While studying in the school, visit the library every turn and maintain the smartness. after graduating from high school, you will have to make an important decision regarding career choices.
while studying at the university, make sure to visit the library daily and work hard every year. after graduating from college in Biology/Chemistry/Psychology, you will have to make another important decision that writes your job timeline in Billie.
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. 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! 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.
You will then have the option to take a break, apply for jobs, or 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. It includes links to all of our other guides, where we’ve covered pretty much every aspect of this awesome game.
The first thing to note before you set your heart on law school is your own intelligence. 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 something like Psychology also qualifies for medical school, but you won’t be a medical doctor, instead, you will be a psychiatrist which is just as well-paid. 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.
Saving lives and helping out the vulnerable in society is one of the most rewarding jobs you can have, even if it’s not the most well paid. You need to work incredibly hard and put in the graft for a number of years to make it into the medical industry.
Firstly, your character will need the ‘Smarts’ attribute to be above 50 to improve your chances of making it to the top. To do this, in the ‘ School menu on the left side of the main hub, tap on the school icon at the top of your page, and then use the ‘Study Harder’ option at the bottom.
If your grades are good, then you can apply to university with a number of subject choices. From here, continue to study harder and once you have graduated from University, head to ‘Occupation’ from the main hub, and then ‘Education’.
Continue once again to improve your grades and you will find that after graduation from MedicalSchool, applying for a job as a brain surgeon should get you an interview, and once passed, you will be a qualified doctor, and the achievement should pop up for you. You might be a member of the medical profession, but the game will not pop the achievement for a doctor if you advance with nursing.
The following 10-Step Guide has been put together to help describe the overall system and assist you work through this process. Download a copy of the 10 Step MedicalSchool Application Guide by clicking the image and signing up for the mailing list (no payment required).
The check boxes in the document are included to assist you work through the application process. There are, however, traps for young players that you need to be aware of to ensure your Plan B degree options don’t preclude your ability to apply for medicine later (should that be your intent).
Curtis’s direct entry undergraduate medicine degree precludes students from applying if they have record of university study, Lateral transfer from another degree may not be possible, or only a very small number of students may be accepted.
Every piece of information you submit to the university is important in terms of it forming part of the assessment. For example, the University of Sydney requires applicants to separately apply to the UAC Qualifications Assessment Service to have previous degree grade point average calculated.
Check the degree you’re applying for doesn’t have an early closing date. For example TAC applications for courses commencing in 2020 open on 5 August 2019 and close on 30 September 2019.
Universities may require students to undergo interviews and/or further assessments by invitation (e.g. Additional interviews in some Indigenous application processes, further psychological assessments etc.).
International students may be able to be interviewed remotely by Skype etc or the university may require applicants to attend in person. Interview and further assessment dates are not flexible so students need to be in a position to arrange transport and attend these with limited notice.
If you are applying for multiple medicine degrees how you ensure your availability needs to be a clear consideration given many universities conduct these assessments around the same time of year. Make sure you check your emails regularly, not only for information issued during the application and assessment period but also to accept any offers.
Remember universities are in the mass education business and this involves managing an application system that thousands of students go through. There are strict rules to ensure the system is fair and this means it is very difficult to argue an exceptional circumstance if you miss information.
There is more detailed discussion about options and considerations in securing a place in a medical degree in the FAQ and AMA section. The Australian Medical Association (AMA) is a highly credible resource where you can find detailed advice.
The above information is intended to help you understand common medical degree application terms. Remember, information can always change, so ensure you keep up to date by regularly checking directly with the appropriate university.