What’s up beautiful people! Ready for some bullet journal spreads for students?
I love my bullet journal, but I often struggle to find inspiration for new helpful spreads.
For that reason, I collected 10 bullet journal spreads from Pinterest that I find really helpful.
Let’s get started!
1. Bullet Journal Spread: Essay Planner
This essay planning spread makes it almost easy to write your essays! It breaks a big project into smaller pieces
You can add your title and due date in the top section. Below, you can divide the essay into little pieces so it’s more manageable.
2. Habit Tracker
A habit tracker is a super helpful tool that helps you stay on track with your habits, to-dos, and anything you want it to track!
By tracking things like workouts, study days, etc., you stay organized and productive.
3. Study Tracker
Tracking your study sessions can really help you with time management and to stay on top of your assignments.
All you need to do is mark how many hours your study each day, so you reach your goal faster!
4. Semester at a Glance
This bullet journal spread for students is one of my favorites!
As the name says, it helps you see your whole semester at one glance, which is very helpful when planning your monthly, weekly, or study spreads.
You can use it to add your most important due dates and vacation times.
5. Time Blocking your Schedule
Time blocking is a great strategy to be more productive and get more things done in your day.
How it works is, that you set up your class schedule for a regular week, and color in the time frame your classes are in.
You can color-code your classes with different colors, and also block out events you have each week, such as club meetings, sports evenings/meetings, me-time, and more.
I mentioned that in my Time Management post if you want some more tips for that, but for now let’s move on to some more bullet journal spreads for students!
6. Budget Tracker
Another important thing to track as a student is your budget!
Especially in college, where money can get tight, it is super helpful to know how much money you have left and where!
I personally also track my income in addition, but that’s just me. If you track your expenses you’re on a good path!
7. Class Overview
An overview of your classes is another helpful spread that you can create and make as colorful as you want.
You can add the class information, such as the classroom, professor/teacher info, and anything else you want to have written down and easily accessible.
Adding the most important deadlines could also be helpful!
8. Exam Preparation Tracker
I absolutely love this one!
To track your study progress, just check off the boxes to see how far you got.
You can list the classes you have exams for and break them down into topics it will cover. That way you are perfectly prepared for your exam!
9. Essay Planner
Another exam planner is this one! It’s great for breaking your essay or exams into smaller pieces and making them manageable.
10. Grade Tracker
It can be very helpful to track your grades, so you know how you’re doing without having to look for your transcripts.
Color-coding the grades is also a good idea to have an overview of how well you are doing overall.
I just think it’s super convenient to just have a spread for it!
These were all bullet journal spreads for students today. I hope they gave you the inspiration and idea you wanted!
If you have any more ideas that would help other students, share them in the comment section!