There are so many different career options and life paths in CandyWriter’s mobile sim. BitLife has far too many options to cover in just this one guide, though. Some can be a pretty hard job to get, as it takes both a good education and a solid amount of luck. There’s no real trick to getting there though, as a lot of stuff with this app is based on that luck. You will also need to put your time into getting the right degree. Keep reading to figure all of this out.
How to get into Vet, Law and Medical Schools
The game includes a few advanced careers that require you to put effort into getting an advanced degree. The various BitLife Schools will require a specific undergrad degree to qualify. Players will have to choose between different undergrad degrees when they join University. There are more options than just Vet, Law and Medical Schools, but you can choose what path you want to take.
Here’s a list for the various degrees you earn first, then what option you can choose based on the goal you have. Use the options and guides linked below to figure out how to get into each of the BitLife Schools.
- Arts – None
- Chemistry – Dental School, Graduate School, Medical School, Pharmacy School, Veterinary School
- Computer Science – Graduate School
- Dance – None
- Education – Graduate School
- English – Graduate School, Law School
- Finance – Business School, Graduate School
- History – Graduate School, Law School
- Information Systems – Business School, Graduate School
- Mathematics – Business School, Graduate School
- Music – None
- Nursing – Dental School, Medical School, Nursing School
- Political Science – Law School
- Psychology – Medical School
All BitLife Schools and how to get into them
There are a few different types of advanced post-grad schools in the game.
Business School leads you to Corporate positions, as well as the stock market. This is needed to get the job of a CEO, with enough work. You will have to put that brain to work, and get a degree in English, Mathematics or Finance to be able to qualify.
If you want to be a Dentist, you need a degree in the correct field. You will have to get a Biology, Chemistry or Psychology. These all apply for the various specific medical degrees beyond Doctor or Nurse. With a degree in one of those three fields, you can go pretty far.
To qualify for Graduate School, which is the easiest path to get to, here’s what to do. You can choose any degree you want, but the likes of English, Chemistry, Education or Mathematics work best. These will open up the best post-grad options for employment. Getting into Grad School won’t unlock any jobs that require specific degrees perse, but can get you better pay. This can be great if you just want to make more money, and don’t plan to go for a career with a more specific degree attached.
If you want to be a lawyer, you will need to go to Law School. This requires you to take the undergrad degree for English, Politics or History. Becoming a Lawyer can also put you on the path to becoming a Judge or Magistrate.
To qualify for medical school, you must study a subject that will make you eligible to qualify for medical school. If you want to be a medical doctor, then studying Biology, Chemistry or Physics will be the correct path. YOu can then get careers in Hospitals as a well-paid doctor or related career.
Choose Chemistry or Biology as your undergrad, then choose to continue education for the correct option. You can find the full guide in the linked guide down below.
Chemistry is the best path here. You could possibly get the option with Biology as well, according to some sources. But for most people, just opt for Chemistry. When you enroll, age again until you graduate with your Chem degree. You will then be given the option to move on to a higher program. Choose Pharmacy school to finish up. Age up again until you finish this part off. This will unlock the ability to take on the Pharmacy Tech jobs.
If you want to work with animals, then becoming a Vet is how to do it. You must graduate while you study Chemistry as an undergraduate to qualify.