Tap the menu button in the top-left corner of the screen achievements there you can see the proof! To get approved, the virtual character must have 30 years of experience in a law firm.
So work hard for 30 years and continue with the same law firm post. If you have worked hard every year in a law firm or have enough smart stats(over 85), your application for the Magistrate position will get approved.
Make sure to attend team meetings, tour while working in a law firm, Magistrate position to progress fast. Chances are you ’re not preparing properly and haven’t ended up at the appropriate school for you.
It includes links to all of our other guides, where we’ve covered pretty much every aspect of this awesome game. Lawyers are no fools so you will have to be a clever individual to be accepted into law school.
If you pick a course like dance, arts or information technology you will not be eligible to enlist at law school. You will need to study hard for a long time, no one falls into medicine so you must devote your Billie into becoming a doctor.
If you want to be a medical doctor, then studying Biology, Chemistry or Physics should see you qualify. Picking any solid subject like English, Psychology or Math is sure to see you qualify.
Avoid any silly subjects like dance or anything that would be difficult to gain employment with. Think of graduate school as a place to enhance whatever degree you studied previously.
Nursing is a relatively well-paid profession with ample opportunities to gain promotion, so it is worth doing if you can do no better. I have lumped these three schools together for good reason, they all require similar subjects and intelligence levels.
I am sure you can enlist in pharmaceutical school with many qualifications, but in my experience having a science as your major has always helped. The same goes for vets and dentists, they require an intelligent person who could easily just enlist in medical school.
Bit life allows you to live another life through your phone, trying to be as successful as possible. The likes of English and Political Science are the subjects that are more often said to see your character qualify, but History is also said to work too.
Opting for something less traditionally academic, such as Dance or something to do with the Arts will see your application to Playschool in Bit life be rejected. If you follow both these steps, you should be able to complete your training to be a lawyer and then continue your character’s prosperous life and journey towards success.
Then, you need to get a university qualification in something like History, English, or Political Science. Similar to real life, if pursuing a law career in the game is your dream, you need to have the relevant qualification.
Due to the high requirements, law school is one of the toughest schools to get into while playing Billie. The first requirement is high intellectual/smart stats and the second one is having an academic qualification in a relevant subject.
While spawning, the first thing you need to make sure is to get your smartness stats as close to 100 as possible. Without great stats, you don’t even stand a chance to be able to get into law school in Billie.
The next thing that you need to focus on is to get a qualification most probably in subjects like English and Political Science, or secondarily in History. Our student body, our faculty, our alumni, and the network of partners, organizations, and movements to which we are connected bring a multiplicity of experience and expertise that make us an exceptional force for change.
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