Updated: Feb 17, 2020
The first time I tried the University pack, my Sim struggled to get a B. My mistake was that I jumped right in without exploring the new expansion further. My Sim ate quick snacks all the time, barely had any sleep and did nothing else but study. I was so excited that I picked many classes at once for my Sim, and I had no clue that there was a cafeteria available. Well, long story short, my Sim graduated but it was tiring for her, and for me too.
Let me introduce Sim Charity...
I created another Sim, named her Charity and turned the aging off. Yes, turning the aging off is a must. Otherwise, your Sim will spend most of her life in school - perhaps, even die in school. In my opinion, I advise that your Sim take 2 major subjects and 1 minor subject for each term. This way, your Sim won't feel like he/she is getting cooked slowly in a pressure cooker.
Right in the middle of my game, I found myself stuck - what degree is best for my Sim? And so, I did a little research and I learned that Psychology is the best if you want your Sim to become a professor afterwards. But before doing so, I sent out some scholarship applications.
My Sim applied for 4 scholarships. She was denied of the first one, that was the StrangerVille scholarship program. My Sim lives in the town of StrangerVille, so I'm not really sure why she was not accepted. The other 3 were of so much help because she paid nothing for her schooling. One thing though is that if you choose the Athletics scholarship, specifically the one for Soccer, your Sim will have to play for the Soccer team. In the beginning, I was really excited for my Sim. But I regret applying for the Soccer scholarship. Everyday, she had 3 classes to attend, then by 6 in the evening, she had to rush to her Soccer game or practice. I felt it to be a bit too much for her. It was almost like an overdose of diligence.
In Discover University there are thirteen degrees to choose from. Both University of Britechester and Foxbury Institute offer all thirteen subjects to study.
University of Britechester degrees
There are 7 Distinguished Degrees and 6 other degrees to choose from.
7 Distinguished Degrees
Language and Literature
6 Other Degrees
Foxbury Institute degrees
There are 6 Distinguished Degrees and 7 other degrees to choose from.
6 Distinguished Degrees
7 Other Degrees
Language and Literature
My Sim chose to study Psychology. The core skills needed for this degree are charisma, logic, research and debate. Learning said skills at a normal pace would take forever. Being a very impatient being, I prefer to cheat my way to the perfect life in The Sims 4. By doing so, I am able to help my Sim enjoy her daily life.
Do note that having the needed skills beforehand increases your chance to be accepted. Therefore, I strongly advise that you improve the core skills associated with your chosen degree before anything else. On another note, it really wouldn't hurt to just cheat your way through those skills.
In conclusion, my Sim was lucky enough to have a distinguished degree at the Foxbury Institute. As I had mentioned earlier, the aging was off and this allowed my Sim to enjoy The Sims 4 Discover University Expansion Pack, together with the rest of the packs.
So, did I enjoy The Sims 4 Discover University Expansion Pack? Yes, I did.
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