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Introduction

Introduction

This is the sample exam EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation. The Rules and Regulations for EXIN's examinations apply to this exam.

This exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions. Each multiple-choice question has a number of possible answers, of which only one is the correct answer.

The maximum number of points that can be obtained for this exam is 40. Each correct answer is worth one point. If you obtain 26 points or more you will pass.

The time allowed for this exam is 60 minutes.

Good luck!





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1  of 40
Which type of team can come up with the best requirements, architectures and design?

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2  of 40
According to Agile principles, what should be the pace of development?

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3  of 40
What is an assertion of the Agile Manifesto?

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4  of 40
One person is working on the code and another person is observing and commenting. Occasionally, they switch roles.

What practice is this?

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5  of 40
Who can override the Product Owner’s decisions?

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6  of 40
Who knows most about the progress towards a business objective or a release?

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7  of 40
A customer requests a report that summarizes functionality added and defects found and fixed, right at the end of a Sprint.

Who can best prepare this report?

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8  of 40
What is the primary responsibility of a Scrum Master in order to keep a Scrum Team working at its peak level of productivity?

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9  of 40
Senior management wants to regularly audit if the Scrum Team is following Scrum practices and principles.

Who is in the best position to conduct such an audit?

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10  of 40
Near the end of a Sprint, the Development Team realizes that they will not be able to complete the User Stories they had committed to.

What is the best course of action for the Development Team?

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11  of 40
What is the most efficient and effective method of transferring information to and within the Development Team?

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12  of 40
During a Sprint, a task is assigned to a single member of the Development Team.

Who is accountable for this task?

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13  of 40
A team is transitioning to Scrum. They already had a role called project coordinator, who facilitates interactions, removes roadblocks and acts as the process coach of the team.

What should this role be called after the transition?

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14  of 40
How long should it take a Scrum Team of five members to finalize the Sprint Planning for a three-week Sprint?

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15  of 40
What is a Sprint?

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16  of 40
What is a potentially releasable part of a product that occurs during a Sprint?

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17  of 40
Why does the Daily Scrum need to be held at the same location and time?

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18  of 40
A Development Team member from a Scrum Team feels that a senior technical architect from another Scrum Team may have some valuable insights and feedback about the product.

What is the best event to ask for this feedback?

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19  of 40
Halfway through a Sprint, a team has finished all Sprint Backlog items.

What is the best action to take?

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20  of 40
The Product Backlog is ordered from most valuable to least valuable. There are a few criteria that determine how valuable a Product Backlog item is.

What are these criteria?

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21  of 40
The S of INVEST stands for small.

Which items on the Product Backlog should be small?

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22  of 40
A Scrum Team wants to clearly define a checklist of items that must be completed before a User Story can be called completed.

What artifact are they likely to use for this?

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23  of 40
A Product Owner wants a User Story to be completed in two days. The Development Team working on the Story thinks it will take five days to complete this Story. The Scrum Master feels it should take three days. A subject matter expert, who has worked on similar Stories in the past, thinks it should be at most a one-day effort.

Whose estimate should be used for planning?

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24  of 40
A Scrum Team selects a Product Backlog item for the Sprint Backlog.

What must the Development Team do to finish the Product Backlog item?

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25  of 40
What best describes the role the Daily Scrum plays in the monitoring of a Scrum project?

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26  of 40
During the Daily Scrum three questions are answered.

Which is one of these questions?

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27  of 40
A Scrum Team works on a project in two-week Sprints. During the Sprint Planning meeting of the fifteenth Sprint, the Scrum Master says:
"We have seen from the last twelve Sprints that we cannot deliver potentially shippable increments in two weeks. We should increase the duration for Sprint sixteen."

Should the duration be increased?

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28  of 40
A Scrum Team is estimating User Stories. The Scrum Master suggests the Planning Poker technique.

What is the process of Planning Poker?

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29  of 40
When using Affinity Estimation, how are Story Points assigned to User Stories?

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30  of 40
In the past 8 Sprints, the Scrum Team has completed 72 Story Points in total. The Scrum Team is asked to start working on a new project which is estimated at 56 Story Points.

How many Sprints are needed to complete this project?

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31  of 40
An often-used best practice is to define User Stories according to the acronym INVEST. The ‘S’ of INVEST means small.

Regarding the User Story in a Sprint, what must be small?

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32  of 40
For a Sprint, progress is monitored in a Burn-Down chart.

What does a Burn-Down chart show?

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33  of 40
While reviewing Burn-Down bar chart, a Scrum Master observed that the bottom of the bar had moved above the horizontal axis between the third and fourth Sprint.

What happened in the third Sprint?

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34  of 40
What is the definition of the Velocity of a Team?

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35  of 40
A Scrum Team uses a Kanban board. The Work-in-Progress limit of a column on the Kanban board is reached.

What should be done when this happens?

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36  of 40
What is a key benefit of information radiators?

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37  of 40
A Scrum Team realizes that it may be late in delivering a component that another Scrum Team is waiting for.

What is the best forum to discuss this issue and find a resolution?

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38  of 40
How should the Definition of Done be defined when multiple Scrum Teams are working on a single product?

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39  of 40
Which contract type is adaptive and fits well with the Scrum way of working?

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40  of 40
When setting up an Agile workspace environment, what will provide the most value for team collaboration?