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Summary: ScrumPractice.org is an independent website. ScrumPractice.org offers no guarantees. We adhere to the Scrum Guide but our interpretations may differ from others. We do our best, but keep in mind ScrumPractice.org is a free of charge, spare time project. Don't copy our content or software.

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  1. ScrumPractice.org is an independent website offering you Scrum and Agile practice exams. ScrumPractice.org is not affiliated with any other organizations.
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  3. Though ScrumPractice.org is dedicated to Scrum, our interpretations may differ from those presented by other parties. We believe in the Scrum Guide and do our utmost best to honor the values it represents.
  4. ScrumPractice.org is a labour of love, costing many hours, provided to you free of charge. ScrumPractice.org is maintained in spare time by humans with full-time jobs, families and other responsibilities. We must ask your understanding when issues occur in parts of our services. Again: no claims can be made based on the expected performance of our services. Every effort is made to present you with quality content.
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