PMI-ACP® Online Test

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1. As the team members learn about their new project, they realize that both the uncertainty of technology needed to develop the product as well as the uncertainty of project requirements are so high that the team doesn’t even know where to start.

What should an agile practitioner recommend?


2. An agile team has limited wall space to be used to indicate the project progress or status, so they are debating whether to use a software tool for which their company has an unlimited user license, or whether to use their wall space to display post-it notes or index cards that reflect what they are currently working on. What should they do?


3. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the company asked an agile practitioner to explain why using agile project management methods is more beneficial than using traditional project management methods, specifically how return on investment (ROI) can be improved. Which of the following responses would be most appropriate?


4. An agile team is using the acceptance test-driven development (ATDD) approach in their project. Which of the following would the team ideally be doing?


5. A company is considering removing an experienced scrum master from their current high-performing team to help other agile teams within the organization to leverage their scrum knowledge. What advice would an agile practitioner give to the company’s management?


6. During iteration planning, the product owner meets with the project stakeholders to determine the criteria by which a given product backlog item will be judged as a success or failure by the project stakeholders so the product owner can effectively communicate these criteria to the development team.

What will be the output of this discussion?


7. The product owner wants to assign users stories for the next iteration. The customer tells the product owner which user stories hold the highest value, while the product owner indicates which have the highest risk level and dependencies on other user stories. By the end of the meeting; they have a prioritized list of user stories in the product backlog, the most important of which will be discussed in the next iteration planning meeting.

What process have the product owner and the customer just performed?


8. An agile team is having difficulty optimizing the flow of information and materials required to complete a process. One of the team members recalled an exercise that was used to help improve the process by providing the context of the process and its importance.

Which of the following tools or techniques will allow the team to see the big picture, verify and question assumptions, as well as deliver value?


9. As an agile best practice, under what circumstances can a team re-estimate the size or level of effort it takes to complete a user story during an iteration?


10. An agile project manager is trying to get buy-in from his company’s senior management team to use an agile approach for some upcoming projects. He wants to use the MoSCoW prioritization scheme as an example of an agile tool to illustrate to senior management how customers can easily prioritize which features should be included in each release of the product being developed.

What does MoSCoW stand for in terms of its relationship as a prioritization scheme based on customer value?


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