Categories: Agile, Career Development, Communication Management, New Practitioners, Project Management, Scrum
I am proud to share with you another accomplishment. I passed my Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO I) Certification with a score of 92.5%.
I would like to share my journey towards achieving the PSPO I:
1- Read the Scrum Guide and understood everything in details.
2- Read some additional documents and articles like the Evidence Based Management (EBM) Guide and a very interesting article called: The New New Product Owner. Both are available online for free.
3- Completed some simulation exams such as Open Scrum & Open Product Owner which are available for free on the scrum.org website.
4- Total study time was 3 days (Average 3 Hours / Day) because more or less it is the same concepts and material I used for the PSM I Exam but with lots of additional material and articles.
1- The exam is 1 Hour and consists of 80 Multiple Choice Questions.
2- It tests your experience & knowledge beyond the Scrum Guide.
3- Majority of the questions were of moderate difficulty. A lot of questions were situational questions, others were straight forward.
If you are applying for the PSM I Certification, and willing to purse this road, I would definitely advise you to apply for the PSPO I shortly afterwards because as I mentioned earlier, more or less, the study material is the same and combined with your work experience, it should not take a lot of time to prepare.