Learn more, fill in the gaps, familiarize yourself with the style of the exam, and uncover all the secrets before taking your actual exam with the most popular PSM I exam simulator!
You can take as many simulated exams as you like for a year from the date of your purchase.
Please note that we’re not affiliated with Scrum.org.
The exam simulator is only €27
This package contains 455 root questions, which dynamically change and create 617,000 variations using the Infinite Exam Simulator™. Therefore, when you take the exam multiple times, you will always see slightly different questions, and will be forced to pay attention to the details, which is very useful for your real exam.
A demo of the exam simulator is available too.
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You can cancel your order and get a full refund up to one month after your purchase, as long as you've not taken more than one simulated exam.
The exam simulator is online and compatible with all major browsers and devices. You don't need to install anything.
You can find the PSPO I exam simulator here. We’re working on a PSK exam simulator, and we estimate that we’ll release it by June 2019.
We don’t offer exam simulators for the SPS and PSD exams.
It would help somewhat, but it won’t cover many of the PSM II topics.
It doesn’t cover all the topics of the PSPO I exam. You’d be better using our PSPO I exam simulator for that purpose.
No, you need to buy it directly from Scrum.org. The price is $150.
They are not the same, but they are similar and have the same style and level of difficulty.
While there’s no way we can claim that 100% of topics and all their variations are covered, we’ve tried to cover as much as possible, and we can safely say that the large majority of them are well covered.
Yes, a small sample is available when you click on the Demo button above.
Yes, the Scrum Framework eLearning Course is designed for the PSM I exam.
Yes, the first 30% of the course is free, and you can find it here.
Yes, you can take as many simulated exams as you’d like, for 1 year after your purchase.
Yes, the detailed result of your exams will be available for up to 3 months.
To make sure that you’ve seen all types of question and are familiar enough with the style of the exam and the way you can manage your time, we suggest taking at least 10 simulated exams. However, there’s a progress-bar in your exam simulator that calculates your fluency in the exam based on your performance, and it’s best to keep taking exams until you reach a high level of fluency.
Questions for each exam are picked randomly, with a higher weighting for topics that you’ve not seen before.
The details of most questions change each time, with more than 600,000 possible variations of questions in total. Chances are therefore low that you’d see the exact same question. This also helps you get used to paying attention to all the details, because that’s the biggest problem for most candidates.
For example, think of a question like “The Product Owner wants to attend the Daily Scrums to see whether the developers have any difficulty understanding the items in the Sprint Backlog and to explain the items if needed. Which of the following is a correct response from you, as the Scrum Master?”
A variation of this question may appear in a later simulated exam as “… Which of the following is NOT a correct response from you, as the Scrum Master?” because we know that many candidates miss the word “NOT” and pick the wrong answer.
Then in another exam simulator, you may see the question as “… Which two of the following are correct responses from you, as the Scrum Master?” because it’s another common mistake for candidates to miss the word “two” and pick only one choice. Then, there are also variations in the choices that are generated for each question, which creates a very dynamic and challenging exercise for the learner, with much higher chances of success in the actual exam.
There are some generic questions about scaled Scrum in the PSM I exam, which are fully covered in the exam simulator. However, Nexus, as one way of scaling Scrum, is not included as a topic in the PSM I exam.
Not at all :) Firstly, there are certain topics in the exam that don’t feature in the Scrum Guide, and secondly, some of topics in the Scrum Guide have a very specific interpretation in the PSM I exam which is not obvious; for example, if you read the Scrum Guide, you will get the impression that there should be only one Definition of Done when there are multiple teams in the project, which this is not considered the right answer in the PSM I exam.
We’ve created the Scrum Framework eLearning course specifically for the purpose of preparing candidates for the PSM I exam.
Practicing simulated exams doesn’t satisfy the conditions that PMI imposes for PDU. The Scrum Framework eLearning Course is registered with PMI®, and you can get pre-approved PDUs for that when you finish the course.
You’ll receive a certificate of completion when you finish the Scrum Framework eLearning Course. We don’t issue certificates for the exam simulator.
We offer limited coaching. There’s an option in the exam simulator where you can contact our trainers to get help about a specific question. This is mainly for learners who have taken both the eLearning course and the exam simulator.
Yes. We’ve tried to create a user interface that is usable on small devices.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Your administrative and technical questions will be answered quickly by the support team, and your questions about the topics will be sent to our trainers.
To contact us, use the online chat service that is available on the bottom of the pages, send us an email to email@example.com, or call us at +32477588618, +442032874160, or +1(315)784-1825.
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