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[ revision log printable + google sheets ] — reviewing course material is an excellent way to retain information over the long term! to use for my exams, i made a little revision google sheet and a matching printable, which i’ve decided to share with the community (●っゝω・)っ~☆

✨ — at the time i didn’t realize it, but this is inspired by @s0manythings​‘ beautiful grade tracker printable + sheet set! go have a look!

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  1. feel free to tag with #studykyt if you use.
  2. credit if necessary and don’t claim as your own!
  3. modifications are ok for personal use!
  4. i worked really hard on this, so likes + reblogs are much appreciated ♡ 

•  printable pdfs, available in 5 colors ( bubblegum, lavender moon, seafoam, silver & gold, studykyt colors ) + b&w version ( skyscraper ) + bonus color ( field berries ).

•  google sheets, available in 5 colors + bonus sheet ( field berries ). to use file in your drive, file ↬  make a copy. no drive? file ↬ download as ↬ microsoft excel.

• instructions manual on how to use the google sheet.

🔗 — printables  google sheet • manual

☆ — originals  more printables

—— happy studying! :: kyt / studykyt

the signs as weird dr gifs

aries:

Originally posted by reisearnor

taurus:

Originally posted by timeydragonartandedits

gemini:

Originally posted by kyouko--kirigiri

cancer:

Originally posted by lovepaulien

leo:

Originally posted by shsl-komahinatrash

virgo:

Originally posted by spruky

libra:

Originally posted by kouhailuvsu

scorpio:

Originally posted by lessonlatrifa

saggitarius:

Originally posted by arcanamagician

capricorn:

Originally posted by tsumikitxt

aquarius:

Originally posted by komodozero

pisces:

Originally posted by shsl-uneasyutaite

((FUCK IT I’M TOO HYPED!!))

Angelica “Lisa Lisa” Joestar

Ability: Dead eye Spin user  

Horse: Cult jam, Shire horse.

Stand: None (yet)

A rag to riches girl who was married to the cavalry general Geoffrey Joestar before a conspiracy against him left her a widow and branded a traitor to the states. 

She fled on a boat to Europe where she then lived as a fugitive. Eventually she made it to Italy, where she met a man who taught her the ways of the spin. An ability she would practice and refine into her own technique. A technique born from vengeance and anger, it was perfect for killing and so she dubbed it “The dead-eye spin”. She channels the spin through throwing knives, giving them unique qualities and incredible power, range and precision. with this new found ability at her side Angelica returned to the states under the name “Lisa Lisa” to partake in the Steel Ball Run race in hopes of getting an opportunity to take revenge on the man who created the conspiracy against her family, the president. Or claim the price money and restore her family’s honor, Which ever comes first.

date: march thirteenth
location: gathering hall
status: open

    The room was spinning–Emory finally understood that phrase. If he hadn’t found a chair to sit in, he wasn’t sure he would be able to stand at all. The king’s announcement had rendered him speechless. It wasn’t at all what he’d planned. For months he’d envisioned a big confession, Orion feeling how much Emory wanted to participate in Queenstrial and making a special exception for his best friend. But this? Every Silver being invited to participate? His sense of hope had never been more fleeting.

    Sitting amidst the chaos of reactions, Emory quietly hung his head and wished away anyone who might want to strike up a conversation. He wasn’t sure he’d be able to talk to anyone in this state. How could he just pretend to be fine like he always did, when everything was so different? He was almost ashamed he hadn’t seen it coming. Twenty years of friendship, and Orion still managed to blindside him. Emory sighed–how was he still this naive?

    Upon hearing fast-approaching footsteps, Emory stood quickly. His head spun in the process, and he held onto the chair for dear life. He had every intention to escape at that moment, to sidestep any confrontation that was about to occur, but Emory couldn’t get anything to go his way that day. 

     Finding himself in front of someone else, Emory unwillingly pulled on a smile to greet them. It wasn’t what he’d intended to do, but it was instinct. Even now he was masking his own emotions. Even now.

    “What an unbelievable day, yes?”