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PSM1 Exam format - Revisiting questions
Last Post 30 Oct 2013 03:56 AM by Patricia Kong. 3 Replies.
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Amit Uchat
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28 Oct 2013 02:35 PM
    SCRUM assessment has non intuitive way to revisit previous questions like no question number in front of actual questions.
    Is it pretty much same with actual exam or is it better / intuitive user experience to revisit answered questions.
    I answer some questions with a revisit note and I like to know how revisit UX is presented ?
    My concern is not waste too much time in discovering how it works at the time of taking an exam.

    Prabhu Missier
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    28 Oct 2013 06:58 PM
    You can revisit all the questions but there wasn't any way to go back to any specific question. Maybe there's a way, I didn't spend too much time researching the UI
    Amit Uchat
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    29 Oct 2013 11:59 AM
    Can someone from scrum.org shade light on the process of revisiting questions in actual exam ?
    Patricia Kong
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    30 Oct 2013 03:56 AM
    Hello Amit and Puabhu, our current testing system is not ideal in that you cannot go to specific questions. We're aware of that and in the process of transitioning to a new platform. Also, in terms of results feedback, Scrum.org does not provide specific questions you got wrong. We provide sections to improve, in hopes that you do learn and improve, and also, we want to protect the integrity of the test. If you have more questions, please email support@scrum.org. Hope this helps! Patricia
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