The Scholar has an open-format weekly layout that gives you lots of space to write appointments, assignments, lists, notes, and daily details.
In her review, Sara lists the many features of the Scholar including weekly and monthly pages, annual overview and 3-year calendar pages, and a removable booklet for notes and info. She likes that the planner is very slim and fits easily in her backpack, and that the pages lay flat. She likes the open format of the weekly pages and said, “As a student, I appreciate having a weekly format with plenty of room for writing down assignments and upcoming due dates.”
Sara noted the 90 gsm Clairefontaine paper in the Scholar is great for fountain pens and gel pens. Because the paper is designed not to be absorbent in order to prevent ink bleedthrough, some wetter inks can take longer to dry. She tested a variety of inks on the paper and said, “In my pen test, shading and some sheen appear. White Clairefontaine paper really makes the colors pop!”
In summary, she said:
Overall, if you’re a student or a professor, this planner will be very useful to you! If not, Quo Vadis has many other options for planners with the same luxurious paper.
The Hebdo weekly planner has the same format as the Scholar, but runs January-December. There are still some Hebdo planners available for this year. See more information about the Hebdo weekly planner here.
The Quo Vadis academic year planners, including the Scholar, will be available soon! You can see all the Quo Vadis academic year planners here.