Can I Get the Questions and Answers from My Professional-Level Assessment?
After you complete one of our Professional-Level Assessments, you will automatically be sent a feedback summary.
To protect the integrity of the certification process, Scrum.org does not share information about the specific questions that were answered correctly or incorrectly. This is in-line with industry standards that have been set for testing and certification bodies including Project Management Institute (PMI), Microsoft and The College Board SAT Testing for example.
View an example Scrum.org Assessment Results Email
We provide detailed feedback with specific questions and answers on the Scrum Open Assessment to help people grow their knowledge of Scrum. We are unable to provide the same level of transparency for our professional-level assessments, because we feel that doing so could inhibit learning. This is why we provide feedback in the form of a bar graph depicting how well you scored in each category, so you can better focus your studies in the areas you are weakest in.
We highly suggest that you refer to the subject areas score breakdown (bar graph) that was provided in the feedback summary email. This bar graph displays how well you scored in each of the subject areas on the assessment.
We encourage you to then navigate to and review the Subject Areas page available on our website:
- PSM Subject Areas
- PSPO Subject Areas
- PSD Subject Areas
- SPS Subject Areas
- PSK Subject Areas
- PAL Subject Areas
You may then wish to reference the suggested reading materials in order to further improve in those areas that need strengthening, as depicted by your results. These steps should greatly help in guiding your future studies and in building your Scrum knowledge and understanding in the areas where you scored lower on the assessment.