Ah, college life. The time where you learn how to adult, aka being responsible for your studies while still making time to have a little fun.
Can’t really speak from experience to guide you on the latter because I was a sheltered, nerdy kid, but for keeping up with school, I have these perfect spread ideas for your bullet journal for university and college.
Let’s start the show and tell.
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- Japanese graph paper notebook* perfect for notetaking
- Throwback to elementary school days and the teacher rewards chart stickers* because you can never be too old for stickers
- Comprehensive bullet journaling roadmap* with printable bujo pages
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Schedule timetableOf course, you’ll want to keep a copy of your class schedule. It’s also helpful to log your instructor’s name and contact info, so you can schedule to meet during office hours if needed. (via Life is Messy and Brilliant)
Timetable and assignmentsHaving your class schedule in calendex form and list of assignments side by side helps you quickly see when major assignments are due. (via Pin source)
Homework assignment and exams logIf the list of assignments and exams is rather lengthy, you can drop the class (j/k), or make a dedicated spread like this to make sure you don’t miss on any of your deadlines. (via @fickle_fern)
Semester overviewIn future log fashion, you can set up the semester overview with mini monthly calendars at top, then add the appropriate assignment and quiz or exam dates underneath. Color coding with Zebra mildliners* or pretty planner stickers will help you see what kind of event or task it is. (via @bujo.diaries)
Essay planFor those lengthier assignments, it’s good to outline the main points you want to talk about in your paper before you begin writing. (via Pin image)
Study planAnd applying this same kind of planning ahead will help you tremendously during exam time, so you’re not pulling all-nighters. (via @breeeberry)
Study trackerAnd because you’re going to be so diligent with your studying, you might as well track it. (via @focusign)
Grade trackerYou’ll also want to keep up with your grades throughout the semester, so having them in a handy spread like this will be easy for you to reference. (via Pin image)
University degree plan and course overviewTo ensure you're making progress on your degree by taking the necessary coursework, including your major and any minors or certificates, keep a list like this. (via The Organized Brain)
A college bullet journal will keep you organized with your classes, coursework, and exams and get those straight A’s.
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