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Is it hard to become a doctor

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Mariam’s Answer

Hi Kyle !
It's hard but not impossible because already a lot of people were able to be doctors,
You just need to realize that great goals need great effort , first find out what you want , what you are interested in , trust that you have elements of success and you always can reach your goal just highlight it and do your level best .
Good Luck!
Thank you comment icon Hi Mariam, can you describe aspects of the career itself that a student might find difficult? Alexandra Carpenter, Admin
Thank you comment icon Hi Alexandra, thank you dear for your comment, I have added another answer with further clarification. Mariam Abdelhamid
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Priyanka’s Answer

Hi Kyle,

Nothing is hard if you really want to be.
you really have find you passion and your interest and beleive me its not so hard to find your passion and area of interest.

All the best Kyle !!


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Mariam’s Answer

There are difficulties that face student in the medical career:
1. To join medical school you have to get high grades in the college.
2. Long period of study:
It takes 4 years of college, 4 years of medical school and
at least 3 years of residency in certain speciality as (family medicine ,...).
3. The curriculums are always rich, you need to spend many hours studying daily, you need to work hard to understand all information and I think what should motivate you is realizing that you will be responsible for peoples' lives so it deserves to take years of hard working to be a doctor.
4. The high cost of medical study and the delay of earning money, some students have to work part time and through holidays to cover the cost of living while studying.
5. This job forces you to learn every day, to get up to date in your speciality and check always the latest Guidelines so the learning process will not stop.
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