BULLY: SCHOLARSHIP EDITION
                           * 100% COMPLETION GUIDE *

   This game is available for the Microsoft Xbox 360 and the Nintendo Wii. I
   created this guide based on the Xbox 360 version however most things will
                             carry over I am sure.

		  By Boag_Himself [boag_himself@hotmail.com]

                          Xbox Live Gamertag: Boagsta

                                  VERSION 1.2

|                           ~~ TABLE OF CONTENTS ~~                           |
| # | SECTION NAME                                              | SEARCH CODE |
| 1.| About This Guide                                          |    BSE01    |
|   |   (a) Updates Log                                         |             |
| 2.| Some Initial Remarks                                      |    BSE17    |
| 3.| Itemised Checklist                                        |    BSE02    |
| 4.| In Depth Guides                                           |    BSE03    |
|   |   (a) Story Missions                                      |    BSE04    |
|   |   (b) Side Missions                                       |    BSE05    |
|   |   (c) School Classes                                      |    BSE06    |
|   |   (d) Rubber Bands                                        |    BSE07    |
|   |   (e) G & G Cards                                         |    BSE08    |
|   |   (f) Gnomes                                              |    BSE09    |
|   |   (g) Transistors                                         |    BSE18    |
|   |   (h) Races                                               |    BSE10    |
|   |   (i) Jobs                                                |    BSE11    |
|   |   (j) Errands                                             |    BSE12    |
|   |   (k) Clothes                                             |    BSE13    |
|   |   (l) Yearbook Photos                                     |    BSE14    |
|   |   (m) Miscellaneous                                       |    BSE15    |
|   |   (n) Room Trophies                                       |    BSE20    |
| 5.| Achievements                                              |    BSE16    |
| 6.| Conclusion                                                |    BSE18    |
|                                                                             |

 ~~ 1. ABOUT THIS GUIDE ~~                                              [BSE01]

	Having now completed this game 100%, and having a lot of free time on
my hands over the next couple of weeks, I thought it would be an interesting
project to take on, in making this guide. A lot of people seem to struggle with
getting 100% in this game, perhaps due to its slightly unstable nature, however
I had no problems whatsoever, so hopefully I can provide some insight into the

	If anyone has any comments, observations, remarks, corrections or
otherwise which you feel have I have to know about, feel free to contact me at
the email address at the top of this document. This is not my primary email
address so my replies may not be as hasty as they could be, however I will try
to get back to everyone.

	UPDATE: Thanks for all the support so far folks. I've had a number of
very positive emails and a lot of great suggestions (along with a shedload of
people asking questions about the game). I'm doing fine so far with getting
back to everyone so i'll try and maintain this level of service. =)

 ~~ 1a. UPDATES LOG ~~                                                  [BSE19]

19/03/08 - Version 1.0 Of Guide Initially Released.

22/03/08 - Fixed a couple of minor errors.

24/03/08 - Version 1.1. List of trophies added. Watch your steph achievement
           updated. Errands guide updated. Reorganised contents table.

 ~~ 2. SOME INITIAL REMARKS ~~                                          [BSE17]

	So, here we go. I feel this section at the start is necessary because
there are a few questions which are commonly asked and which need to be
answered before the guide begins.


	Yes, they can. The only mission which can not be repeated is "The Big
Prank" from Halloween. If you go to sleep on Halloween night, having not
completed this mission, you will not be able to play it later in the game.


	Yes. If you miss or fail any class, they can always be repeated. Even
after you complete the game. There is a short period near the end of the game
where you cannot take classes, but other than that they are always available.


	You get Gary's picture automatically near the end of the game and Zoe
becomes a student in Chapter 6 so you will have to wait until then to get
her picture. At that time you will find her just walking around the campus.


	No, strangely enough this is one of the few things you don't need to
get in order to achieve 100%. You can get it if you like though, but it isn't
a necessity.


	This is a very common glitch. I will go into more detail about it
later in the guide, but the basic strategy is to save and restart the game
then return to where the Errand should appear.

 ~~ 3. ITEMISED CHECKLIST ~~                                            [BSE02]

	This is a basic list of each individual thing which you must do to get
to 100%. Feel free to print this off so you can keep track of what you have
done. If you are struggling with a particular section of the guide, use Ctrl+F
to search the in depth guides by typing in the correct code, which you will
find between the square brackets next to each entry.

