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PSM II - Assessment

Last post 05:50 pm January 11, 2022 by Anup Kumar Pandey
5 replies
09:29 am December 20, 2018

Hello Everyone,

It's been almost a year since i have achieved "PSM 1 badge".  Going to take PSM II exam in January. I've read so many blogs and posts related to assessment questions. Some blogs say that this exam will contain "essay type" questions and some say only "multiple choice" questions because exam pattern has been changed from 2016.

Please provide details who have taken this exam recently. As this is huge investment, i just want to make sure that i am fully prepared.

10:29 am December 20, 2018

There are no essay style questions on the PSM II.  Essays are on PSM III.

08:17 am January 1, 2022

how i know more about PSM II.  Essays are on PSM III.

07:11 pm January 1, 2022

What you read was about there were only 2 levels, which changed in 2016:… .

I took PSM II recently, it looks very much like PSM I. The content, of course, is next level (pun intended), expect to be challenged.

10:56 am January 3, 2022

Are sample questions of PSM 2 available somewhere to test the level?

11:52 am January 11, 2022

Dear All,

Yesterday i attempted PSM1 exam for the 1st time and unfortunately i couldn't clear the exam. I scored 82.5% and was short by 2.5% :). I was dissapointed earlier but then i realized that i was banking too much upon Open Assesment which i was clearning with 100% marks, what i realized is when you go for test the questions are much more complex then available in open assesment. 

Can someone guide me what material or additional assesments i should refer to clear the exam. Thanks in advance for your suggestions.





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