapidly changing requirements, a suitable framework for work would be:

Lean

MVP

Waterfall

Scrum

Scrum is organized in:

Cycles

Samples

Products

Projects

Scrum is:

Incremental

Fractal

Binary

Primary

In Scrum, the team works collaboratively to create a:

Potentially Increased Usability Indicators

Potentially Shippable Product Increment

MVP with low Technical Debt

Product with initially described parameters and requirements

Scrum includes the following elements:

Boards, Products, Cards, Teams

Roles, Events, Artifacts, Rules

Plans, Sprints, Stakeholders, Inspectors

Processes, Increments, Tests, Deliveries

Scrum roles are:

Scrum Master, Product Manager, Agile team

Stakeholders, Product Owner, Deployment team

Users, Scrum Master, Project Owner

Development team, Product Owner, Scrum Master

The development team in Scrum includes:

Only people who have programming skills

Only people who work to complete the tasks

Only people who have proven themselves to be professionals

Only people who have been selected by the Scrum Master role to be part of the team

The development team in Scrum may include people of different competencies and skills. 

True

Wrong

It depends on the stakeholders

It depends on the contracts 

A responsibility of the Product Owner role is: 

Sales and marketing campaigns

The net profit of the company after the deduction of expenses

Product to offer value to business and consumers

All of the above are wrong 

The Product Owner role in Scrum is: 

The informal team leader

Sponsor of the project and the product

The owner of the organization and the product

The role that represents the voice of the stakeholders 

The most important function of the Scrum Master role is: 

Introducing optimal MVP process

Integration of productive Lean product rules and compliance with Scrum directives

Spreading respect for Scrum values and practices

Report problems of any nature to the Product Owner role

The Scrum Team includes:

The Development Team, the Product Owner and the Scrum Master role

The Scrum Master role, The Development Team, and the Quality Control Team

The Development Team, including all designers, programmers and QA specialists

All of the above is wrong

The official Scrum artifacts are:

Product Backlog, Sprint Planning, Product Review

Product Backlog, Gantt Chart, Burndown Chart

Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Product Increment

Product Backlog, Burndown Chart, Artifacts Backlog 

Which is most true about the Product Backlog? The Product Backlog is: 

Approved resources for optimal product production

A collection of product development descriptions and specifications

Stakeholder reports and analyzes provided by stakeholders

Stocks for complete assets 

Sprint Backlog is: 

List of work to be developed during the current period (sprint)

Report on work done during the current period (sprint)

Remaining work to complete during the current period (sprint)

The result of the Product increment created during the current period (sprint) 

Which is most true about the Sprint Goal?

The Scrum Team defines the Sprint Goal

The Sprint Goal must comply with the Roadmap of the product

The Sprint Goal usually specifies the minimum and maximum allowable parameters of the product increment

The Scrum Master defines the Sprint Goal

Which is most true about the Definition of Done?

Definition of Done is the conclusion of the Development Team on the work done during the sprint

Definition of Done is the result of testing by Quality Assurance teams

The Definition of Done is a set of criteria that must be met by a Product Backlog Item so that it can become part of the Product Increment.

Definition of Done is a Kanban rule for definitions of work that is still under development.

The official Scrum events are:

Sprint, Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective

Sprint Goal Negotiation, Daily Scrum, Product Demo, Stakeholder Feedback

Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Scrum Master Elections

All of the above is wrong

What is most true about the Scrum hierarchy?

The Scrum Master reports to the Product Owner the role

The Development Team reports to the Scrum Master role

The Development Team reports to the Product Owner role

There is no hierarchy in Scrum

The Product Owner role is part of:

The Development Team

The Scrum Team

The Product Team

Business stakeholders

Which is most true of a Product Owner? The Product Owner role creates:

User Stories

Price bundles and proposals

Product design

Sales and distribution rules

What are User Stories? Choose the context most appropriate for Scrum.

Recordings of video interviews with real users expressing their opinions about the product.

User ideas and needs that need to be developed.

Excerpt from user profiles to generate new ideas.

A description of how users use popular products.

Which is most true about The Product Owner?

Prioritizes the Product Backlog.

Prioritizes team tasks as directed by the Strum Master.

Prioritizes the technology selected by the Development Team.

All of the above is true.

The Product Vision is usually created by:

Development Team and Marketing Team

Product team and Development team together

Product Owner and stakeholders

Development team 

Which is the truest? The Product Owner ensures that: 

All members of the Development team are in good condition and are present in the office.

There are fully prepared Product Backlog Items for the current Sprint.

The product follows exactly the Product Vision, and there are no gaps in planning.

The Scrum Master role understands product ideas in depth. 

The user stories that the team is expected to work on during the sprint should be: 

Approved by business stakeholders.

Coordinated with the Scrum Master role.

Detailed and understandable by everyone.

Alphabetically ordered for easy operation. 

It is recommended that User Story should be developed within: 

One week

One month

One Sprint

One year 

Acceptance criteria are added to each User Story to: 

Satisfy contracts

Guide testing

Reduce costs

Increase motivation 

How many members are there in one Scrum team? 

Between 3 and 9

Between 4 and 10

Between 5 and 12

Between 6 and 14

If there were only two developers involved with the Scrum Development team, how would this affect the work on the product?

Work is faster because of easier communication

The job may be more difficult as the team may not have the necessary competencies

Working on the product does not matter but only the deadlines

All of the above is wrong 

An indication that a team can be defined as self-organizing can be the following: 

The team follows the rules of the Human Resources department

The team submits regular reports on its work

The team respects its Product Owner

The team and its members choose their tasks themselves, without anyone else assigning them. 

The cross-functionality of the team means:

All team members have had previous experience as designers, programmers, and quality assurance professionals

All team members and all their general skills are sufficient for the development of the whole product

All team members and all their general skills are confirmed through official exams and tests

All of the above is true

The questions provided are also valid for the Product Owner and Agile Director certification exams.

We would like to remind you once again that the BVOP™ Scrum Master certification exam also includes questions from the project management sections of the BVOP™ Ultimate Guide. Please also refer to the Sample Exam Mock Questions for the BVOP Project Management Certification Test publication to get an idea and project management exam questions.

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Author: BVOP™ Published on: Tuesday Dec 31, 2019
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  1. Thomas Tylor
    Hello. As far as I understand from the information on the site, for the Scrum Master exam, candidates must also answer questions from the project management sections published in the training materials. However, I note that the sample questions above only seem to be from the Scrum and Agile domains. Does this mean you have not posted sample questions and answers for the online project management practice exam?
  2. BVOP™
    Dear Thomas, Thank you for your question. You perfectly understand that the published sample questions and answers in this material are only related to our Scrum and Agile materials from the BVOP™ Agile Guide. The Scrum Master and Agile Director online exams also include questions from the project management sections of the BVOP™ Ultimate Guide that we did not need to post here as there are explicitly published topics in a separate article. Please see the article "Sample Exam Questions for the BVOP Project Management Certification Test". Kind regards.
  3. Brock E Rowlandson
    Hello. I just learned that BVOP Project Management certification, for example, requires knowledge of additional topics from your training materials. Can you tell if the BVOP Scrum Master certification also involves preparation for other topics?
  4. BVOP™
    Dear Brock,
    To receive The BVOP™ Certified Scrum Master certification, you need knowledge of the entire BVOP™ Agile Guide and project management sections of the BVOP™ Ultimate Guide. Advanced training is part of our mission to create more competent professionals.
  5. Maria
    I noticed that the information was published last year. I would like to ask if these issues are still relevant. Have they been updated for 2020 and 2021? Thanks
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