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Other book for study?

Last post 12:26 am January 15, 2014 by Ian Mitchell
1 reply
11:05 pm January 14, 2014

Hi guys,

I must recognize that I have a little fear about PSM I exam, because each day I'm seeing more people writting and sharing their experiences (not passing the PSM I exam with a lot of experience, even several persons with years of experience in Scrum world).

I'm getting 100% in Open Assessments, but really I'm not sure if I'm getting the max score by knowledge or because I finished learning of memory ...

Already I saw this topic and I read all articles / videos:

Note: Scum guide also was read by me in my native language and english too.

My company have an agreement with a great library / books source where I found the following book:

Software in 30 Days: How Agile Managers Beat the Odds, Delight Their Customers, and Leave Competitors In the Dust
by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland
John Wiley & Sons © 2012 (194 pages)

I think that by the year may be no will be updated at current Scrum Guide.

I don't have experience in Scrum for the same reason I'm trying to study very hard in order to get my PSM I exam and try to find future experiences here, for the same reason I'm trying to get extra resources / materials in order to prepare correctly my exam.

Really appreciate your feedback.

12:26 am January 15, 2014

> I'm getting 100% in Open Assessments, but
> really I'm not sure if I'm getting the max score
> by knowledge or because I finished learning of memory

Each question in the PSM Open Assessment carries an explanation of why an available answer is right or wrong. I'd suggest going through the assessment again, and if you have any doubts at all about any of the explanations given, or why one answer is better than another, ask about them on this forum.

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