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Last Post 24 Aug 2012 09:50 PM by Dominik Maximini. 1 Replies.
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Sarah Perry
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24 Aug 2012 08:46 AM
    I took the PSF class this week and I'm reviewing materials to prepare for the assessment. While reviewing the blogs on scrum.org, I noticed that some concepts (although still being taught) have been removed from the official scrum guide. (IE...pigs vs.chickens, release planning & burndown) Is it a fair assumption that those will not be covered in the assessment?
    Dominik Maximini
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    24 Aug 2012 09:50 PM
    The assessments heavily, but not solely focus on the Scrumguide.
    While the Scrumguide is the "rule book" for the game, you are not necessarily a good "player" just because you know them. It is also important to know how to apply those rules in practice. Don't worry too much about the assessment, focus on becoming a good Scrum practitioner. Then you of course have to know about best practices.

    Some more information about assessment preparation can be found here: http://scrumorakel.de/blog/index.ph...ments.html
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