  TASK                                               COMPLETED?   SEARCH CODE
| Complete All Story Missions                     |     [  ]     |   BSE04   |
| Complete All Side Missions                      |     [  ]     |   BSE05   |
| Complete All Classes To Level 5                 |     [  ]     |   BSE06   |
| Collect All 75 Rubber Bands                     |     [  ]     |   BSE07   |
| Collect All 40 G + G Cards                      |     [  ]     |   BSE08   |
| Smash All 25 Garden Gnomes                      |     [  ]     |   BSE09   |
| Collect All 6 Transistors & Learn Moves         |     [  ]     |   BSE10   |
| Win All Go-Kart Races                           |     [  ]     |   BSE10   |
| Win All Bicycle Races                           |     [  ]     |   BSE10   |
| Complete All Lawn Mowing Jobs                   |     [  ]     |   BSE11   |
| Complete All Paper Route Jobs                   |     [  ]     |   BSE11   |
| Complete 30 - 40 Errands*                       |     [  ]     |   BSE12   |
| Collect All 335 Clothing Items                  |     [  ]     |   BSE13   |
| Take All Yearbook Photos                        |     [  ]     |   BSE14   |
| Win All Boxing Matches                          |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Ride Each Carnival Ride Once                    |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| *WIN* Each Carnival Game Once                   |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Buy All Items From Carnival Shop                |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Fail Any Five Classes                           |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Pull Twenty Fire Alarms                         |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Travel 100 KM On Foot                           |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Travel 50 KM On Skateboard                      |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Travel 100 KM On Bicycle                        |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Get High Score On Arcade Games                  |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Play Penalty Shootout & Keep Ups Mini Games     |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Buy 500 Sodas                                   |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Smash All Pumpkins From Halloween               |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Smash All Gravestones From Halloween            |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Beat Up The Secret Pirate                       |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |
| Spray A Tag Of Each Clique                      |     [  ]     |   BSE15   |

* The number of Errands which you actually have to complete varies from player
  to player, but you shouldn't have to do any more than 40 out of the 50.

 ~~ 4. IN-DEPTH GUIDES ~~                                               [BSE03]

	These short guides will describe in a little more detail what each
entry of the itemised list means. This is not a walkthrough guide, as, since
it's really a very easy game, you shouldn't have too much trouble with the
missions, but it'll provide hints and tips on the trickier aspects of the game.

 ~~ 4a. STORY MISSIONS ~~                                               [BSE04]

	The story missions in Bully are those which progress you through the
game and progress you through each chapter. There are 5 chapters in total but
once you complete them all you can continue playing in "Endless Summer", where
you can finish any side missions which you happen to have missed. There are 76
missions in total, about 55 of which are story missions.


1. Welcome To Bullworth
2. This Is Your School
3. Get To Class
4. The Setup
5. The Slingshot
6. A Little Help
7. Save Algie
8. Defend Bucky
9. That Bitch
10. The Candidate
11. Halloween
12. Help Gary
13. Russell In The Hole


14. Last Minute Shopping
15. Hattrick vs Galloway
16. Prep Challenge
17. The Eggs
18. Movie Tickets
19. Carnival Date
20. Race The Vale
21. Beach Rumble
22. Tad's House
23. Boxing Challenge
24. Dishonorable Fight


25. Jealous Johnny
26. Christmas Is Here
27. Bait
28. Tagging
29. Wrong Part Of Town
30. Lola's Race
31. Tenements
32. Rumble
33. Fighting Johnny Vincent


34. Stronghold Assault
35. Nerd Boss
36. Paparazzi
37. Funhouse Fun
38. Defender Of The Castle
39. Nice Outfit
40. Discretion Assured
41. The Big Game
42. Jock Boss


43. Making A Mark
44. The Gym Is Burning
45. Rats In The Library
46. Finding Johnny Vincent
47. Revenge On Mr. Burton
48. Preppies Vandalized
49. Expelled
50. Busting In, Part I
51. Busting In, Part II
52. Complete Mayhem, Part I
53. Complete Mayhem, Part II
54. Final Showdown

 ~~ 4b. SIDE MISSIONS ~~                                                [BSE05]

	The side missions are those which do not have to be completed in order
to progress the main story, however they can have a number of benefits such as
money, extra clothing items and new abilities. The only side mission which must
be completed at the time it appears is "The Big Prank" at Halloween. If you
want to get 100% YOU MUST complete this mission on that night, otherwise it
will not be available again. Any other missions you miss as you play through
the game will all become available when you reach Endless Summer.

 ~~ 4c. SCHOOL CLASSES ~~                                               [BSE06]

	Obviously, the setting of Bully is basically your typical highschool, so
naturally you'll be expected to attend classes. You have 2 classes per day and
they run in a 5 day cycle, as follows.

                      MORNING (9:00 - 11:30)        AFTERNOON (1:30 - 3:30)
|      DAY 1      |         Chemistry          |          English            |
|      DAY 2      |            Art             |            Gym              |
|      DAY 3      |          Biology           |           Music             |
|      DAY 4      |           Shop             |         Photography         |
|      DAY 5      |         Geography          |            Math             |

	Each class has 5 levels. When you complete a class, the next time you
sit it, you will sit the next level. If you fail or skip a class you will always
repeat that one until you pass it, so it is never impossible to pass all levels
of every class.


	This is, without doubt, the easiest of the classes, most people with
the smallest amount of timing will be able to nail this first try. Simply press
the button as it enters the box as it scrolls along the screen. The only place
you slip up is if you are unfamiliar with the Xbox controller, but otherwise
you will find this very easy.


	In English you are presented with a group of letters which you must
descramble and form as many different words of varying lengths as you can
within the time limit. The first few levels are very straightforward but it can
get pretty tricky later on. For those of you who are struggling, here is the
complete list of all possible letter combinations for each level.

     Level 1:
     Mellow, Mewl, Moll, Meow, Mole, Well, Elm, Mow, Low, Owe, Mew, Owl, Woe.

     Level 2:
     Fights, Sight, Shift, Gifts, Fight, This, Gift, Gist, Sift, Hits, Sign,
     Fist, Fits, Fish, Figs, Ifs, Its, Hit, Sit, His, Fit, Fig.

