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How can I prepare for PSM II exam?

Last post 12:00 pm May 29, 2015 by Eduardo Rodrigues Sucena
3 replies
09:07 am April 30, 2015

Hi All,

I found that the references mentioned for both PSM I and PSM II are the same.

I already read all these books and passed my PSM I with a good mark.

What should I do next to prepare for PSM II exam ?


07:50 am May 26, 2015

Hi Ahmad,

Although I have not written the PSM 2 yet, however I intend to do it sooner. so I can say that I am a co-sailer with you on this boat :).

I like to share what I am following. I am regressively re-viewing and re-readin everything once again. There are some books that are recommended on this site.

As I understand, PSM II questions expects one to write subjectively as well, I am rehearsing to write as well.. my own understanding on a topic from the Scrum Guide. This helps me to rephrase things in my own words.

I hope this gives you a new dimension .. wish you a very good luck ! I wish PSM II was not that expensive. :) not the technicality of the exam but the cost of it makes me bit nervous .. :) - on lighter note. :)

Best Regards,


11:19 am May 29, 2015

I have read this question a few times, but I have not seen an answer yet. It remains a mystery

12:00 pm May 29, 2015

Ahmad, i wrote an article yesterday in order to help people in this situation.

Its a review of an material focused on the PSM I Exam Preparation:

PSM I Simulated Exam Review

I hope it will help you.

Eduardo Rodrigues Sucena

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