Before the ClassTracker team sent me one of their undated college planners, I hadn’t considered using one before. I’m definitely one of those people that need a little more structure. Now that I’m gearing up for my second round of MCAT studying, I’ve realized how beneficial undated planners can be. I’ll share how I used an undated planner to organize my MCAT studying later. For now, here are 4 benefits of using an undated planner.
Jump in whenever you want
The planners are undated. So no matter where we are in the calendar year, you can make good use of an undated planner. I also want to note, that undated planners are more forgiving if you’re one of those people that can go weeks without updating your planner. Me, I am one of those people.
Find out how I used my dated ClassTracker here
They are customizable
Undated planners are generally bare, so it’s up to you to make it your own. That said, it’s time to put those markers and colored pens to work! You’ll find tons of inspiration on Pinterest. I’m not artistic, but I do plan to write meaningful quotes and goals in the margins.
Separate work from your personal life/side hustles
I personally prefer to have all of my plans in one place, but one can only put so much in one planner. I’m planning to use my undated planner for MCAT planning which is pretty extensive so there’s no way I’m going to be able to fit it in my main planner.
Undated Planners are usually lighter in weight
Obviously, this depends on the style and number of pages. However, undated planners usually don’t come with all of the fluff that dated planners do. That said, they won’t weigh your bag down as much.
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