     Level 3:
     Smiles, Slimes, Limes, Slime, Seism, Smile, Slims, Isles, Miles, Lies,
     Less, Leis, Lime, Semi, Slim, Mile, Isle, Mess, Miss, Mise, Elms, Mil,
     Lie, Lei, Elm.

     Level 4:
     Crayon, Acorn, Carny, Crony, Corny, Rayon, Cony, Narc, Roan, Nary, Racy,
     Yarn, Corn, Cyan, Cran, Rya, Yon, Oar, Coy, Cry, Car, Cay, Can, Con, Nor,
     Nay, Any, Ray, Ran, Arc.

     Level 5:
     Dagger, Ragged, Agger, Grade, Raged, Gager, Gear, Egad, Read, Dear, Rage,
     Grad, Gage, Dreg, Drag, Dare, Aged, Egg, Rad, Gag, Gar, Gad, Dag, Era,
     Ear, Erg, Rag, Are, Age, Red.

~~ ART ~~

	In Art you must box off areas of a picture by moving the left stick,
and avoid being hit by any of the enemies which cause you to lose a life. This
can be tricky at first but once you get the hang of it it's no problem. Just
take it slowly, boxing off small areas at a time, and only venturing into a
large area if you're sure you're not going to be hit. Also, the powerups are
extremely useful so always try and get to them where possible.

~~ GYM ~~

	Again, nothing particularly worth explaining for Gym. The first couple
of classes you'll be learning some basic wrestling moves, it comes up on the
screen what you have to do though. Secondly you're playing dodgeball. Personally
I struggled with this, but there is a certain technique to it. First of all,
mash Y to make sure you get posession of the ball then immediately hold A to
take out your first guy. All going to plan the ball should bounce back off him
so you can collect it. Run as close as you can to one of your opponents and hold
A again to finish him off. Rinse, and repeat. If one of your opponents gets the
ball then its easy enough to catch if he targets you, but if one your team mates
gets targeted then you're most likely going to lose a point!


	Now, this is in some peoples' opinions the most difficult class. However,
others, including myself, find it extremely easy so I will do my best to explain
the most efficient technique to the dissections.

	So, you start off having to nail down the animal. This is where using both
thumbsticks is most useful as it greatly increases the cursor speed, so really 
focus and grab the nails as quickly as possible, as soon as you get to an X just
hit A and start moving back to the tools immediately. Next when you have to peel
back the skin, again very quickly dart over with both thumbsticks and repeat
the same technique. For the organs, the most effective way to cut them out is to
hold RB to steady the blade but still go round as fast as you can, just making
sure you hit all the green dots.

	Use this two thumbstick technique and just focus on doing everything as
fast as you can and you should have no problems at all with this class.

~~ MUSIC ~~

	Again, a problematic one for some because of the terrible registering of
the double notes where you have to push both triggers at once. Some people have
suggested slamming them as hard as you can or mashing them at the correct time
helps. Personally, I find just gently pressing them in, making sure you press
them both at EXACTLY the same time, is the most effective way to pass this
(and of not breaking your controller! :P)

~~ SHOP ~~

	Now, here we come to the most poorly coded aspect of the game without
doubt! In this class you essentially HAVE to use a guide because if you're not
doing the actions before they pop up, it'll fail you almost instantly. So, as
with English, here's the answers!

     Level 1:
     LS Clockwise, Tap A, LS Anti-Clockwise.

     Level 2:
     LS Clockwise, Tap X, Tap A, LS Anti-Clockwise.

     Level 3:
     LS Clockwise, Tap A, LS Clockwise, Tap X, LS Anti-Clockwise.

     Level 4:
     LS Anti-Clockwise, Tap A, LS Clockwise, Tap X, Tap B, LS Clockwise.

     Level 5:
     Tap B, Tap Y, LS Clockwise, Tap A, LS Anti-Clockwise, Tap X, Tap B,
     LS Anti-Clockwise.


	Again, a very easy class unless you get busted or knocked out during your
little trips into the town. You should have no problems with this as you get on
screen prompts about where to go and what to do and you get LOADS of time to do
it. If you find you are short on time, remember you can always take the bus back
to school which is instantaneous.


	Now, this is where the limitations of a text based guide become most
evident! Thanks to "blazin" from the Xbox360Achievements.org forums for these
maps of where everything is:

     Level 1:

     Level 2:

     Level 3:

     Level 4:

     Level 5:

~~ MATH ~~

	This one requires some pretty quick thinking. The first 2 levels are
very straightforward but after that, a few people who aren't so good at math
may struggle. So, here's the answers to levels 3, 4 and 5.

     Level 3:
     1kg = 1000g, 36 = 6 x 6, Tallest = Cathedral, 0.5 = 1/2, 360 = 180 x 2,
     Smallest = Pizza, Slowest = Snail, 16 + 10 = 26, 2 + 9 = 11, 400 = 20 x 20,
     Smallest = Snail, Biggest = Saturn, 10 - 10 + 7 = 7, Lowest = 2234,
     6 + 5 = 11, Triangles = 7, 6/18 = 1/3, 1g = 0.01kg, 17 - 11 = 6,
     2 + 7 + 2 = 11, Smallest = Whale, Fastest = Whale, 190 - 160 = 30,
     Squares = 7, 13 + 8 + 2 = 23.

