There are Bullet Journal page ideas for pretty much anything you need help with, and you can actually include school notes in your journal as well!
There’s no better way to combine productivity and art than with bullet journal school note designs. And making notes more visual, fun, and colorful will definitely help you work with the information better.
Creating Bullet Journal school notes will make your studying experience much more enjoyable; not only will it help with productivity, but also motivate your inner artist.
Get inspired by some of the stunning school notes! I’ve compiled a collection of beautiful note-taking layouts and inspirational spreads that will encourage you to transform ordinary study time into an artistic journey full of colors, illustrations, fonts, and more!
It can be frustrating trying to decipher your own handwriting and make sense of the jumbled mess on the page. That’s why it’s so great to take your notes in a creative way with your Bullet Journal.
By incorporating diagrams, charts, and other visual aids, you can create a much more organized and memorable set of notes. Not only that, but visually pleasing notes are much more enjoyable to study with.
When your notes look good and are easy to navigate, you’ll find that you’re able to retain information better and ultimately perform better on exams.
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Bullet Journal School Notes Supplies
Of course, anything you have, you can absolutely use to create pretty notes. But if you’re looking for some recommendations – I’ve got you covered.
Here are my favorite supplies for school:
- Stabilo Fineliners – these are great for writing, but they also come in color, so will be perfect to add a little splash of interest to your pages. Plus, they are definitely on the affordable side.
- Muji Pen – these pens are hands down my favorite ones to write with, and they are very popular n the studygram community. The ink is smooth, and they look super cute.
- Zebra Mildliner Highlighters – my favorite highlighters both for their quality and the colors.
- Tombow Fude Brush Pen – your notes will stand out a lot with some brush lettering, and this small tip brush pen will be perfect for that.
If you’re generally looking for some ideas on using your Bullet Journal, more for school, I’ve got some freebies for you.
Already in the Resources Vault, together with 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, you can find several pages created specifically for school!
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If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.
It’s pretty basic, and you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.
You might have more ideas and questions in your mind about note-taking and using your Bullet Journal for school.
So here are a few more posts you can check next:
- 9 Easy Tricks To Improve Your Handwriting
- 11 Genius School Bullet Journal Ideas
- Aesthetic Title Ideas
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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!