Much like the RelativityOne Certified Pro exam, the review Pro exam does not have any prerequisites, is relatively short with 50 questions, and will only cost $50.
The study guide is only 38 pages, and we expect that a thorough review of that guide together with the RelativityOne Overview training (or some hands-on experience with the platform) should be sufficient to pass.
Where the Certified Pro exam focuses mainly on many of the new features of the platform, the Review Pro exam will be mostly about all aspects of document review, like navigating workspaces and coding documents. It will also be a great introduction to the new Aero UI.
The Review Pro exam can be attempted for free if you participate in this year’s Relativity Fest when you attend three live sessions, a great way to add to your resume for free!
You can apply for the exam on Relativity’s certification tracking page.
Have a look at our complete ediscovery certification guide!
$50 (Free after attending Relativity Fest 2020)
Online or Testing center?
It’s recommended to take the RelativityOne Overview online class.
Maintaining the certificate
The certificate is valid for 12 months and can be renewed by obtaining 6 “Relativity Continuing Education” (RCE) credits.
You must pay for each exam attempts, including retakes.