     Level 4:
     Fastest = Plane, Lowest = 0.09, Triangles = 7, 49 = 57 - 8, 0.625kg = 625g,
     Circles = 8, 0 = 0 x 125, Biggest = Skyscraper, Fastest= Rocket, Shortest =
     Birdhouse, 15 - 9 = 6, Triangles = 3, Slowest = Turtle, Squares = 7,
     3000 = 50 x 60, 1 + 4 - 2 = 3, Smallest = Key, 17 + 8 = 25, 1200 = 20 x 60,
     48500g = 48.5kg.

     Level 5:
     13 + 8 + 2 = 23, Lowest= 2234, Shortest= Kennel, 2 = 9 - 7, 689g= 0.689 kg,
     Squares = 8, 8 + 6 - 3 = 11, Fastest= Plane, Triangles = 4, Highest = 33.8,
     255 = 5 x 51, 0.75 = 3/4, Biggest = Bridge, Fastest = Plane, 1.25 = 5/4,
     Slowest = Pyramid, 12 + 6 - 11 = 7, 3.14 = 31.4 x 0.1, Triangles = 8,
     7 + 7 + 3 = 17, Fastest = Rocket, Shortest= Gravestone, Biggest= Cathedral,
     1/8 = 0.125.

 ~~ 4d. RUBBER BANDS ~~                                                 [BSE07]

	There are 75 of these bad boys scattered around the map. You may be
thinking at first that this is one of those things they just cram into the game
at the last minute to add a bit of extra length and just generally annoy people.
But, no! (Well, yes, but it's not as bad.) In Bully, once you complete your
Geography classes, the Rubber Bands are actually unlocked on your map, so you
can find them completely of your own accord, just by looking at your map.
Sometimes the location seems a bit general though but search the area thoroughly
and you'll find it no bother since they glow quite obviously! Hopefully i'll
update this guide soon with a complete list of their locations.

	When you collect all 75 you will receive the "Rubber Band Ball" in your
weapon wheel... it's a major disappointment to be brutally honest, but you can
have some fun with it, and it has to be done for 100% anyway, so meh!

 ~~ 4e. G + G CARDS ~~                                                  [BSE08]

	Again, complete your Geography classes and you'll get the locations of
all 40 cards on your maps. These are all actually in pretty easily accessible
places so you should have no trouble finding them. Your reward for collecting
them all is a rather fetching G + G based costume, revel in the geeky joy. =)

 ~~ 4f. SMASHING GNOMES ~~                                              [BSE09]

	You only have to smash 25 of these little guys, and they're all in
gardens, making them very easy to find, in order to unlock the lovely Gnome
outfit. Again, Geography is your friend for finding them. Most of them are in
the Old Bullworth Vale area though.

 ~~ 4g. TRANSISTORS ~~                                                  [BSE18]

	There are only 6 of these around the map, but again you'll find them no
problem with your geography classes. Once you find them you have to take them
to the hobo who lives behind the abandoned bus in the school car park. (You'll
get a blip on your map anyway when you've got a transistor to give him).

	This guy will teach you special fighting techniques and combos from
"when he was in the army". They're actually very useful moves, especially the
last couple, so learn them as early as you can in the game and it'll make the
missions a fair bit easier!

 ~~ 4h. RACES ~~                                                        [BSE10]

	There are 2 types of Race in Bully, Bicyle Races and Go-Kart Races. You
must complete all of both of them to get 100%. Also, completing all of the
Go-Kart races unlocks the rather lovely bonus of having access to the Go-Kart
whenever you want!

~~ Go-Kart Races ~~

	There are a total of 8 Go-Kart Races. They are all VERY easy, just don't
break except at the VERY tight corners and you'll win by a considerable margin.
The first 5 Go-Kart races are on the course at the Carnival. After that you will
unlock another 2 races in Old Bullworth Vale, and having completed them you will
unlock a final race in Blue Skies Industrial Park (assuming you've reached Ch 5)

~~ Bicycle Races ~~

	There are a total of 14 Bicycle Races. Again, they are pretty easy. You
may struggle with a couple but keep trying and make sure you get out to the
front of the pack and it's pretty hard to lose unless you crash or something.
You will unlock Bike Races in a few different locations around the map, shown
by a little gold cup on your map. The last one begins in the actual school
grounds, but you can't enter it until at least Chapter 5 as it goes around the
entire map.

 ~~ 4i. JOBS ~~                                                         [BSE11]

	The part time jobs which you can do in Bully appear as green $ signs on
your map. They involve either mowing lawns or delivering newspapers. Both of
these are quite fun and reward you with quite a lot of money.

	There are 6 levels of the lawn mowing which must be completed for 100%.
At first you will only have access to the Park area which contains 3 levels.
After Chapter 3, the House area will unlock for lawn mowing too, which contains
the other 3 levels.

	There are also 6 levels of paper delivering. In each you have to deliver
a higher number of papers up to the highest of 24, and you receive an increasing
amount of money for each job. These are very straightforward, just hold RT or
LT until a target appears around the mail box and then release to throw.

