can i retry the PMS 1, with the same subscritption, if i fail it? Or i will need to repay for a new chance?
Tnk a lot,
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You will need to pay again if you want to take the assessment a second time. You can take it as many times as you like, but it's another $150 each attempt.
Hi, thank to all for responses.... but... i'm happy to announce that i passed the PSM-I assessment....
I am planning to take PSM and wanted your input before I do... I have been taking open assessment and every time I mange to get 100% however I find most of the questions repetitive. The open assessment has only 30 questions but the Psm1 will have 80 I believe...
Is open assessment prepares you enough to pass PSM1?
There is no shortage of threads on here about "What to do" in preparation for the PSM1. I passed the other day, by following the advice i found in the forums. I found the steps below to be the most beneficial.
1. Know the Official Scrum Guide in and out. Study it (not just "read") it 3-5 times
2. On Scrum.org, take both the Scrum Open AND the Developer Open, until you consistently hit 100%
3. Download http://mplaza.pm/downloads/Scrum%20Training%20Manual.pdf (which also contains a mock test at the end)
-- The mock test is in my opinion, more difficult than the PSM 1 was, as it gives you actual scenarios and hypothetical situations where you need to act
4. When reading/studying, ensure you fully understand the material, and research any terms/concepts that the aforementioned material does not clarify for you.
5. Actual job experience is a huge plus
The PSM1 certification test is honestly based on your thorough understanding of the material, and the concepts.
There were no tricks or curveball questions. I felt i was thoroughly prepared after doing the things i listed above, and i passed my first time.
i think that the response of Rich is very good.
My case is a little different because i worked before for many years with Scrum (and with Scaling framework), and i think this is the best way to procede: get the certification after a relative period of working with Scurm.
Sure, i used the free assessment tools, but what you need is a deep understand of Scrum, by The Guide, Books and listening speech in international conference.
best luck. Felice