Zhangyi Liang,’s Answer
+ 4 years in medical school
+ 3-7 years of residency training (depending on specialization, the first year is the time to get the final medical licensing exam)
Riley recommends the following next steps:
You will spend four years earning a bachelors degree and completing the required pre- requisite courses. Medical school is also four years after you graduate from an undergraduate university. Some people do combined paths such as MD/MBA, which require a little over four years of graduate work.
After medical school, you will attend residency and fellowship (depending on the speciality). Usually, a physician would spend a total of 11-13 years in school. Surgeons have extra training and might be closer to 14.