Q 1. When should be the BEST time for the team to estimate a task?
AThroughout the Iteration
BDuring Iteration Planning
CTask estimates are decided by the Scrum Master
DAt the time of Iteration Planning as well as during the iteration
Q 2. Every team needs to constantly evaluate and make appropriate adaptations in the following four areas:
AProduct value, Product quality, Team performance, Project status
BProduct value, Product quality, Team performance, Organization status
CProduct quality, Team performance, Project status, Project deliverables
DProduct value, Product Features, Team performance, Project status
Q 3. Which report should NOT be shared with your stakeholders?
Q 4. A Retrospective can be as short as 15 minutes or as long as 1 hour. The duration of the Retrospective can be dependent on all of the following EXCEPT :
ALength of the Iteration
BLevel of conflict or controversy
CSize of the team
DSeniority of the Product Owner
Q 5. One of your stakeholder wants more detail than the vision statement provides, but not the overwhelming detail of the release and iteration plans. Which of the following progress report will you share with this stakeholder?
Q 6. According to DeMarco, Fragmented knowledge workers may look busy but a lot of their business is just thrashing. The minimum cost penalty is :
Q 7. The primary task in release planning is assigning stories to iterations, chiefly on the basis of
AValue and Risk
BRisk and Priority
DTeam ability and Value
Q 8. Which of the following correctly defines 'Quantity of Function'?
BExpressed as functionality produced for the time and effort
CExpressed in terms of defect rate
DAmount of effort expended in person-months
Q 9. In XP, the code goes through four levels of completion. Which of the following states the right sequence?
ABroken, Build, Ready for demo, Ready to release
BBuild, Ready for demo, Broken, Ready to release
CBuild, Ready for demo, Ready to release, Broken
DBroken, Build, Ready to release, Ready for demo
Q 10. What are the four key terms by which the iterative part of Agile is defined?
Atimeboxed, releasable, agility and incremental
BIterative, feature-based, timeboxed, and incremental
CFeature-based, timeboxed, agility and incremental
DNone of the above
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