 ~~ 4j. ERRANDS ~~                                                      [BSE12]


	Just... just... *sigh*


	That is exactly how you'll feel when you have to deal with the Errands
in this game! So, they're pretty fun, but this aspect of the game is SOOOOOOOO
glitchy. It can be combatted, and it doesn't happen to everyone, but most will
have some sort of problem when trying to complete all the Errands.

	First of all, there is no set number of Errands which you have to do
to get 100%. It seems to change from person to person, but generally speaking
after doing everything else in the game, you will be maybe 0.3% away from
100%, or around that. So you make up the rest of it by doing any of the 50
errands which you haven't completed, each of which are worth 0.04%.

	So, then comes the problem. Up till around Chapter 2 or 3, you should
have absolutely no problem finding errands. They appear as small blue cross
on your mini map, and to accept them from people you simply press LT + A.

... simple ...

	But no! It can never be simple. Once you get a bit further in the game,
generally around Chapter 3 you will probably find that Errands COMPLETELY stop
showing up, and no-one knows why. Anyway, the basic technique for getting them
to show up again is to save and restart your console as many times as it takes
to get them to appear again.

	I've done a fair bit of experimenting with this and it usually only
takes one or two restarts to get them to show up, and they will continue to
show up until you start a mission, change clothes, get busted, or anything
like that, unless you're lucky. Also, if you load during the daytime errands
then they seem to stop appearing around 6pm but the night time errands do
not start appearing. So, to get night time errands to appear, you'll have to
save and reload AT NIGHT.


	Anyway, here's a list of all the errands so you know where you have to
go for the ones you've not got yet.



"Blow The Toilet"
Given By: Sheldon
Location: Outside Boy's Bathroom In The School
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Bog Roll"
Given By: Vance
Location: Boy's Bathroom In The School
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Bog Roll 2"
Given By: Max
Location: Boy's Bathroom In The School
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

Given By: Christy
Location: School Parking Lot
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00

"Egg The Boys' Dorm"
Given By: Karen
Location: In Front Of Girls' Dorm
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00

"Egg The Girls' Dorm"
Given By: Constantino
Location: In Front Of Boys' Dorm
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00

"Escort Algie"
Given By: Algernon
Location: Second Floor Of School
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Fire Alarm"
Given By: Sheldon
Location: School, Main Foyer
Time: 8:00 -> 4:30

"Locker Stuff"
Given By: Casey
Location: First Floor Of School
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

Given By: Gloria
Location: School, Main Foyer
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Secret Admirer"
Given By: Constantino
Location: First Floor Of School
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Secret Admirer 2"
Given By: Melody
Location: First Floor Of School
Available: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Takin' Out The Trash"
Given By: Pedro
Location: Between Fountain And Main Building
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00


** "Detective Jimmy"			 **
** Given By: Monson			 **
** Location: In Front Of Town Hall	 **
** Time: 8:00 -> 19:00			 **

"Free Drugs"
Given By: Handy
Location: Near Easy Drugs Store
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Lost Dog"
Given By: Mr. Bambillo
Location: Near The Comic Shop
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Lost Dog 2"
Given By: Bethany
Location: Near The Tunnel To Greaser Area
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Lost Jacket"
Given By: Algernon
Location: Near The Police Station
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Stolen Bike"
Given By: Tobias
Location: Near The Bike Shop
Time: 8:00 -> 24:00

"Thank You For Not Smoking"
Given By: Ivanovich
Location: Gas Station
Time: 8:00 -> 24:00

"Water Balloons"
Given By: Otto
Location: A Rooftop Near The Bike Shop
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

** "Weird Hobo"				 **
** Given By: Handy			 **
** Location: Near The Comic Shop	 **
** Time: 8:00 -> 19:00			 **


"Balancing Act"
Given By: Pedro
Location: On The Large Pier
Time: 8:00 -> 21:00

"Bullworth Vale Tag"
Given By: Casey
Location: Bullworth Vale Gardens
Time: 8:00 -> 21:00

"Coming Attractions"
Given By: Mr. Sullivan
Location: Near Souvenir Tent, In The Carnival
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Crab Traps"
Given By: Mr. Martin
Location: Near The Large Pier
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

** "Fast Food"				 **
** Given By: Mr. Huntington		 **
** Location: Around Fast Food Restaurant **
** Time: 8:00 -> 19:00			 **

"Goin' Postal"
Given By: Mr. Svenson
Location: Bullworth Vale Gardens
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Great Escape"
Given By: Mrs. Lisburn
Location: Happy Endings Retirement Home
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00

"Lost Teddy Bear"
Given By: Karen
Location: On The Beach, Near The Gym
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

Given By: Pedro
Location: On The Large Pier
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Swim Meet"
Given By: Justin
Location: On The Beach, Near The Save House
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"The Widow"
Given By: Mrs. Lisburn
Location: Happy Endings Retirement Home
Time: 8:00 -> 23:00


"Egg The Tenements"
Given By: Justin
Location: Near Spazz Warehouse
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00

"Escort Service 2"
Given By: Christy
Location: Near Yum Yum Market
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00

"Help The Elderly"
Given By: Miss Abby
Location: Near Final Cut Barbers
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00

Given By: Buckingham
Location: Near Barber Shop
Time: 17:00 -> 23:00

"New Coventry Tag"
Given By: Otto
Location: Near The Train Bridge
Time: 17:00 -> 23:00

