BitLife: How to Become A Doctor or Brain Surgeon?

Here's how to become a Doctor and Brain Surgeon in BitLife!

To become a Doctor, once you graduate High School, you will need to go to University and major in either Biology or Chemistry (whichever is available). If you have kept your smarts up as high as possible, you will likely qualify for a scholarship.

If not, you can take out a loan or ask your parents to help. Now that you are at University, you will need to continue to maintain your smarts and keep studying hard and heading to the library.

Once you graduate from University, it is time to invest further in your education by heading to some higher education. Scroll on down to Medical School and apply for that, and I hope you get in! If you've done all the steps above and have a high percentage of smarts, it shouldn't be a problem.

Again, apply for a scholarship, and if you don't get it, ask your parents to pay or take out a loan. Don't worry; you'll make all that money back pretty quickly!

Keep studying hard and heading to the library for another seven years! The option to go see a Documentary at the movies should also open up at this point; you can go see one of those if you're struggling to keep your smarts up.

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Once you've completed the grueling seven years of high education, you will finally be able to look for a job. If you've kept your studies and smarts up, you can apply for the Family Physician position. If you are given the job, then you've become a doctor!

If you want to get raises and further your career, make sure to go into the Occupation tab and work harder each year. Make friends with your coworkers and try to maintain good relationships with them.

Quick Rundown on the Doctor Career

  • Have high Smarts, at least 80%
  • University: Biology or Chemistry
  • Higher Education: Medical School

How to Become a Brain Surgeon in BitLife?

If you want to go even further in this career, then you'll need to make sure you are on top of your game. Make sure to keep maintaining your smarts, but also work hard at your position. Just hit the Job menu, and hit the hard work option. While you are here, check out the job listings and look for the Brain Surgeon option. If you're smart enough, you should be given the position if you apply for it!

Tips Setting Up Your Doctor Character in BitLife

Right out of the gate, you will want to make sure your Bitizen is smart. To influence this as your character gets older, make sure to go to the School area and hit "Study Harder" to up your smarts. Higher-tier career people need to be pretty smart, and in Bitlife that is no different!

Once you turn 12, you will start going to the Library, so make sure to do that every year you progress in from now on. You might also Meditate, head to the movies, and do stuff with your parents to maintain your relationship with them. If you are smart enough, you'll end up getting a scholarship, but you might also have to ask your parents for money for college.

During this process, it's important to keep yourself healthy and disease-free. So, once the gym is available, make sure to head there and get your workout on.

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If it's not free, you can ask your parents for money. This is why it's important to increase your relationship with them! Once you are 12 or 13 years old, you can get a Freelance Gig or a Part-Time Job to make some money on the side. Due to you being smart, you might unlock the "Tutor Freelance Gig," which pays quite well.

You might also want to join up one of the stereotypical "smart person" extracurricular activities. These would be the Chess Club, Student Council, or Yearbook Club. It isn't clear that these make a difference, but there's no real harm in adding them as long as you keep your stress down. This may help get you a scholarship to college.

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Andrew Vaughan is a Contributing Writer at Pro Game Guides that has written guides on popular RPGs and FPS survival titles for several years. Andrew Vaughan specializes in survival and roleplaying games and has been a lifelong gamer.
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