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. Billie is a fantastic opportunity to make your wildest dreams come true.
Billie is the opportunity to simulate a future and live a successful life. Not every life is straightforward though, there are many spanners that can be thrown into the works at any times, so be on your guard.
It includes links to all of our other guides, where we’ve covered pretty much every aspect of this awesome game. Studying something like dance or information technology is a waste of time in Billie.
Each one of these graduate schools has several courses that count towards qualification, you just have to pick the right ones. It doesn’t seem to matter how long you live, or how much you make as I have achieved this ribbon as an 86-year-old brain surgeon, with a net worth of seven million.
I have also achieved the academic ribbon as a 44-year-old vet, who only made £300,000 as their final net worth. So, age, gender or country of birth, don’t seem to be a factor in achieving this ribbon.
Tap on the drop-down button and you will see many options; Finance, Dance, Engineering, Arts, History, and more. To become a CEO or get into the business school, you need to graduate from university with an undergraduate degree in Finance.
If you don’t get the Finance option, we would recommend you to start a new life. Bonus Tip When you start a new life, pay attention to your father and mother’s Job.
Or If they are poor or working in other sectors(for example; dance), we would recommend you to start over. It would be better to start with a virtual character whose parents are working in the finance sector.
Once you are graduated from university with an undergraduate degree in Finance, the game will prompt you to make a decision; seek higher education or look for a job. Choose to seek higher education and apply for the business school.
As soon as you graduate from business school, the game will prompt you to look for a job. As we mentioned above(In the TL;dr part), you will have to apply for the assistant president job to become a CEO.
As you progress further, you will get promoted and reach the CEO post in Billie. While working as an assistant vice president, an event will come in which you will have to make a decision on a business tour with your colleagues or boss.
A character will be a Student every time they are in a school and start at age 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8, depending on the country they live in. When a character dies, their highest level of education completed is on their tombstone.
Characters who go to many schools and have high smarts get the Academic ribbon. Following the September 2019 update, students may interact with teachers and other classmates, and get popular and join clubs.
When you start elementary school, you can click on the orange graduation cap to get choices. Firstly, it shows what type of school you're in, how many years you've completed, how many years you've left to go, the choice to study harder, and the choice to drop out of elementary school.
If your character drops out or gets expelled before graduating, they can get their General Equivalence Diploma if they pass. A character may attend community college before university to boost their Smarts even if they do not need it.
If a character is rejected from University, it is encouraged that they try to go into community college first. Community college is free and will always accept your character unless they drop out of high school and do not get the GED.
Certain jobs like the Dental Hygienist and Massage Therapist will require at least community college education before applying. After high school and/or community college, your character will attend university for 4 years.
Higher education/ Graduate Business Dental Law Medical Nursing Pharmacy Veterinary Accounting Yes Yes No No No No No No Anthropology Yes No No No No No No No Archaeology Yes No No No No No No No Architecture No No No No No No No No Art History No No No No No No No No Biology Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Chemistry Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Communications No No No No No No No No Computer Science Yes No No No No No No No Criminal Justice Yes No No Yes No No No No Dance No No No No No No No No Economics Yes Yes No No No No No No Education Yes No No No No No No No Engineering Yes No No No No No No No English Yes Yes No Yes No No No No Finance Yes Yes No No No No No No Graphic Design No No No No No No No No History Yes No No No No No No No Information Systems Yes Yes No No No No No No Journalism Yes No No No No No No No Marketing Yes Yes No No No No No No Mathematics Yes Yes No No No No No No Music Yes No No No No No No No Nursing No No Yes No Yes Yes No No Philosophy Yes No No Yes No No No No Physics Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Political Science Yes No No Yes No No No No Psychology Yes No No No Yes No No No Religious Studies No No No No No No No No Depending on their major, they can seek higher education afterward. If they did not major in the subject needed for higher education, they will be rejected because they were not qualified.
It is possible a character can go through graduate school but still be rejected from higher education and vice-versa. A character may attend graduate school to boost their Smarts even if they do not need it.
A character who studies Biology or Chemistry as their major can get into dental school and become a dentist. Dental Hygienists do not have the “Dr.” title before their names, unless they seek the optional higher education.
A character who studies English, Finance, Criminal Justice, or Political Science as their major can get into law school and become a lawyer. There is also a Paralegal job but this does not require Law School, only community college.
A character who studies Biology, Chemistry, Nursing or Psychology as their major can get into medical school and become a doctor. A character who studies Biology or Chemistry as their major can get into pharmacy school and become a pharmacist.
A character who studies Biology or Chemistry as their major can get into veterinary school and become a veterinarian. However, if it is rejected, their relationship will lower and the character loses happiness.
However, if it is rejected, their relationship will lower and the character loses happiness. Compliment: This will increase the relationship with the classmate by a random amount.
Flirt Gift: Increases or decreases relationship by a random amount. The main character can also potentially get bullied by another student for a specific reason.
Each morning waits for you to get off the school bus and then takes your lunch money. Posts mean and embarrassing memes of your face on social media.
Tells you that two wrongs don't make a right, as proven by your parents. If you keep trying to join a club you have been denied entry from, the sponsor will tell you to go away/get lost.
This stat is completely random, and it is used on determining whether the player can get into certain sports clubs. In university, the player can rush a fraternity or sorority, if they are from the United States or Canada.