Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS)

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I am proud to share with you another recent accomplishment. I passed my Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) Certification with a score of 95%.

I would like to share my journey towards achieving the SPS:

Preparation 

1- Read the Nexus & Scrum Guides and understood everything in details. 

2- Read a lot of additional documents and case studies. 

3- Completed some simulation exams such as Open Scrum & Open Nexus which are available for free on the scrum.org website. 

Exam

1- The exam is 1 Hour and consists of 40 Multiple Choice Questions. 

2- It tests your experience & knowledge beyond the Scrum Guide & Nexus Guides.

3- Lots of questions were scenario based questions. 

4- I found this exam the most difficult out of all the Scrum Certifications that I've completed so far. 

What's Next

I am planning on doing my GPM-b and PMI-RMP Certifications this year if all goes smooth. 

Posted on: February 08, 2018 01:57 AM | Permalink

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That's great Rami, congrats.

Congrats! does one need to take the exam at a designated testing center?
/sd

Congratulations Rami, great achievement.

Thanks Sante, Sromon & Anish.

@Sromon: No, you can do the exam online but it is not easy though.

Thanks for sharing. I hear that all of the exams on www.scrum.org are very difficult.

@Denise: They are for sure not easy exams at all.

Great achievement Rami, that is very inspiring.
Good luck in your upcoming certifications.

I just see this post
Great
Congrats

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