Bullet Journaling as a Student

As a student, time seems to be pretty limited. Between classes, homework, meetings and more, it can seem pretty redundant to make a bullet journal. But if we keep things simple, they can be super helpful.
Since I’m using my bullet journal as my planner, I thought that it would be super helpful to put in some spreads to help make keeping track of things super simple.
My first page that I have is going to be a simple sheet that will have all of the important information for the class. It’s blank right now because my classes haven’t started yet, but I’m going to be putting in who the professor is, email, office hours, and class time. I also have a section for the most important dates for the specific class like midterms or essays that are due. The next three pages are going to have a checklist of things that I have to do for that week.
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Old class assignments 
This is the simplest spread that I came up with for keeping track of my classes because at the end of the day I don’t want to keep referencing the syllabus for the readings I have to do. Because if I don’t have it that could make getting work done a littler harder. Also it spreads out all the assignments according to the week they need to be completed. So I have a better understanding of what is going on in my week.
Of course there are other ways to track things for school in your bullet journal. Some Youtubers that I love are Caitlinscorner and planningwithkay. They have different videos with different spreads. Honestly they are super addicting.
Even though bullet journals seems to be really time consuming, they are helpful with helping you remember your assignments. I’m a firm believer that writing things down helps with remembering what you need to do. Hopefully this helps you keep on top of your classes.
-Joss

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