Passed PSM III exam
Dear scrum community,
today I passed the PSM III exam. That would not have been possible without the great scrum.org community! Thank you very much for writing the awesome blog post, asking questions and answering patiently.
Thanks for the great support,
Maybe you can share some informations how you prepared for the exam and how you woudl adapt.
it will be good if you share your experience of this journey.
A great way to start 2018! Scrum on.
Hello Nils and Shailesh,
Basically I continued how I studied for the psm II exam, like studying blog post, forum posts, books and of course the scrum guide. After a while I found the following very interesting page:
And since I knew there are 34 questions of this type I got very scared. I was confident that I could answer question like this quite good but not in this small time box. Hence, I started practicing this by asking myself a lot of similar question based on the psm open questions and tried to write down the answer as quick as possible. At the end this help me a lot but still it was very very tough for me To finish in time.
Hopfully this little inside on how I “practiced” for the exam will help you guys.
thank you! That helps a lot.
Congratulations and thanks for sharing your tips.
Congratulations! What an outstanding accomplishment!
I started practicing this by asking myself a lot of similar question based on the psm open questions and tried to write down the answer as quick as possible.
Simon, do you still have these questions, and would you be willing to share them?
I (and presumably others) would find these useful.
@ Simon Mayer. Unfortunately not. But I think most of all I have learned, about scrum and not typing, by formulate this questions.
Congratulations Simon, i aspire to have the PSM III Certification one day!
Congrat, Simon! May I have a question for you? I also took the test 10 days ago, but it still "requires grading", how long did it take for you to get the grading?
@TruongSinh If I remember correctly about 10 days. So you should get the results soon. I wish you best of luck!
pls suggest top 3 books that helped you nail PSM3? Thanks.