BitLife: Life Simulator just got a huge new update that completely overhauls the school system in the game. Previously, school just kind of happened, but now, much like with the prison update, school has been turned into a full fledged component of the game.
You can go for the best grades and the highest popularity rating, interact with cliques and social groups, talk to the faculty, drop out, join fraternities and sororities, and more with the new school options that have been added to BitLife.
Read on for the guide to the new school system in BitLife: Life Simulator!
Grade management is one of the first new components that has been added to the game. This also gives new meaning to studying harder, which previously only effected your intelligence levels.
To get the best grades possible, as mentioned above, make sure to study harder as often as makes sense. Additionally, keep your stress levels down, and in the extracurricular activities, go to the library and meditate, and take the memory test to increase your intelligence. The higher your intelligence, the easier it is to make good grades.
Your popularity is much harder to manage than your grades are, which sometimes equates with real life. You have to interact with your classmates and have positive outcomes in order to increase your overall popularity, as it is averaged out between all of your relationships with your classmates.
The key to improving your relationships with your classmates depends entirely on the classmates themselves. It’s different with everyone. Various activities and clique interactions help, too.
Once you get to college, you will also be able to join a fraternity or sorority. This will also be helped by the activities that you engage in, as well as the cliques that you join.
Hit the cliques area to attempt to join a clique. There is a massive amount of them, each of which has a different popularity ranking, so if you want to be popular, join one with a high rating. An ad video has to play before you join. Some you can just join our start hanging out with, while some you have to try out for.
You can drop out of college or university at will, but if you are in grade school, you can’t do it on your own. If you are in grade school, then you have to ask your parents for permission to do so, and they can always say no, forcing you to go the entire way through school.
You can also interact with the faculty, but in order to do so, you have to have a Bitizen subscription. Interacting with the teachers and staff can increase your grades, although it can also negatively affect your popularity.
You can skip school if you want to; there are more risks for this in high school than there are in college. Your grades might go down, but your stress level could also go down if you do this. Test this out with a disposable character, then make your best decision based upon your findings.
Your stress level should be about medium, or halfway up the bar. As long as your stress base is green, you’re good. Your stress bar increases if you try to take on other part time jobs at the same time as school, so start removing jobs and freelance work if your stress level gets too high.