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What majors should I have to be an obstetrician?

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Monika’s Answer

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Four-year undergraduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. Students may consider taking courses in biology, chemistry and anatomy, which provide a foundation of education for medical school and human health. Most programs that offer science degrees also include laboratory courses, which allow students to become familiarized with lab equipment and procedures.
Need to Pass the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) :To gain entry into medical school.Then complete a 4-year medical school program. The next step is to complete an internship and residency in a hospital. An internship is usually a year long, while a medical residency may last between 3-7 years.The final step is to obtain a license
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Jamie’s Answer

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The actual undergraduate major that you complete does not have to be directly related to your wish to continue to medical school. While your will want to make sure you take certain courses that will be required as prerequisites for medical school, your major could be Art or History. Think about what is going to allow you to perform the best academically so that your GPA makes you competitive for admission. Also, look at the requirements for medical schools you are interested in and weave those into your plans. I suggest this website as a good place to start: https://explorehealthcareers.org/
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