How can I get to Medical School after High School Instead of 4 years of college?
I want to become a Neurosurgeon and it is going to take a lot of time to reach my goal. I don't want to waste 4 years in college. All I want is to be enrolled in Medical School after High School and start the journey of my career.
One note on how to frame your interest when advancing your process: avoid framing college (or any experience) as a waste of time. Try reframing that sentiment as wanting to focus your time and interest on the topic that most excites you so you can bring that enthusiasm to bear in your career as efficiently as possible. My wife is a doctor and has a very senior role in graduate medical education, and I can assure you that doctors are very well-rounded people who learned many things from their non-medical/science courses in college that help them in their careers as physicians and surgeons.
You really don't save time by going abroad since ultimately you would spend at least 2 years post-graduation studying for the USMLEs. Also, undergraduate helps with your maturation, now you may want to become a doctor but college will help you decide if that is truly what you want. There is no shortcut to hardwork.