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10 seats reserved for students from Sierra Vista, Jeffrey Trail, Solon, Mason Middle School, and others. Teachers can reserve seats for their students by obtaining a free code at


Learn neuroscience theory, practice neuroanatomical and histological identification, MRI analysis, and patient case diagnosis. Additionally, gain access to exclusive notes and study tips and habits to ensure success in the competition. This course is taught by a top three national winner in the USA Brain Bee, and is good for any Brain Bee competitor or just anyone interested in neuroscience.

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Recommended for 7th grade to 9th grade. Basic knowledge of biology is recommended.


This course is meant for high-achieving students looking to perform well in competitions such as Science Olympiad, AMC, Brain Bee, FIRST Robotics, etc. Level 1 is for students brand-new or fairly unfamiliar with the subject. Students will learn the general facts they need to understand and advance in the subject. Level 2 is fast-paced learning for experienced students. This course builds off of already present knowledge to help students prepare for a competitive setting.


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Session 1: 1/11-3/29, Tuesday 7-8 PM ET

Session 1: 1/11-3/29, Tuesday 7-8 PM ET


Sehej Bindra

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology @ UC Berkeley

Megan Kwok

UK Biology Olympiad Gold Medalist

Tanush Paradeshi

Brain Bee National Finalist

Ruhaan Sahni

Teaching Assistant @ Princeton International School of Math and Science

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