Red Hat’s RHCE (EX294) is a hands-on exam that tests real skills of Linux engineers. The exam verifies that experienced Linux administrators can work with a wide range of services that are commonly used on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The Red Hat Certified Systems Administrator (RHCSA) exam is a prerequisite to taking the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) exam. Although it is not required to have passed the RHCSA exam before taking the RHCE exam, the RHCE certificate will only be granted to those who have also passed the RHCSA exam (EX200). It is also possible to take both exams on the same day.

Exam Details:

Type of Questions: The EX294 consists of hands-on assignments. These assignments mimic real tasks that administrators of Red Hat Enterprise Linux servers deal with on a daily basis in their professional environments. The candidate works on a real Red Hat system, to pass the exam a sufficient amount of assignments has to be completed successfully.
Number of questions: There are between 10 and 15 hands-on assignments.
Passing Score: 210 out of 300
Time Limit: 3 hours 30 minutes
How to Register: Registration goes through
Notice that in some geographic areas, registration for the exam only goes through Red Hat authorized training centers.

As you read and prepare for this exam, here is a complete exam objectives. Please check deatils syllabus in attached pdf file.