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Student Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

Student Bullet Journal Spread Ideas 

Just like I have done for my past bullet journal blog posts (Ideas for Digital Bullet Journal Spreads, Bullet Journal Fitness and Workout Spread Ideas and Six Weekly Bullet Journal Spreads) I used the GoodNotes app and the PILOT G2 Pen Stylus to create these spreads. The other type of stylus that I use is the Bargain Depot Stylus 2 Pack from Amazon. I like that this stylus comes with extra tips to replace the ones that rip.

These spreads can be used for high school or college students Even though I created them in my digital bullet journal, you can recreate them in a paper bullet journal.

Semester Schedule

Being able to visualize your semester schedule in this formate can be very helpful. Make this spread your own. You can even add in what time you are going to get up, when you want to leave for class, when you are going to go to the gym and when you are going to eat meals. Get creative and add as much or as little to this schedule as you want. Depending on how many hours your schedule includes, you might have room at the bottom to add information about the class. Here I suggested the professor's name, the building and room number for where the class is being held, and the section for the class. 

Assignment Tracker

This is another spread that can be customized to fit your needs. If you have a class that is going to have a lot of little assignments, it might be beneficial to create a separate assignment tracker specific to that class. Another column that could be added to this tracker is submission type. This specifies if the assignment is due on paper or online. To label the different assignments you could continue using the same colors for each class that you used in your semester schedule. 

Professor Information

Having one place where all of your professors' information is ends up being so helpful. I find this to be more practical then going back and looking at the class syllabus. If you have a TA or LA for a class, his or her information can also be included. I carried over the same color coding that was used in the semester schedule. 

Study Timetable

I created a few different ways you could keep track of the number of hours you study for each course. The first one is tracking it by each day. The hours for this tracker can be adjusted to fit your needs. I also carried over the same coloring coding that I used for the rest of the posts (ex. red is Math 104). If you did not want to use the same colors you could use one color per day and just label which hours you studied for each class. The next tracker is more for helping you to reach a goal of studying a certain number of hours per course for the whole week. Again with this tracker I used the same coloring coding I used throughout all of the spreads. The next tracker is more for long term tracking of study hours. In this tracker I showed how you could label the exact number of hours studied and how you could use different colors to signify your different courses. Applying this same idea of longer term tracking I combined the first tracker and the third. This last tracker is set up to mark when  during the day you studied for each course. In this tracker I also added a column for adding up the total number of hours studied each day.

I hope these spreads inspired you to create your own! Happy planning!
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