How I organize my study planner for college

Guess who’s sitting with a new study planner and getting ready for the second year of college? I’m excited!

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The planner is from organized.no, which I worked for as a study ambassador for this planner (so naturally I got it for free). πŸ™‚ The size is A5.

I just got my class schedule, so I’ve already plotted these in. I’m also taking a class from last semester to aim for a better grade this time, but I’m not sure when the lecture is held yet. Hopefully it won’t crash with another class. πŸ™‚ The classes you can see underneath are microeconomics, law 1 (which takes most of the time) and tax law.

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The pen is from a set from Target that includes 5 similar pens, but with different sizes of the tip.

The reason why I’ve plotted in the weekdays over again underneath is because I need to write down a reading schedule as well (self study). I didn’t have a good self-study routine last year, so that’s something new I’m trying out. A bit scared to write it down in case I’ve got a meeting or something, but I have promised myself to make school priority #1 this year, so I guess I should do it. Since my classes start pretty late (no classes before 11am!), I’ve plotted in some morning exercises as well. I’m also taking math over again (most likely without going to the lectures), so I’ve plotted that into self study for Wedensdays before tax law.

2722ca53-76e4-4373-8822-8da355755b45This is where I’ve planned the first month of August. I have a little “Focus”-section, where it currently has a campaign I’m working as a social media manager for, and school + helpmate-weeks, where I’m in a group to give a warm welcome the new students at my school. Also got “Monthly goals”, “Monthly To-Do’s”, “Hours spent…” and just little reminders to how to be productive.

e7418684-f82a-4bd3-aa72-c90132d29715-e1501343705109.jpgThese two pages includes deadlines and exams. I’ve written my exam-goals and study tips to achieve them.

9824fbf1-5d4a-436e-ad46-26c07681195cLastly, I’ve taken some use of the “Notes”-pages and plotted down tips & tricks from YouTube. These are study related, and on this page I’ve taken the summarized Thomas Frank-version of Marty Lobdell’s “Study less, study smart”-lecture.

Now I just need to buy the books and I’m ready for my second year of college!

Do you have a study planner? Any tips for study planning?

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