How to become a Nun in BitLife

BitLife’s latest weekly challenge, Hard-Knock Nun, is here, and once again, players have to work through various objectives to accomplish the challenge. Becoming a Nun is one of the tasks that must be completed to progress in the Hard-Knock Nun.

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However, the game never mentions how to complete this task, leaving many BitLife players who become confused about how to become a Nun in BitLife in the first place. In lieu of that, we have created an essential guide that will walk you through the entire process.

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How to become a Nun in BitLife

Becoming a Nun in BitLife is relatively easy, and these are the steps for the same:

  1. Start by creating a female character.
  2. Age up until you finish high school.
  3. Next, navigate to the Occupation at the bottom left of the screen.
  4. Look for a Nun job under the Job tab under the Occupation tab.
  5. Finally, select the job and become a Nun.

However, it must be noted that players sometime may not find the Nun Job under the occupation tab. If it happens with you, refresh the Job Tab by aging up using the option to do on the Main Menu Hub. Ultimately, the Nun job will appear in the occupation tab after refreshing 2-3 times.

Thank you for reading our guide on how to become a nun in BitLife! Please feel free to leave any questions or concerns below in our comment section. Good luck!

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