We are nearing the end of August, which means that many people are going back to school! I really wish that I had discovered bullet journaling when I was in university, because I would have been so much more organized. In this post I’ve compiled a bunch of bullet journal ideas for students, in the hopes that you will find something that makes your university experience more organized and productive.
Bullet Journal Ideas for Students
A great idea when you get your class syllabus’ is to put all of your assignment/test deadlines in one place. That way, you can keep track of all of the important dates in the semester in one place – and will allow you to better delegate your time!
Interested in how you are spending all of your time? Track how long you are studying for each class – that way if you see one course is lacking, you can re-evaluate and try and spend more time on it.
Keep track of all of the grades you receive in tests and assignments so that you aren’t surprised when you receive your final grade at the end of the semester.
It’s a good idea to keep one page in your journal as a semester overview of sorts, like the example photo above! Reference pages are good pages.
Creating a study plan at the beginning of the semester, and putting in the effort to follow it, could be the difference between that B+ and A!
I like the idea of creating a class timetable, these are especially useful to reference for your first couple weeks of classes as you are falling into a routine.
As a student, you probably aren’t rolling in money. It’s important to keep track of all of your student loans and expenses. That you can budget your money wisely until the end of the semester.
What do you use your bullet journal for as a student? Let me know below in the comments!