Near the end of last year, I published a post outlining how I organised my school notes. However, my system has since changed…
This year, my system includes five 30-ring binders, five lever arch files and one sectioned folder. Yes, I realise just how excessive this sounds but I promise it’s justifiable.
For each subject I have that requires note-taking, I have a 3-ring binder from Muji that is filled with Muji paper. These are essentially my notebooks for each class and I take these to school each day, based on what subjects I have that day.
Another thing I take to school is a folder with six separate compartments. In this folder I keep worksheets and handouts that I receive for all my classes, this also comes to school with me everyday.
I also have a lever arch file for each subject. When I finish a topic at school, I take all my notes out of my binder and place them into my lever arch file, I also hole-punch my worksheets and clip them in as well. If I ever need my past notes to revise at school, I can just place them back in my binder.
This system is currently working well for me, despite my bag looking pregnant but apart from that, I’m pretty happy with it!
“When in doubt go to the library,”-Hermione Granger
2 thoughts on “2019’s School Organisation System”
Great advice Alyssa.