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[Limited] Campus Note Notebook 5 Set - Sheer Stone / Kokuyo

[Limited] Campus Note Notebook 5 Set - Sheer Stone / Kokuyo

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Over 85% of students from the University of Tokyo used dot grid lines for writing beautifully. Includes all five colors.

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Good for college students!

These journals are great for its price point and offer a compact and functional for students in college. This note book had 30 pages total, the paper has a smooth finish with minimal bleeding if you prefer to take notes with an ink pen. I personally am very sensitive to the way my hand feels rubbing against certain paper textures, so if you have those sensitivities I recommend it. It is lightweight and makes the most use of its pages the way a standard college ruled spiral doesn't, with that being said it may be a bit small for some subjects. For example when I had a 2 hour Chemistry lecture I used about 2.5 pages (including front and back) worth of notes. I think this could be also good for day to day use for journalism, keeping track of finances, etc.

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Good for college students!

These journals are great for its price point and offer a compact and functional for students in college. This note book had 30 pages total, the paper has a smooth finish with minimal bleeding if you prefer to take notes with an ink pen. I personally am very sensitive to the way my hand feels rubbing against certain paper textures, so if you have those sensitivities I recommend it. It is lightweight and makes the most use of its pages the way a standard college ruled spiral doesn't, with that being said it may be a bit small for some subjects. For example when I had a 2 hour Chemistry lecture I used about 2.5 pages (including front and back) worth of notes. I think this could be also good for day to day use for journalism, keeping track of finances, etc.