"Rat Infestation"
Given By: Morrison
Location: In Front Of Tenements
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Spazz Delivery"
Given By: Salvatore
Location: Near Spazz Warehouse
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Tag Proof"
Given By: Ivanovich
Location: Near Bridge To BSIP
Time: 17:00 -> 23:00

"Tenement Fires"
Given By: Morrison
Location: In Front Of Tenements
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Vehicular Vandalism"
Given By: Vance
Location: Near Yum Yum Market
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00


"Cable Guy"
Given By: Mr. Castillo
Location: Near Spencer Shipping Warehouse
Time: 17:00 -> 21:00

"Greasy Eggs"
Given By: Otto
Location: Near Spazz Industries
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Loons On The Loose"
Given By: Gregory
Location: Front Of The Asylum
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Lost Cargo"
Given By: McInnes
Location: Around The Docks Area
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Rat Poison"
Given By: Mr. Buckingham
Location: Around The Docks Area
Time: 8:00 -> 17:00

"Shipping And Receiving"
Given By: Mr. Castillo
Location: Near Save House
Time: 8:00 -> 19:00

"Vehicular Vandalism 2"
Given By: Otto
Location: Near Wonder Meats Warehouse
Time: 19:00 -> 23:00

 ~~ 4k. CLOTHES ~~                                                      [BSE13]

	There are a total of 335 clothing items to be obtained through the
course of the game, most of which can be bought in the various shops which are
as follows:

	- Aquaberry In Old Bullworth Vale
	- Shop On The Ground Floor Of The School
	- Shop In Bullworth Town
	- Shop Inside Final Cut Barbers In New Coventry
	- Souvenir Tent At The Carnival

	Once you buy and obtain all the clothes from missions, you will receive
the rather tacky gold suit, adding the last items to your inventory. The only
item of clothing which is not mandatory for 100% is the prison outfit which
is obtained by doing detention at school, but you can get it if you like!

 ~~ 4l. YEARBOOK PHOTOS ~~                                              [BSE14]

	After completing Level 2 Art, you will unlock the ability to take
photos of the students for the yearbook. You must take photo of all 61 of the
students to get 100%. This sounds difficult and intimidating at first but it is
actually a lot easier than it sounds. As you play through the game, simply take
photos of all the students you come across and your yearbook will fill up in
no time at all, if you are having trouble with a particular person, check the
list below to see what clique they belong to and then head to that specific
clique's hideout and you will find them without too much trouble. Note, there is
no point in complaining about having missed certain people until you have
completed the games missions as you get a few people, such as the leaders of 
the cliques automatically as you progress.

     *Stars donate the clique's leader.*

     Algernon, Beatrice, Bucky, Cornelius, Donald, *Earnest*, Fatty, Melvin,

     Hal, *Johnny*, Lefty, Lola, Lucky, Norton, Peanut, Ricky, Vance.

     Bif, Chad, *Derby*, Gord, Justin, Parker, Pinky, Tad.

     Bo, Casey, Damon, Dan, Juri, Kirby, Luis, Mandy, *Ted*.

     Davis, Ethan, *Russell*, Tom, Trent, Troy, Wade.

     Young Students:
     Angie, Constantino, Gloria, Gordon, Ivan, Karen, Lance, Melody, Pedro,
     Petey, Sheldon.

     No Clique:
     Bryce, Christy, Eunice, Gary, Jimmy, Ray, Trevor, Zoe.

 ~~ 4m. MISCELLANEOUS ~~                                                [BSE15]

	This is all the minor things and small tasks which you have to also
complete in order to get 100%, most of them are just small things which are
pretty straightforward and won't require much explanation.


	Exactly what it says on the tin. If you go to the Boxing Gym in
Bullworth Vale you will find a mission marker next to the ring, step in this
and press Y to begin the boxing missions. When you start getting pitted against
a random opponent, as the game puts it, then you've done enough.


	There are 3 carnival rides which you can go on. The rollercoaster, the
Ferris Wheel and the Octopus. Ride each one once.


	You also have to play each of the Carnival sideshows at least once,
these are the little games scattered around such as the Shooting Range.

	I didn't realise when I first created this guide but you have to in 
fact WIN each of the carnival games, as they do add a considerable percentage
increase, particularly "Strike Out".


	This works slightly different from the regular shops, in that you don't
spend money, you spend tickets which you have earned from the sideshows. After
you have completed Art 5 you gain double tickets from the Carnival so you're as
well to wait until then to do this. The fastest way to get enough tickets is
by playing the strength game where you have to tap A in order to hit the bell,
this takes about 10 seconds a time and gets you 6 tickets. If you're very good
at the shooting gallery, however, you can get 40 tickets a pop, but that takes
a good bit longer, and is much harder to do well in.


	This is, really, included in the clothing task, but I felt it had to be
mentioned here. If you fail any 5 classes you will receive a special item of
clothing. It doesn't matter if you've already passed all levels of all classes,
you can still repeat level 5 and fail it as many times as you need.


	Again, this will get you a special item of clothing. You will find fire
alarms all over the school campus. The easiest way to get this is to stand in
the boys dorm, pull the alarm, wait for it to stop ringing, then pull it again
and continue. It's easiest in the boys dorm as there are no authority figures
to bust you.


