How to Become a Psychiatrist in BitLife

How to Become a Psychiatrist in BitLife

Hope you like school!

BitLife has many job options for varying industries, pay ranges, and education requirements. You can get a part-time job or two or enter university and pursue a medical degree. You can even become a famous musician or a professional sports star if that’s what you prefer. However, for some challenges and achievements, you’ll have to work your way up to a psychiatrist position. If you want to learn more, continue reading to discover how to become a psychiatrist in BitLife.

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How to Become a Psychiatrist in BitLife

Before jumping right into things, it’s important to note that a psychiatrist differs from roles like a surgeon, family physician or school psychologist. It is its own independent career path, but you may run into junior and regular versions of the job. We’ll get more into that later, though!

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With all that said, it’s time to work toward becoming a psychiatrist in BitLife! To start, create a character and age up until they graduate secondary school. Make sure you avoid dropping out or getting a criminal record beforehand, or every job offer will be denied instantly.

From here, there are three steps we’ll cover:

  1. Go to university for a psychology degree
  2. Enrol in medical school
  3. Apply for a psychiatrist job!

Apply to University for a Psychology Degree

After graduation, apply to university and choose psychology as your major. While others may work, this is the one I choose every time, and it has yet to fail me. If you don’t see it in the list, age up your character or close and reopen the BitLife app! Apply to university and complete your four years to move on to the next step!

BitLife Psychology University Degree for Psychiatrist Job
Look for the psychology major once you enter university! | Image via BitLife (iOS)

How to Enter Medical School in BitLife

Once you graduate from university, it’s time for medical school! As a psychiatrist, you’re required to complete eight years in medical school before pursuing the role, so make sure you have enough time and funds for that. Just head back into the list of schools and pick medical school; the process is almost identical to university. Well, except for the massive tuition fee.

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How to Apply For a Psychiatrist Job in BitLife

At least, it’s time to become a psychiatrist! Head into the full-time job list and look through it until you see either a psychiatrist or Jr. Psychiatrist role. In the picture below, I found a Jr. Psychiatrist job and applied before they accepted the offer. This also counts towards challenges, but you can work hard in this role to eventually get promoted to a regular psychiatrist.

BitLife Psychiatrist Job Position
A Jr. Psychiatrist works as well to start! | Image via BitLife (iOS)

With all that done, you’re officially a psychiatrist in BitLife!

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Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.