PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® v6.0

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What is a high-level representation of the features or themes that are to be delivered in each release?

  • A. Release plan
  • B. Product roadmap
  • C. Iteration plan
  • D. Product Backlog


Answer : B

Acceptance tests of user stories are specified by the:

  • A. Customer at the start of the iteration.
  • B. Customer as late as possible during the iteration.
  • C. Tester after the team has finished the coding.
  • D. Development team at the start of the iteration.


Answer : A

The best reason for extreme character personas in writing user stories is to:

  • A. Identify errors in product design and testing.
  • B. Help identify user stories that would otherwise be missed.
  • C. Provide precision to support vague user concepts.
  • D. Provide value to the Sprint planning session.


Answer : B

In a Lean project environment, visual controls:

  • A. Can be used by management for communicating specific corrective direction.
  • B. Are easy to use, reflect the team's progress, and show the team what to do next.
  • C. Are helpful while the team is forming but are less important for more experienced teams.
  • D. Should be kept to a minimum to avoid distracting the team from high-value activities.


Answer : A

What is the responsibility of an extreme Programming (XP) customer role?

  • A. Testing the daily increments of the software developed
  • B. Writing the stories and acceptance tests for each story
  • C. Planning and task allocation for the developer and tester
  • D. Interacting closely with users and representing the XP team


Answer : B

The purpose of "setting the stage'' in a project retrospective is to:

  • A. Restate the goal of the meeting and create an open atmosphere.
  • B. Review the scope statement and summarize project results.
  • C. Elevate the team's morale and ensure that everyone participates.
  • D. Describe the next Iteration and discuss lessons learned.


Answer : A

The purpose of a project burndown chart is to:

  • A. Identify and communicate upcoming milestones.
  • B. Display the level of effort and resources utilized.
  • C. Identify dependencies between sprints or iterations.
  • D. Display the remaining work across time.


Answer : D

On a team new to Scrum, two team members are disrupting the daily standup with a side conversation. The ScrumMaster should:

  • A. wait until the standup is over and then talk to the disruptive team members.
  • B. immediately intervene to remedy the disruptive situation.
  • C. record the issue and then raise the issue at the Sprint Retrospective.
  • D. wait for the empowered, self-organizing team to resolve the issue.


Answer : B

Who is responsible for the “definition of done”?

  • A. The team
  • B. The Product Owner
  • C. Management
  • D. Project manager


Answer : A

What do project reports show during the Sprint review meeting?

  • A. Estimates compared to the baseline
  • B. Actual results to the plan
  • C. Return on investment (ROI)
  • D. Earned value measurement (EVM)


Answer : C

In an Agile approach, project values are most effectively implemented when they are determined by the:

  • A. sponsor
  • B. team
  • C. project manager
  • D. methodology


Answer : B

Which tool allows the Product Owner to focus on providing the greatest value and Return on Investment (ROI) to the organization?

  • A. Burn up chart
  • B. Product Backlog
  • C. Affinity estimate
  • D. Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)


Answer : B

The following chart lists stories for a release of an Agile project:


If the velocity of the team is 10, how many iterations will be needed to complete all of the stories?

  • A. 3
  • B. 4
  • C. 5
  • D. 7


Answer : B

The primary purpose of a Sprint Review is for the team to:

  • A. Demonstrate what was accomplished during the sprint.
  • B. Discuss what went well, whatdidn’t, and ways to improve.
  • C. Prioritize and estimate stories planned for the next sprint.
  • D. Individually provide status updates on user stories in progress.


Answer : A

A business analyst has identified a new risk in an Agile project. What is the best first step the business analyst should take regarding this risk?

  • A. Call a meeting with the project manager and senior management to determine how the risk will be managed.
  • B. Email the project manager and add it to the risk register so that it is discussed during the next daily standup.
  • C. Add the risk in a clearly visible location and ensure it is discussed after the next daily stand up.
  • D. Call an immediate meeting with all team members to discuss the newly identified risk.


Answer : C

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