How to do the Ferris Bueller Challenge in BitLife

This is the part where Cameron goes berserk.

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A new challenge is available in BitLife called the Ferris Bueller Challenge. Similar to the Forrest Gump challenge, you need to complete various goals that were done in the movie by the main characters. Unfortunately, the tasks for that challenge are hidden. Luckily, we have those figured out for you.

  • Be a male born in the United States in Chicago
  • Skip school at least once
  • Insult the principal and get suspended
  • Date a girl from your class
  • Steal a car

The first task is pretty simple. All you have to do is start with your character as a male in Chicago, but you need to start over in life. Once you’ve done that, you can continue to do many other tasks. They all happen while they’re in school, so you don’t need to worry about them growing up for too long.

An easy way to do this is to wait for a classmate to offer for you to skip school with them. The choice should pop up at least once. You can also go to the school tab in education and skip school whenever you want to complete it. Both of these options work.

Next, you need to insult your principal. Your principal should be in your list of available people to speak with at school, in the education tab. Much like any other character in the game, you can freely insult. Your principal should suspend following these actions.

After that, try to find a girl in your class who likes your character and ask them on a date. You may have to win them over, and you can do this by chatting with them, complimenting them, hanging out, or giving them a gift. A gift is an excellent way to speed up the process.

Lastly, you need to steal a car. To do this, go to the Activities tab, and choose crime. You want to pick the Grand Theft Auto option to steal a vehicle. There will be a list of available cars for your character to steal, and it shouldn’t matter which one you pick.

Once you complete all of these, the challenge should be completed, and you’re good to go.