Free PMI-ACP® Exam Sample Question 46
What happens to user stories that are not accepted by the customer at the end of a sprint?
A) They are automatically placed into the backlog of the next sprint.
B) They are deleted from the product backlog and dropped from the project.
C) They are placed in the product backlog to be reprioritized.
D) They are rewritten to address the reasons why they were not accepted.
HINT: Do these user stories automatically get placed into the next sprint's backlog or does something else need to occur first?
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Correct Answer: C
User stories that are not accepted by the customer at the end of a sprint are placed in the product backlog to be reprioritized by the customer and/or the product owner.
Reference: Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products, Jim Highsmith, 2004