	Self explanatory. You'll probably get at least 2 of these in just playing
through the game, but if not it's easy enough just to run/skate/cycle around
until you get it. For an easy way to get the Skateboard one, simply skitch the
back of a car and watch TV or read a book for a while, as this still counts as
skateboarding. (Remember you'll pass out at 2am though).


	You only have to get the top score on Consumo, Monkey Fling and Nutshots,
NOT the racing games. This can be a pretty tricky thing to do at first, but they
are all the kind of games where if you keep practicing you'll eventually get it
pretty easily. You'll likely manage each top score within 5 tries, it can get
extremely frustrating sometimes though.

	You can find all 3 arcade machines in the Souvenir tent at the carnival.


	You have to complete each of these once, and they're very easy. You'll
find the Penalty Shootout game just outside the Gym & Swimming Pool buildings.
You'll find the Keep Ups game at the edge of the football field, on the way
to the observatory.

~~ BUY 500 SODAS ~~

	Just head to any Yum Yum market and repeatedly tap A on a Soda. At 100
they'll say they're out of stock but just exit and enter again. Rinse, and
repeat until you have 500. Easy. =)


	These will be scattered around the campus at Halloween, but if you miss
them then (as most people do), they can all be found conveniently in one area
in the school basement. There's a small door around the side of the school to
get to the basement.


	These will also be around the campus at Halloween, but again if you miss
them you can get them later. These are located in the warehouse in Blue Skies
Industrial Park. If you don't know where this is, you and Zoe go there during
a mission so you can get them then.


	This guy caused a fair few problems for some people, again down to glitches.
His location is on the small island, which if you look at your map, you will
see right at the south end of the map. You will see a small yellow area which
indicates the beach which he is on. Swim over here and beat him up to get an
extra clothing item and some all important completion percentage!


	Once you unlock tagging you will see markers on the walls everywhere
you go. Go to the clique's specific areas or just general areas like the outside
of the school and spray a tag insulting each clique for this.

 ~~ 4n. ROOM TROPHIES ~~                                                [BSE20]

	Strictly speaking, you don't have to obtain all of the trophies in
order to get 100%, which is why I didn't include it in the checklist. However,
in the course of completing the checklist, you will obtain all 40 trophies, but
just for interests sake, here's a list of all 40 of them! In order starting
from the door, heading in a clockwise direction round the room.

1.  Worn Shirt				21. Venus Flytrap
2.  Paper Delivery Ribbon		22. G + G Character Sheets
3.  Chinstrap				23. Picture Of Ms. Phillips
4.  Rock Poster				24. Car Poster
5.  Planet Mobile			25. V For Victory Poster
6.  Bullworth Crest			26. Leather Jacket
7.  Picture Of Lola			27. Bike Race Trophy
8.  Picture Of Pinky			28. Abacus
9.  Picture Of Beatrice			29. Standard Trophy
10. Stolen Panties			30. Halloween Gravestone
11. Picture Of Mandy			31. Halloween Pumpkin
12. Picture Of Zoe			32. Stuffed Bear
13. Skeleton				33. Grim Reaper
14. Art Set				34. Garden Gnome
15. Globe				35. Orderly Uniform
16. Boxing Gloves			36. Football Top
17. Burnt Banner			37. Dodgeball
18. Steering Wheel			38. Rat In A Jar
19. Bike Frame				39. Cowbell
20. "BUSTED!" Picture			40. Blue Skies Poster

 ~~ 5. ACHIEVEMENTS ~~                                                  [BSE16]

	Most of the achievements aren't actually necessary to get 100% in the
game but a lot of 360 players are pretty obsessed with their gamerscore so this
is for you guys! Obviously, 1000 points are available, so here's how to get 'em


	Pretty self-explanatory. Travel 100km on your bike. If you used your
bike a reasonable amount then you'll probably get this as you play through the
game, otherwise just cycle around the map until it unlocks!


	Complete all of the missions. If you qualify for this achievement, your
"Missions Completed" statistic should be at 76. If it's not, you've missed

~~ GRADUATE (40 G) ~~

	Complete Chapter 5 of the game.


	Collect 250 articles of clothing. Doesn't matter if you buy them or get
them from missions etc, just get that number.

~~ MOMMA'S BOY (25 G) ~~

	Complete a total of 30 errands. See earlier in the guide for more
information on errands.

~~ SKATE PRO (25 G) ~~

	Travel 50km on your skateboard. This can be obtained easily by skitching
(press Y) on the back of a car and then doing something else for a while.
Remember you pass out at 2am but just get up the next morning and do the same
thing, shouldn't take long to unlock the achievement.

~~ THE CHAMPION (20 G) ~~

	Win all bike races, see earlier in the guide for more information on
the bike races and where they are.

~~ POLE POSITION (20 G) ~~

	Win all go-kart races, see earlier in the guide for more information on
the go-kart races and where they are.

~~ SENIOR (20 G) ~~

	Complete Chapter 4 of the game.

~~ GREEN THUMBS UP (20 G) ~~

	Pick a total of 50 flowers. These can be found in front of the library
and the girls' dorm. You can only carry a maximum of 10 flowers at any one
time but you can give them away to boys or girls in order to pick more.

