The PSM2 is a highly recognised Scrum qualification that not only tests and develops you as a Scrum Master, but the learnings from preparing for this exam adds tremendous value to your teams and the organisations you practise in.
Passing PSM 1 is not a prerequisite to PSM2, but is highly recommended. The PSM1 requires you to know What does Scrum Say? As per the Scrum guide: https://scrumguides.org/index.html
PSM2, on the other hand, requires you to apply that knowledge in real-world scenarios.
Important to note: If you want to move on towards an application to become a Professional Scrum Trainer, you need a passing score of 95% on PMS1 and 90% on PSM2.
Getting time is challenging, yes, but not impossible. I found it best to take out 2 hours early morning before the day gets busy. But when you do it, it is entirely up to you. JUST DO IT! 🙂
I’ve put together a Backlog on Miro with all the learning paths and links you require. You are welcome to duplicate and use it to fit your needs.
Access the link below, duplicate the board in order to edit and use it as a planning tool to pass PSM2.
The content in the backlog covers all the learning paths as you will find on Scrum.Org and is also listed below :
The PSM2 is a highly recognised Scrum qualification that not only tests and develops you as a Scrum Master, but the learnings from preparing for this exam adds tremendous value to your teams and the organisations you practise in. It is not an easy exam and with a passing score of 85%, it requires you to not only have the scrum theory running through your veins but also have the necessary hands-on experience to know how to implement this in practice. This is one of the reasons it is so highly sought after in the industry.
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