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Wael’s Answer

Check the link below.


http://www.learnhowtobecome.org/doctor/

Thank you comment icon thank you very much Ezhilarasi
Thank you comment icon You are welcome Ezhilarasi. You have to understand; however, that the process where you live might be slightly different. Wael Al-Rihawi
Thank you comment icon really sir its different Vidhya
Thank you comment icon Yes! Where you and Ezhilarasi live the process would slightly different as it is explained in the link below. http://www.studentvisaexpert.com/2013/01/become-a-doctor-in-india-overview-on-medical-education-system/ Wael Al-Rihawi
Thank you comment icon thank you very much sir Amareshwaran
Thank you comment icon You are welcome Amareshwaran. Wael Al-Rihawi
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aditi’s Answer

1. Complete your senior secondary education.
To receive a quality medical education and become a doctor, you must graduate from secondary school with the required marks in all the subjects. In your secondary level of education, you can select the core science subjects of physics, chemistry, and biology, as they are mandatory for admission into MBBS.

2. Appear for an MBBS entrance exam
After you complete your 12th-grade examinations, you can appear for the required entrance exam to secure admission to a medical college. In India, the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) is the most popular entrance exam, and most medical colleges accept its scores for admissions purposes.

3. Complete your MBBS
You are eligible to apply for the MBBS until you are 25 years old. It is advisable to enroll in medical school within two years of completing your class 12th board exams. The minimum age to be eligible for admission to the MBBS course is 17 years. The minimum time period to become a doctor after completing grade 12 is five years and six months.

4. Complete an internship
While earning an MBBS degree, candidates are usually required to complete a mandatory internship that takes place over one year. During the internship, you can work under the supervision of senior doctors and work with patients who require different types of treatments.

5. Register with the Indian Medical Register
In order to practice as a doctor in India, you need to register with any of the state medical council in India.

6. Practice as a doctor
Once you complete your master's degree, you can typically opt for a second masters or even a PhD if you wish to gain more knowledge in the medical profession. Many doctors choose to begin practicing after their MBBS and a master's degree in medical science.
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Anna’s Answer

1st you should choose science stream for ur 11th & 12th std . Then try for the NEET Exam if you're from India . if you pass the exam you can get into any medical college . If you do not, no worries you can try joining for MBBS in any government or private colleges .

All the best :)
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