~~ DUAL NEBULA (20 G) ~~

	Get the high score in Consumo, Nut Shots and Monkey Fling arcade games.
See earlier in the guide for more information on this.


	Knock out 200 people. Usually easier to do this on students. Most likely,
unless you've been extremely passive, you'll unlock this in the course of just
playing through the game.


	Kiss 20 guys. Simple enough, kiss 20 guys. The most common guys around
campus who are kissable are Trent, the blonde bully with a white shirt and
Cornelius, the dark haired nerd with trousers pulled up to his chest. Give
them a bunch of flowers and they'll happily make out with you.

~~ JUNIOR (20 G) ~~

	Complete Chapter 3 of the game.

~~ MARATHON (25 G) ~~

	Pretty self explanatory, travel 100km on foot. Easily achievable just
from playing through the game.


	This is one for the perseverers, smash 300 bottles in the shooting
range side show at the Carnival. No real strategy, just pay your $2 and keep
shooting bottles. It doesn't take as long as you might think.

~~ THE WHEEL DEAL (25 G) ~~

	Perform 200 wheelies on a bike. This can be obtained pretty quickly,
just pull down on the left stick until he does a wheelie, then immediately
let go. Repeat this 200 times, 25G, hooray!

~~ LITTLE ANGEL (20 G) ~~

	Complete a total of 20 errands. See earlier in the guide for more
information on errands.

~~ WATCH YOUR STEP (20 G) ~~

	Trip 25 people with marbles. Easy enough to get, just get a bag of
marbles, which can be bough from the comic store or found behind the abandoned
bus at the school. Then, pick a fight with someone and get them chasing you.
Throw down some marbles, run to the other side, and repeat until you've
tripped them 25 times! 

	UPDATE: Thanks to "merciless melo" (Xbox Live GT) for an alternative
suggestion to complete this. Simply throw bags of marbles all over the halls
of the boys dorm, pull the fire alarm and watch the chaos ensue!

~~ EGGSELLENT! (20 G) ~~

	Easy enough, egg 25 cars. Just throw them anywhere at the car, doesn't
have to be the windscreen. It has to be 25 different cars though, you can't
just throw 25 eggs at one car.

~~ SMELL YA LATER (25 G) ~~

	Hit 50 people with stink bombs. Not much to explain here, just throw
stink bombs at people, wait for the cloud to clear, then throw another. If you
catch 2 or 3 people in the cloud, it counts as that many hits, so that's pretty
nice of it!

~~ SKIDMARK (25 G) ~~

	Give 50 wedgies. Run up behind any guy, hold LT and press B to administer
a wedgie. Run around the campus doing this and you'll get it in no time.

~~ KICKIN' THE BALLS (20 G) ~~

	Kick 100 Soccer balls... or the same one 100 times. Get a ball into a
tight area such as the alley behind the boys dorms to do this a bit quicker.


	Complete all paper route jobs. See earlier in the guide for more info
on the jobs.

~~ SOPHOMORE (20 G) ~~

	Complete Chapter 2 of the game.

~~ GREEN THUMB (20 G) ~~

	Complete all lawn mowing jobs. See earlier in the guide for more info
on the jobs.

~~ SMART MOUTH (25 G) ~~

	Say 100 taunts. (Press LB and B to say a taunt) Just spam this on a
knocked out foe or the school secretary to get this easily.

~~ HELPING HAND (20 G) ~~

	Complete a total of 10 errands. See earlier in the guide for more
information on errands.

~~ CASANOVA (20 G) ~~

	Kiss a girl 25 times. Give a girl flowers so she'll want to kiss you,
do this 25 times for t
he achievement.

~~ SODA'LICIOUS (20 G) ~~

	Buy 100 cans of Beam Cola from machines or Yum Yum Markets.

~~ SPEED FREAK (20 G) ~~

	Complete 1/2 of all go-kart races. See earlier in the guide for more
information on the go-kart races.

~~ BOY GENIUS (30 G) ~~

	Complete 9 seperate levels of classes.


	Complete all 4 Carnival games once. See earlier in the guide for more
information on the carnival games.

~~ FRESHMAN (20 G) ~~

	Complete Chapter 1 of the game.

~~ TEACHER'S PET (20 G) ~~

	Complete 6 seperate levels of classes.

~~ AFTER HOURS (20 G) ~~

	Spend a total of 5 hours out after curfew. Curfew is 11 O'clock and
you can accumulate this over a number of days, it doesn't have to be done in
one night, which would in fact be impossible.

~~ KEENER (20 G) ~~

	Complete 3 sepearate levels of classes.


	The big boy, for which this guide was created. Do everything, see
everything and get everything to unlock this achievement!

 ~~ 6. CONCLUSION ~~                                                    [BSE18]

	So there we have it folks! If you've followed this guide to the letter
you SHOULD (bar any nasty glitches) have 100% and all 1000/1000 Gamer Points.
If you don't and you know why, please let me know in an email as it is of course
quite possible that I could have missed something out by mistake.

	Anyways, I hope you enjoyed my guide, a lot of hours went into it and
a lot of A4 paper scribbling notes etc, but it's done now so feel free to let
me know if you liked it. =)

	Thanks for reading, and enjoy the game!


                 Copyright Fraser Boag 2008, All Rights Reserved.