Acknowledgment: Scrum (.) org and PSM1™ are protected Brands. These practice exams are neither endorsed by nor affiliated with Scrum (.) org. Although all practice tests mock real tests, they are unofficial.
When you are faced with certificates like this, you may have read a lot of information, a lot of books, but you don't really know if what you have read is going to help you to pass the certification exam.
I have designed this course on my own experience, and collecting exams I have taken. I have more than 20 certifications in agility, and specifically 10 in Scrum_org.
By taking course exams, you can validate if you are really prepared to present yourself, and validate on the wrong questions, where your area of improvement would be.
Prepare for the real Assessment
The assessment is exhaustive and rigorous. Many questions ask you to think about or interpret the meaning from the Scrum Guide, apply content from the PSM I subject areas, as well as application of your own experience.
Reading the Scrum Guide and taking the Open Assessments alone isn't enough preparation and we recommend reviewing the content below:
The assessment covers topics from multiple Focus Areas defined by the Scrum Competencies and detailed on the PSM I Suggested Reading page. Questions will be selected at random from the Focus Areas listed.
Many questions ask you to think about or interpret the meaning from the Scrum Guide and how you would apply Scrum within a Scrum Team.
The Scrum Master learning path contains many additional resources to help you prepare to take the PSM I Assessment.