Free Study Bullet Journal Printables
To make sure you’re ready to rock a new school year with your Bullet Journal, I created for you a Study Bundle with free printables to organize your school life.
Print and use them as many times as you need to have the best school year.
Bullet Journal is a fantastic tool that can be so very useful for your school life. But I also know students are super busy and don’t always have time to do setups or even come up with page ideas for school.
That’s why I decided to give you a hand with this free little Bundle, which has some useful printables to help you manage your study load and keep track of things.
I bet as a student you might need more pages like that, so just let me know in the comments what is it that you’re missing and I’ll be super happy to create more printables for you.
You can find all these printables in the Resources Vault already. If you aren’t a part of Planning Mashers yet, sign up at the end of the post and get your access to the Vault and an amazing community.
Now let’s look at these lovelies and how you can use them to help you with your studies.
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Let’s begin with a monthly study tracker, and I have it for 30 and 31 days.
Each day you just note how many hours you studied.
This I think is a must-have page for students, to keep you accountable and make sure you’re putting the planned amount of time in your studies.
If you’re not really into monthly trackers, the weekly log in this bundle has a little study tracker as well, so just choose whatever works best for you.
This is a very simple but very useful spread.
You can use it as a weekly or make it a little add-on to your weekly setups.
Here are 6 days of the week for you to plan out what and for how long you’ll be studying on what day. It’s really important to set these goals for yourself so you don’t have to frantically catch up at the last moment.
This is a bit similar to a Future Log; it’s basically a page for you to map out everything important study-wise happening with you during the semester.
Start from the key and write down there all the symbols you’ll be using. A good option here would be to color code – assign special colors to subjects. That way it will be visually much easier for you to see what’s happening.
Then you just have to fill out the empty slots for the calendars (month names and dates) and add the information on the right side.
Using this spread, you’ll be sure to never miss any deadlines and assignments!
Another spread I thought you might find useful. Things can get pretty chaotic with your school life, so it’s good to have a special spread for each course to make sure you’re on the right track.
The first page is general info – what’s the source, when and where it takes place, and contact info for the professor and teaching assistant.
Below are the assignments, essays, quizzes, and things like that. On the left side is space for you to add your grades and what percentage it takes of the final grade.
The next page is for homework and reading lists and all other things like that.
I divided it into 12 lines, one for each week of the semester. It should give you enough space to write all the things you have to do for this certain course during the week.
Finally, I couldn’t leave you without a weekly spread printable.
During the school year, you’ll need to set those up pretty often, so I thought it might be useful to just have a pre-made printable one.
This weekly has a lot of space for each daily box, except for the weekend, of course. The daily boxes are enough to fit your tasks and have little areas at the bottom to plan your meals, at least during the very busy weekdays.
There is also a sleep and study tracker. I decided to add a sleep tracker since I know, as a student, it’s so easy to neglect such a simple thing as a good night’s sleep. But in fact, it’s crucial to get enough sleep to be able to study at your maximum capacity, so definitely make sure you pay attention to that.
And, of course, there are small boxes for your homework for the week and just notes.
How To Use Printables
You can already download all of these in the Resources Vault, and if you don’t have access yet, make sure to sign up in the form at the end of the post.
All of these are PDF files, which you can open with Adobe Acrobat Reader (free and safe download). At the moment, the printables are A5 size, so you can go on and print them like that.
Once it’s printed out, you can do on and stick it to your journal with some adhesive tape.
Check out my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal, for more details.
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More Free Printables
If you’re looking for more printables, not necessarily school related – I’ve got you covered.
Apart from 100+ free printables in the Resources Vault, I also scoured the internet for some other free printable resources, and here is what I found:
- 50+ Free Bullet Journal Printables
- Free Printable Habit Trackers
- Free Weight Loss Bullet Journal Printables
I’m sure you’ll find these printables useful, but I’m always looking for feedback and more ideas on what printables you need, so please let us know in the comments what other school-related (or otherwise) printables you’d love to have.
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