It is important to get a well rounded education that will both help you prepare for the future job force but also to be a productive citizen/adult. Try taking classes in a variety of topics (Science, History, English) to get an idea of what interests you. Classes such as finance and civics can help for the rest of your life, even if you don't choose them as a career. I would recommend using high school as a time to really decide what your strengths are and explore as many possibilities as you can.
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It appears you may be interested in medicine. I would recommend English would be a good class to take as communication is of utmost important in medicine or any health profession.
Then, some social or hard science, such as biology, chemistry, or physic would be helpful.
Hope this is helpful.
I wish you the best!
Thank you for your question. It appears that you want to go in the medical field. I agree with the previous responses you've received at this point. May I request that you check to see if your school participates in a medical explorers program like the one listed below in the link. It would be a great experience for you. Best of luck to you.
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