字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Everyone knows the kinds of students you can find in every classroom, but have you ever wondered what stationery they keep in their backpacks? We picked 5 types of students and the school supplies we think they'd use. Quick disclaimer: we know we're playing into stereotypes, so you might fit into more than one of these or none at all! Like and comment to let us know which one you identify with the most. Let's get started. Book lovers enjoy literature and probably dabble in the dark or light academia aesthetic. If it looks like it would belong at a historic university, it'll fit perfectly in with these students backpacks. You can expect to find gel pens like these Vintage Color Zebra Sarasa Clip Gel Pens on their desk. They also have plenty of vintage-inspired Tsubame Fools Notebooks for note taking. Book lovers keep loose papers organized with C. Ching Stationery Clips and mark textbooks with Book Darts Bookmarks. Studygram students value color-coordinated notes, organization, and aesthetics above all else. Ya gotta study anyway, so why not make it look pretty? To store all of their pens, they use a cute and spacious pen case like the Raymay Clam Pen Case. Not only do they own Zebra Mildliners in all colors and versions, they know which gel pens work best with them, like the Zebra Sarasa Mark On. They also have every Uni-ball Signo Gel Pen imaginable! By the way, we think these are actually the same refills as that other super popular minimalist gel pen. Try it out and see for yourself. To nail down the neat study aesthetic, they use colorful Kokuyo Campus Notebooks, which help keep their notes tidy with dotted rule pages. Doodlers need space to express their ideas and process information visually, so their notes are usually a mystery to everyone except themselves. You'll find Uni Hi-Uni Pencils, Pilot Color Eno Pencils and Uni Pin Pens of varying sizes in their pen cases! A fun Blue Q Zipper Pouch is the perfect size for hauling around school and art supplies. It's made of 95% post-consumer recycled material that's sturdy and easy to clean. When it comes to notebooks, they reach for an Apica Blank Cover Twin Ring Notebook: the empty cover is the perfect open canvas to doodle on or decorate! The math whiz excels at—you guessed it—math. They're always ready for a problem set with their Pilot Board Master Whiteboard Markers and Raymay Study Mate Zero Edge Ruler Set. These students love Pentel Orenz Mechanical Pencils because of their precise 0.2 millimeter tips, which are great for drawing graphs and writing down equations. On the same note, they use Tombow Mono Zero Retractable Erasers for careful erasing. These students swear by Maruman Spiral Note Basic Notebooks for their perforated pages, which are easy to tear out when turning in assignments. Overachievers usually have a ton on their plates. They're taking advanced classes, doing extra credit, and balancing multiple extracurriculars. They don't have the time to sift through a mess of stationery, so all of their supplies maximize efficiency. The tried-and-true Uni Jetstream 4&1 Multi Pen comes with 4 ink colors for easy color-coding plus a mechanical pencil for math homework. To combat mistakes, the Tombow Mono 2way Correction Tape + Eraser has everything they need. Unlike the Studygram student, the Overachiever only highlights as much as they need. Though to be fair, studygram notes do look more colorful and pretty. They only own two or three vivid Pentel Fitline Double-Sided Highlighters: they're conveniently double-sided, with a flexible, precise chisel tip on one end and a fine bullet tip on the other. To stay on top of all their assignments and plans, they use Kokuyo Campus Study Planner Paper. Because the sheets fit in Kokuyo Campus Binders, students can keep their planner and notes all in one place. Which one of these students describes you best? Let us know in the comments! You can find all these supplies and more at JetPens.com. If you want to see more Stationery Personality Type videos like this, remember to like and subscribe!