Become Certified for Neo4j Graph Data Science

The Neo4j Graph Data Science Library enables data scientists to execute graph algorithms that operate on the nodes and relationships in a graph.

Become Certified in Neo4j Graph Data Science

Now is the perfect time to show your employer, customers and colleagues that you are an expert in the Neo4j Graph Data Science Library.

Take the Neo4j Graph Data Science Certification exam right now, and you’ll be done in 60 minutes or less.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to take the exam?

No cost – it’s completely free!

What areas are tested in the exam?

The Neo4j Graph Data Science Certification exam tests you in the following areas:

  • General use of the Neo4j Graph Data Science Library.

  • Graph Data Science workflow used during analysis.

  • Using specific graph algorithms.

How long is the exam?

The exam includes 40 questions in 60 minutes.

What score do I need in order to pass?

You must score 80% or above in order to be certified.

Can I retake the exam?

Yes, if you fail to achieve an 80% score, you can retake the certification exam later after learning a bit more about the Graph Data Science Library. Note that you can retake the exam after a 24-hour period.

Will I get a certificate document?

Yes, you will receive an email with a link to your certificate to print or save that indicates your achievement.

Where can I learn the required skills?

Any of the following are great resources for learning the skills you need for the Neo4j Graph Data Science Certification:

These free online training courses teach you how to use Cypher and Neo4j:

These free online training courses teach you how to use the algorithms and workflow of the Neo4j Graph Data Science Library:

Here are other resources you can use to prepare for the certification exam:

Are there other types of free Neo4j certifications available?

If you have questions around the Neo4j Certification Program, please send us an email to certification@neo4j.com.

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