How To Become a Vet in BitLife

You can become just about anything in BitLife’s simulation game, including a vet. Just like in real life, you will need the right education and skills to be successful in your career.

So if you love animals and want it to be your job, this could be a path for you. In this guide, we will show you how to become a Vet (veterinarian) at BitLife.


  • Graduate from high school with good grades
  • Attend University and major in Biology.
  • Apply to Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Get a job at a Veterinary Clinic to become a Veterinarian

One of the most important factors in becoming a vet is having high intelligence. To get into a good university and major in Biology, work hard in school from a young age, and get good grades.

You probably won’t have the option of applying to Veterinary School or applying for a job at a Veterinary Clinic unless you specialize in sciences like Biology or Chemistry.

If you don’t see Biology as a specialization option, restart your app and check the list of specializations again.

After graduating from University with good grades, you can open the education tab and apply to Veterinary School. Tuition is not cheap, so make sure you have enough money, apply for a loan, or have your parents pay for it.

If you are rejected, you can restart your application and request it again until it is successful. Make sure you study and get good grades in order to graduate.

When you finally graduate from Veterinary School, you can open the jobs section and start looking for a Veterinary position. You should see a few options, including the Jr. Vet or the regular Vet.

Answer the interview question wisely and let it be known that you are passionate about animals.

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