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which course is best to take for doctor?please help my career

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Yasemin’s Answer

Hi Shetrunga! So I'm not sure what level you are in your education. As a high school student you need to apply to college. In college there is a premed path, you take certain subjects that help prepare you for medical school. You want to do well in them and have a good GPA to apply to medical school. You also have to take the MCAT- this is like the SATs but for medical school. It is a test to determine your entrance. It is much more difficult of course. Then in medical school you study a variety of subjects and begin to do clinical rotations so you can see which kind of doctor you would like to be! Afterwards you apply for residency. This is based on the U.S. entrance to medical school and becoming a doctor but different countries do have their own system so be sure to check it out based on your location. There are also advisers/counselors in high school and college to help with this field, so if you have a trusted counselor at school be sure to speak with them!

Best of luck!!

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Venkatesh’s Answer

What educational path do I take if I want to become a doctor? Hopefully by now, you've taken senior high school STEM classes or enrolled in the STEM strand. ...
What is pre-med? ...
BS Biology. ...
BS Chemistry / Biochemistry. ...
BS Psychology. ...
BS Physical Therapy. ...
BS Medical Technology. ...
BS Nursing.

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Venkatesh’s Answer

What educational path do I take if I want to become a doctor? Hopefully by now, you've taken senior high school STEM classes or enrolled in the STEM strand. ...
What is pre-med? ...
BS Biology. ...
BS Chemistry / Biochemistry. ...
BS Psychology. ...
BS Physical Therapy. ...
BS Medical Technology. ...
BS Nursing.

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Brittany’s Answer

I recommend that you spend a good amount of time researching which medical school is right for you. If you can, there are pre-med schools which have expedited programs. Luckily, once you enter medical school you will have to be trained in all specialities, in doing this you will be able to specify what kind of doctor you would like to become. Best of luck!


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