[PMSCHOOL.VN] FREE PMI-ACP® MOCK TEST / THI THỬ PMI-ACP® MIỄN PHÍ
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PMI-ACP® MOCK TEST / ĐỀ THI THỬ
1. What characteristic will your agile team look for in choosing their tools?
1 point
2. What would be the best way to make sure your team understands what the customer is looking for?
1 point
3. You see that in the last month your team's throughput has gone up but their cycle time remains the same as the previous month. What must have happened?
1 point
4. Your team is closely following the XP methodology. What is one of their regular practices?
1 point
5. What would be most useful for identifying the most important risks early in the project?
1 point
6. Adam’s main job is developing e-Learning courses, but he also helps out when there are production bottlenecks, and he can even assist the testing team if needed. Adam's function on the team would be best described as a:
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7. Your team is using test-driven development. How would you describe their approach?
1 point
8. Your team is five iterations into a project that is planned to have two releases of eight iterations each when the product owner suddenly barges into the team space and says he needs to know right away whether the team will deliver all the features on time for the second release date. He's done this before, and you're in the middle of debugging a tricky part of the user interface, so you just respond curtly:
1 point
9. What wouldn't be a helpful comment in a daily stand-up meeting?
1 point
10. When your team refers to their “cycle time,” what do they mean?
1 point
11. Looking at the ranked user stories in your team's backlog, you notice that the last user story that is included in the minimal viable product involves building Feature E. What is likely to happen to this feature?
1 point
12. The project sponsor asks the team leader to present some key performance indicators to show how the project is faring in terms of progress and the schedule. In presenting this data, what would the team leader be least likely to share with the sponsor?
1 point
13. Which of the following is least likely to be enhanced by improving your emotional intelligence?
1 point
14. On an agile project, having the business representative prioritize the backlog is an example of:
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15. You've found a more efficient way to analyze the lab test results that you and your teammates are evaluating in the current spike. What's the most efficient way to share this information with the other developers?
1 point
16. Your Kanban team has been struggling to stay productive, and you're concerned that the key product functionality won't be ready when the customer needs it. As the team lead, what should you do?
1 point
17. There will be an iteration planning meeting tomorrow to determine which user stories from the backlog should be worked on in the next iteration. Who is updating the backlog for that event?
1 point
18. As a team coach, when should you focus on coaching the team members individually?
1 point
19. You are a member of a typical Scrum development team. Which statement about you and your teammates is true?
1 point
20. Your team is trying agile for the first time. Since they aren't sure how agile works, they are closely following the Scrum approach and practices. Which level of skill mastery is this?
1 point
21. To help understand their stakeholders better, a team may use personas. What might a persona represent in this context?
1 point
22. What could you say to a team member who doesn’t understand why an agile team would want to use earned value management metrics?
1 point
23. Your team is new to agile, and it's taking them some time to learn how stand-ups work. In the last meeting, a team member asked something and you had to explain that this wasn't a question for the stand-up. What did they ask?
1 point
24. How can your agile team prevent a gap between what the customer wants and what you build for them?
1 point
25. In modeling the solution that your agile team will be building, what should you focus on?
1 point
26. Your team is using test-driven development. You have written the code and run the tests, but the tests have failed. What should you do next?
1 point
27. You've been asked to coach a team that is just switching to agile. In introducing them to key agile concepts, you explain that:
1 point
28. Your teammates aren't sure what "risk severity" means. You explain that:
1 point
29. As ScrumMaster, which model would be most helpful for assessing your new team's growing proficiency with using the Scrum practices you have been teaching them?
1 point
30. How would you explain the idea of a timebox to your team?
1 point
31. The customer has ranked four of the product features according to business value, as shown in the four answer options. Which feature should the team work on first, assuming that there are no complicating factors such as dependencies?
1 point
32. What wouldn't be one of your goals for managing stakeholders?
1 point
33. What would be the most valuable outcome of an iteration review?
1 point
34. Which of the following issues would not lend itself to exploration with a spike?
1 point
35. The people on your team all have different ideas of what the product increment should look like in order to be most useful to the end user. Who will decide this question?
1 point
36. The product owner has identified the business value of four user stories as follows: Story A is valued at $3,980, Story B is valued at $3,840, Story C is valued at $11,900, and Story D is valued at $13,240. Of these four stories, what is the customer's top priority?
1 point
37. What is planning like on an agile project?
1 point
38. When your team is in the Storming stage, what do they need most from you, as their leader?
1 point
39. Which of the following is the least important characteristic to keep in mind when preparing a persona?
1 point
40. What would be a good way for your team to come to a collaborative decision after debating the options?
1 point
41. Which statement describes agile contracting most accurately?
1 point
42. When would you plan to coach your team as a group?
1 point
43. When would it be more helpful to use a burnup chart than a burndown chart to track your team's progress?
1 point
44. What is one way to get better decisions on an agile project?
1 point
45. When your team creates a value stream map they will:
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46. Your lead designer comes down with the flu and misses three days of work, causing a drop in the team’s velocity for the iteration. This change can be attributed to:
1 point
47. There are eight people on the team, and although they often help out with each other's work, they are seated according to their main roles. On the west side of the room, Abeni and Uwe are pair programmers who work at one big desk, with several computers. On the south side of the room, Arne and Lee handle the testing. On the east side of the room are the desks for the design and analysis people, Elek, Jorge, Kaatje, and Anand. The north wall is used for the team's information radiators. It also has a small open area for the team's stand-up meetings, and the door to a small room that's used for private calls or one-on-one meetings. What does this describe?
1 point
48. Your team is tracking their "escaped defects." What are they trying to monitor?
1 point
49. As an agile leader, you want to create a project environment in which the team members:
1 point
50. An agile team is planning the tools they will use for their project. They are debating how they should show what work is in progress. Of the following options, what are they most likely to select?
1 point
51. What metric should your team use to track its velocity?
1 point
52. What tool would your team use to radiate their work in progress to stakeholders?
1 point
53. Your team is debating whether they will need to upgrade to a new platform. What would be a good way to learn more about this issue?
1 point
54. What do product feedback methods help us do?
1 point
55. Your team is trying to identify and define the risks that are involved in your new project. What technique or practice could help you do this?
1 point
56. In the iteration review meeting, the team and the product owner are engaged in a "requirements review." This term is another word for what?
1 point
57. Which agile practice is the best example of two-way communication?
1 point
58. Why would your team want to add a risk burndown graph to their information radiators?
1 point
59. In test-driven development:
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60. In a story writing workshop, the team is evaluating the user story "As marketing manager I want an online store, so that I can increase sales." What would you say?
1 point
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