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is there a cheat to keep your kids grades up
Asked at 18:25 on Tuesday 16 August 2005 by Kayleigh (cookie_x) Report this Question


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sims 1 or 2?
Answered at 00:46 on Wednesday 17 August 2005 by Jennifer Olver (Jenolver)
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I dont know. for sims 2 that is... I searched for it but didnt get any result. I think we cant but maybe i'm wrong...
Answered at 12:22 on Wednesday 17 August 2005 by Reechna (Madeline)
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i have been a sims fan since the begining and i havent found anything like that.
Answered at 04:23 on Thursday 18 August 2005 by taylor (ndnumber1fan)
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just keepmaking them go to school in a good mood... hold shift,ctrl and c, the type in "boolprop testingcheatsenabled true" and then hold shift and click a sim then click spawn then "sim modder", a model baby will appear. Then click on it, then click on motives then "(childs name)" and then "MAX ALL" then theeir mood will go up. its best 2 do this when it says "The schoolbus for (sims name) will arrive in about a hour".
Answered at 20:16 on Wednesday 2 November 2005 by simgirl05
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Or you can put MaxMotives in the cheat bar but that makes all the sims on the lot go up.
Answered at 21:47 on Friday 5 May 2006 by Akimi Saruwatari (cooliekitty)
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Did anybody try using the move_objects on cheat to get rid of their homework? It gets rid of unpayed bills and keeps the reposession service from coming, maybe child's grades work the same way. I didn't try though.
Answered at 22:26 on Friday 5 May 2006 by Sessy
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