Brain Bee Contest Training

i’m Brain Bee is the premier neuroscience competition for teenagers that tests their knowledge of the nervous system. The mission of Brain Bee is to motivate students to learn about brains and to inspire them to pursue careers in neuroscience.

The competition, which operates in over 70 regional and 30 national locations, starts at the local level, which is typically from January to March in the U.S.. Each local competition sends their winner to the National level to compete with the other finalists for the championship spot, typically in April. The winners of the National level then have the opportunity to represent their country at the International Brain Bee.

Students are tested on all areas of neuroscience, including brain functions like sensation, movement, intelligence, and consciousness, research techniques, patient diagnosis skills, histopathological analysis and neuroanatomical identification. Most local competitions are formatted as a written test, an oral test, or both. Higher levels are more advanced with labs and mock patients.

SpringLight Standard Brain Bee  class will prepare students for neuroscience topics that are covered at the Brain Bee. Classes will consist of interactive learning sessions with practice questions and mock exams. Students will also have homework assigned after each class.

Class time: Saturday; 8/5 to 10/28/2022; 4-6pm (PT), 7-9pm(ET), 

Tuition: $850 for the 13 weeks 2 hours course

No prerequisites

For 7th - 12th graders. Motivated 6th graders are encouraged.

Check the courses' detailed information click Standard Brain Bee.


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Veda Dayananda is fascinated by everything scientific, especially neuroscience and biomedical research. In 8th grade, she was the youngest champion of the Atlanta Brain Bee and represented Georgia at the U.S. National Brain Bee, where she placed 4th. Veda enjoys tutoring students in neuroscience. She founded and currently leads the Youth Neuroscience Association of Charlotte, a community for high schoolers to meet at UNC Charlotte to explore the wonders of the brain. In school, she takes college courses in science and math; in freshman year, she scored a 5 in AP Biology. In her spare time, Veda enjoys classical piano, painting, and tennis.

How to attend the Brain Bee Contest?
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