Advice for your Scrum Product Owner exam
The PSPO I Product Owner certificate requires a solid knowledge of the theory of agile product development in general and the Scrum framework in particular. You can pass the Product Owner exam if you are willing to put in the time to get familiar with the fundamentals.
We recommend you do approximately 8 hours of study, including attempting the Open Assessment.
These articles will help you pass your exam:
The Product Owner Open Assessment will help you prepare for the exam. Its questions are multiple choice and will provide you with a good indication of the types of questions that the certification exam will ask you.
Keep trying the assessment until you get 100% correct. When you get 100% correct, do it again. If you get 100% on the 2nd try then you're ready for the PSPO certification exam.
Other Open Assessments we recommend you try:
It’s important to answer the questions to the exam, not according to how AusNet uses agile, but how the authors of Scrum recommend how you practice Scrum and the role of Product Owner.
This is a hard exam. You must know your material in order to pass. It will be harder than the Open Assessment.
While the PSPO I assessment is an open book assessment, there will be little to no time to start googling anything.
Product Owner Exam
Once you start the exam you will need to complete it within the timebox. You can not save/pause and then come back to the exam later.
When you’re ready, start your exam:
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