Professional Scrum Product Owner II
Prove Your Advanced Knowledge of Product Ownership
The Professional Scrum Product Owner™ level II (PSPO II) assessment is available to anyone who has passed the PSPO I assessment and wishes to demonstrate his or her ability to apply the Scrum framework to solving complex problems regarding product ownership in the real world. Those that pass the assessment will receive the industry recognized PSPO II Certification as an indication of their advanced knowledge and abilities pertaining to Scrum and the role of the Scrum Product Owner.
Anyone attempting the PSPO II should have in-depth Scrum and Product Owner experience and have taken the Professional Scrum Product Owner course prior to taking this assessment. However, attending a course is not sufficient for certification. The PSPO II assessment is very difficult, and consists of multiple-choice questions, case study questions, and essays.
Prepare for the Assessment
The PSPO assessments are grounded in the Professional Scrum Product Owner subject areas. The assessment is exhaustive and rigorous. Many questions ask you to think about or interpret the meaning from the Scrum Guide, apply content from the PSPO subject areas, and in some cases, apply your own experience. Find additional information to help you prepare for the PSPO Assessment and ways to learn about Scrum.
The cost of PSPO II is $500. See more details below.
Professional Scrum Product Owner II Details
- Fee: $500
- Passing score: 85%
- Time limit: 120 minutes
- Format: Multiple Choice and essay
- Difficulty: Advanced
- Language: English only
- PSPO Subject Areas
- Required course: None
- Recommended course: Professional Scrum Product Owner
- Ways to Learn More to help you prepare
- Required assessment: PSPO I (must pass)
- Practice assessments: Scrum Open and Product Owner Open
If you pass the PSPO II assessment you will receive the industry-recognized "PSPO II" certification, along with a PSPO II logo that you can use to identify your achievement. In addition, your name will be listed on Scrum.org.
Unlike other Scrum certifications that require only class attendance, Scrum.org certification requires a minimum score on an online assessment. This gives Scrum.org certification teeth and ensures that it has true value in the marketplace.