The Professional Scrum with User Experience I (PSU I) assessment is a 60-minute timeboxed assessment. You need to score over 85% to pass and gain the PSU I certification. The assessment contains 60 questions in English of multiple choice type.

You decide when and where to take the assessment. You are not required to attend an assessment centre and can take it online from a location of your choosing. There is no expiration date once you have purchased the assessment attempt.

Further details on what to expect from the assessment can be found on the PSU I assessment page.

Here are some tips on taking (and passing) the Professional Scrum with User Experience I (PSU I) assessment and gaining certification:

Ideally, attend a Professional Scrum With User Experience course.An alternative lower-cost way to gain the knowledge you need is with our Ultimate Scrum & Agile eLearning courses. Take our Ultimate Scrum With User Experience Course to learn more about Scrum with User Experience.Refresh your knowledge of Scrum. Read the Scrum Guide again as a minimum. You will need to understand the fundamentals of Scrum in order to see how it can work together with Lean UX, without undermining either approach.Download our free Scrum 1 Pager. It’s great for reference and revision of the core Scrum concepts.Take’s Free Scrum With User Experience I (PSU I) Practice Assessment.Take’s Ultimate Scrum With User Experience I (PSU I) Practice Assessment. This offers more practice questions and is the best and most comprehensive practice assessment available. It is 5-star rated and has been used by thousands of people.Read some of Jeffs Gothelf’s blog posts including:
Here is how UX Design Integrates with Agile and Scrum
5 Rules for Integrating UX with Agile and Scrum
Defining value: the most ambiguous word in product developmentRead Lean UX: Designing Great Products with Agile Teams by Jeff Gothelf. Jeff was the co-creator of the course so the material in this book covers many of the concepts covered in the assessment. This is especially important if you have not attended a course.

When you are ready to take the assessment:

Have the Scrum Guide, Scrum Glossary and our Scrum 1 Pager to hand and use them to look up what you need.Answer all the questions even if you have to make an educated guess. The assessment is not negatively marked.Read the questions and answers carefully. One word misread can lead you to the wrong answer.Don’t spend too long on each question. If unsure of an answer, note down the question number and move on. Completing all the questions in the timebox can be challenging.Be aware of the difference between “must” (a mandatory thing) and “should” (an optional thing).Make sure you select the required number of answers as the platform will not prompt you. Choosing only 1 answer on a “Pick 2” style question is a quick way to drop points.Come back to the hard questions at the end and use your time to think them over.Aim to leave time to check all your answers before the end.Google the question if really unsure, but be careful as this takes time and there are lots of unreliable sources out there.

You can resit the assessment if you need to, but you will need to purchase another attempt from The only exception to this is if you attend a Professional Scrum with User Experience course, and then fail the PSU I assessment within 14 days of completing the course. In this case, will provide you with a 2nd free attempt.

I hope this information will help you to pass. Let me know how you get on via the comments below and good luck!


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