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How to taste the difference between California Chardonnay and White Burgundy
Journey through the verdant vineyards of Bourgogne (Burgundy) to meet the four main styles of chardonnay and how they compare with a California chardonnay.
How to banish your stress with an NCLEX study plan (and other advice)
Brainscape and Justine Buick, the NCLEX Tutor, explore all the ways nurses can reduce their exam stress, including a solid NCLEX study plan.
How to get a job in wine with the WSET Level 1 qualification
The WSET Level 1 wine exam is the gateway to a rewarding career in wine and in this article, we’ll explore the job opportunities available to you.
5 Questions to ask your sommelier so you can sound smart
Brainscape teamed up with wine expert Sarah Looper to come up with the best questions to ask your sommelier to get the perfect bottle of wine.
How to study for the WSET Level 1 exam more efficiently
The ultimate guide on how to study for the WSET Level 1 exam more efficiently, with all the tricks and study hacks you need to pass with distinction.
Tools for teachers: ready-made flashcards for students
Calling all educators! If you're looking for ready-made flashcards for your students, then look no further than Brainscape. We're here to help.
The secret to learning more while studying less: adaptive learning
Become more efficient with your study time: use adaptive learning techniques. These tips will help you learn more while studying less.
The learning styles myth: why learning styles may not matter
Do people really learn in different ways? Turns out it's not that simple. Here's the case against the importance of auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning styles.
Do snoozers really lose? Can naps boost creativity and memory?
Looking for another reason to catch some extra ZZZs? We break down how naps can benefit your studying and performance.
Can binaural beats actually help you learn better?
Can you improve concentration with Binaural beats? This frequency allegedly helps you concentrate, learn, and remember. Learn the truth here!
The costs vs benefits of using educational games with students
Educational games should be challenging, fun, and, well... educational. Teachers should be careful to balance "fun" against productivity.