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What college should i go to to have a bright future in psychiatry ?

does where i go for undergrad matter

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Amalya’s Answer

Hi Jaylin,

To have a bright and promising future, depends not only on what school you will attend, but also on many other factors. I mean you should focus on developing your critical and analytical thinking skills, take part in various programs related to your field, and so on.
What refers to the school, you can check what are the best schools in psychiatry in your area and then decide which one of them fits you the most.
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Ruth’s Answer

What matters most about where you go to school, undergraduate or graduate, is whether it is a good fit for you and your goals. College is very much what you make of it If you are at a place where you can achieve your academic goals, you enjoy being there, and the institution is supportive of you, that's the ideal. It can be a tiny liberal arts college, a giant state school, community college, and anywhere in between.
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Imani’s Answer

You need a strong grad/medical school. Undergrad shouldn't matter if you get good grades in undergrad. The name doesn't always get you in - it's those raw scores of exams and GPA. Enjoy undergrad and go where your heart desires. Go to a school where you can focus on your future career.
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Carol’s Answer

For a bright future in Psychiatry, where you go to graduate school and medical school is much more important than where you are going to school for undergraduate studies. Work hard in undergraduate school, as you will have many years of schooling ahead. It's also a good idea to read about psychology and psychiatry programs for graduate school.
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