Let us jump right back into the world of BitLife, the game where you can be anyone you want to be in the entire world! Today, we are diving into the medical professions. Looking to be a doctor? We have a mini walkthrough right here for you to guide you along the way.
One important thing to keep in mind is that a lot of aspects of BitLife are randomized, so you may not get the option to even if you do everything right. If this happens just try again on your next life. With that out of the way, let us get started on our BitLife guide on how to get into medical school!
Be a Good Student
A lot of your future education opportunities depend on how well behaved you are as a child, as we mentioned in our guide about how to become a detective. Make sure to behave and stay in school during your early years.
Cause too much trouble or skip class too many times will make you drop out of high school, and this is pretty much the end of your career life. Get good grades, do not skip class, and make sure to be nice to your family and friends!
(This BitLife guide was first published on Touch Tap Play)
Pass your Driving Exam
Many of the advanced jobs that you can get when you are an adult require some form of reliable transportation, so you need to make sure to at least have your driver’s license.
During your high school years you will be prompted to take your driving exam. You will be presented with a random road sign, and you will need to correctly identify it. Guess correctly and you pass and earn your license, but guess wrong and you will miss out on getting your license for the remainder of that life!
Choose the Right Education
Do well in school and you will graduate high school! Congratulations, but your journey is just beginning. You will eventually be given the option to apply to a university, and it is imperative that you do this.
You can choose a major once you get your money situation sorted out. You will be given a list of potential majors, with the list being bigger if you have higher smarts. See, we told you doing well in your early years is important!
You need to choose any of the medical related majors. These include:
As always, make sure you are doing well in your classes and that your grades are good – you will need them later. Keep an eye on your needs as well.
Pursue Higher Education
After four years have passed you will have gotten through college and received your undergraduate degree. You will then have the option to take a break, apply for jobs, or seek higher education.
Make sure you choose to seek higher education. Assuming you picked a medical-related major, you should be able to apply for medical school manually. Assuming you finished your undergrad with a medical-related degree, you should be accepted!
Remember to keep an eye on your finances, especially if you were taking out loans to pay for your education. Thankfully, once you get out of medical school, you are basically guaranteed a high-paying medical profession, so as long as you can make it through your education you will be fine.
And that is it! You are now in medical school, and you are all set to get your medical profession off the ground. We hope you enjoyed this guide and found it helpful. We will be back with more guides on BitLife, so stay tuned!