For neurosurgeon, what classes do you need to take in high school and college and how many years for college?
I am currently a medical student and luckily the courses you take in high school won't determine if you become a neurosurgeon or not. You will want to take classes in high school that will help you learn your basic sciences that will prepare you for college. I took anatomy, chemistry, physics, biology, and microbiology. These courses helped me during my time in college. After 4 years of college, you will have 4 years of medical school, and then you will enter residency for neurosurgery. You will begin to get paid during this time, but you still have 6-8 more years of "training." I hope this helps!