Pretty soon after the start I was not only fascinated but also convinced of the added value of Ken Schwaber’s new initiative/platform Scrum.org to promote Scrum. I enthusiastically registered and took the Open Scrum Assessment in January 2010, and succeeded. In the mean time over 2500 people took the assessment. Check out the consolidated scores.
After much hesitations and doubts I decided to take the next step and go for the Professional Scrum Master I assessment. Although my score (94%) shows my knowledge is ‘acceptable’, meaning I made it, I understand why some answers are marked as ‘error’ but I would still defend my choice.