If you are looking for spread ideas to organize and plan your academics and personal life as a student, you have come to the right place! Here are 10 amazing Bullet Journal Ideas for Students.
In this post, I will share another 10 bullet journal ideas for students, including exam trackers, semester planners, and personal spreads such as meal planning or habit tracking.
Let’s get started!
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1. Semester Overview
A semester overview is a must for every student’s bullet journal!
Having a little calendar for each month is very helpful to visualize assignments, big events, and other important events. The note section is perfect for additional info about the marked event in the calendar.
I personally like this layout and think is very organized and cute!
2. Budget Tracker
Tracking your budget, expenses and income is one of the things you learn to do as a student, especially if you go off to college or to live on your own.
Budgeting can be hard at the start, but bullet journal spreads like these make it easier to do and more fun as well!
If you’d like some tips for budgeting, check out this post about how to budget as a student!
3. Grade Tracker
The third spread idea for students is a grade tracker.
Yes, there are online grade trackers, but I think it’s very convenient to be able to just open your planner that you have with you in class as well, and just look at your grades if you need to.
This spread in particular is well organized, and my personal one looks like that as well.
Just write the subject in the left box, and the grade into the right one. At the end, you’ve got a total percentage, GPA, or whatever your professors use to grade your work.
4. Assignment Calendar
While this spread also includes a semester overview kind of section, the assignment calendar is what I want to share with you.
You can draw small monthly calendars and mark the assignment due dates on them, and write out the class next to it.
Or, you can color code the calendar so you know that for example blue means maths!
5. Meal Planning
Let’s talk about a personal spread that is super useful for students, even if it’s not academically.
Meal planning is a great thing if you live off campus or in a dorm with a kitchen, and want to save some money (which student doesn’t?).
There are lots of great meal planning spreads for bullet journal owners, and this is one of them!
6. Block Schedule
This kind of time blocking for your classes is one of the best ways if you are a visual learner/person.
You can also include other activities such as club meetings, gym time, meals, and much more.
In this spread, the focus is on classes, but it’s up to you what you add.
7. Habit Trackers
In college, it’s not only important to keep up your grades, but also to look out for yourself and make sure you do other things than studying.
I like to track things such as when I read, when I’m unwell, when I workout, and when I talk to friends from home.
Sometimes we forget when we did things the last time, and keeping a habit tracker can be the key for that!
8. Exam Schedule
When the semester gets busier by the end, it’s especially important to keep track of every exam or due date. And it’s pretty easy to forget about one, trust me!
So in an exam schedule spread, you can write down the date and the exam, including the time and location. That way you can’t forget!
9. Sleep and Study Tracker
Yep, another tracker! But a useful one.
Sleep is important as a student (or any person, really) and if you don’t have a regular sleeping schedule where you know what hour you get up and go to bed at, you should track your sleep!
That will allow you to make sure to sleep longer after some shorter nights, or to see any patterns in your sleep routine.
Same for studying. If you don’t study at the exact time every day, you should track how much you study!
That can be useful for when you know how much you should study for a test, but you don’t actually want to set a timer each time you study.
10. Workout planner
Getting exercise is another important self care activity you should not miss too often as a student.
Planning and tracking your workout days is very useful and beneficial for your health, since you try to fill in the blank boxes and have a pattern in your spread.
In this bullet journal spread, you can color-code different sports activities and color in the boxes for the day you exercised in.
Final Thoughts on Bullet Journal Ideas for Students
These were my 10 more bullet journal ideas for students! To read part one, click here!
I hope the spread ideas inspired you to make your own planners and trackers for college, and get organized!
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