Broad-based budding = Blastomyces dermatitidis
Narrow-based budding = Cryptococcus neoformans
As far as I'm aware, per imaging, you'll see the budding occur along what appears to be the whole diameter for broad-based, so the widest part of the budding complex is at the axis of cytokinesis.
Don't worry about the imaging for narrow-based. Know that narrow-based budding = Cryptococcus just in case a vignette mentions it, but if they show you an image, it will be a white circular prominent polysaccharidic capsule in surrounding India ink stain, or they'll show you red mucicarmine staining. But also be aware of latex agglutination for Crypto.
Cheers. Will be sure to remind myself of that 4.5 yrs ago.Don't forget that Paracoccidioides brasiliensis is also a narrow-based budding yeast. The difference is that, in this case, there are many buddings in the same cell, i.e., it is a multiple narrow-based budding yeast, unlike Cryptococcus neoformans and Blastomyces dermatitis, which may have only a single budding daughter cell, if any.