Entries by Melissa Barber

BrainCanDo featured in The Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph article Exam RG 210519 Read our latest article on revision techniques and our revision guide in The Daily Telegraph today on page 18! You can purchase your exam revision guide for £5, just email info@braincando.com for details.    

BrainCanDo featured in The Independent Schools Magazine

Read our latest article in The Independent Schools Magazine. Julia Harrington Founder and CEO has spent five years building BrainCanDo, here she explains how its work in the field of neuroscience and cognitive psychology positively impact on both staff and students. See the article below or access the whole magazine here Independent Schools Magazine.  BrainCanDo is […]

BrainCanDo featured in The Times newspaper

And here it is… the original article  in The Times newspaper featuring the new BrainCanDo revision guide that stimulated much interest in the media and with parents and students alike.  A very relevant example of how sound evidence-based neuroscience can be applied to optimising young people’s learning and exam success. QAS – Times – exam […]

BrainCanDo’s Exam Revision Guide featured across national radio!

Julia Harrington, BrainCanDo’s Founder and CEO gave a flurry of radio interviews across the BBC national and regional programmes talking about our bran new Exam Revision Guide. We featured across these stations in just one day! 18 March 2019 Channel 5 (Jeremy Vine) studio discussion (am) 18 March 2019 Live interview JH, Radio 5 (am) […]

BrainCanDo’s New Revision Guide

  Is sniffing a lemon the secret to exam success..?@Iromg | https://t.co/sv3MZUm41c pic.twitter.com/8BVNO21Ape — talkRADIO (@talkRADIO) March 18, 2019 Our BrainCanDo guide takes you through evidence based revision techniques, to maximise your studying and retention of information for exams. Available to buy,price £5. Please email info@braincando.com with you name, contact number and address to order […]

BrainCanDo welcomes local students to its first Educational Partnership Day

BrainCanDo invited students from Reading Girls’ School and Reading School with an interest in STEM-related careers to join our students at its first Educational Partnership Day this week, aimed at extending BrainCanDo’s neuroscience and psychology research to local schools for regional benefit. The event included an invigorating series of integrative neuroscience based workshops; learning and […]