This time, I participated in a 2 day crash course given by agile coach Pawel Mysliwiec of Pyxis. The course was in French. It was much better than studying alone. It was fun to meet like minded Scrum practitioners.
I took the test April 9, 2017 and passed. My Score was 74 points (or 92.5%)
Keep doing the open assessments until you consistently get 100% every time
Keep doing the open assessments until you’ve seen every possible question.
The day before doing the test, take the time to create a single open assessments master document. Copy, paste (and study) all the information from all the open assessment summaries into the master document. When creating your master document avoid duplicate questions. Having to search through duplicates will slow you down.
Ignore any resource that doesn’t come from Scrum.org
When you’re ready, pay money to do the test, use your Recoll index to search for help when you don’t know an answer.
Doing Scrum, or Pretending to Do Scrum? Scrum’s relentless reality checks expose dysfunctional constraints in individuals, teams, and organizations. Many people claiming to do Scrum modify the parts that require breaking through organizational impediments and end up robbing themselves of most of the benefits.