The PMI-ACP (Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner) designation is one of the leading certifications globally. The PMI developed it to certify that people are well versed in the Agile Methodology for executing projects. After the PMP (Project Management Professional,) it is one of the most popular and recognized certifications today and well worth obtaining. However, agile Practitioners must meet specific prerequisites established by the PMI, which include:
- Secondary degree
- 21 contact hours of agile practices training
- Twelve months of general project experience within the last five years. Possession of a PMP or PgMP can satisfy this requirement.
- Eight months of agile project experience within the last three years
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PMI ACP Exam Questions Agile and Scrum Certification Online
These requirements are based on the PMI website: https://www.pmi.org/certifications/agile-acp
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Question 1: the following characteristics EXCEPT define High-uncertainty Projects
- Clear procedures
- Highly complex
- Undergo many changes
Question 2: Your organization has asked you to transition from traditional project management to a more agile approach. However, most staff members are well-versed and attached to the concept of baselines being crucial components of any project. Therefore, one of the first tasks will be to instruct the staff into the Agile way of viewing baselines, which is:
- Focus on scope, but disregard schedule and budget.
- Continue to focus on meeting established baselines.
- Baselines are often an artifact of attempted prediction.
- The baselines are part of the backlog.
Question 3: Your current project is experiencing some scheduling concerns; therefore, you decide to use an Agile tool that enables and facilitates improvements to the workflow by allowing team members to visualize bottlenecks and work quantities. This tool is known as:
- Kaizen event board
- Murder board
- Kanban board
- Hoshin Kanri
Question 4: The previous manager was reassigned to work on a new project, and you have been asked to fill his role. On your first day, you learn that the team is in the middle of discussing the acceptance criteria for the project’s deliverable (work product.) They will also create tests, which will allow them to write just enough code and automated tests to meet the criteria already established. They are executing the following technical practice:
- Test at all levels
- Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD)
- Test-Driven Development (TDD)
- Acceptance Criteria Driven Testing (ACDT)
Question 5: The practice of creating and developing cross-functional teams, which not only promotes synergy but also allows organizations to leverage their staff to optimize the project being executed and the product being created, is known as:
- Projectized approach
- Delivering in Agile
- Overcoming organizational silos
PMI ACP Exam Questions Agile and Scrum
Question 1: answer a). Section 2.1, page 7, Agile Practice Guide
Question 2: answer c). Section 5.4.1, page 61, Agile Practice Guide
Question 3: answer c). Glossary, page 152, Agile Practice Guide
Question 4: answer b). Section 5.2.7, page 56, Agile Practice Guide
Question 5: answer d). Section 4.3.7, page 47, Agile Practice Guide