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What Courses Must I Take for High School To Become A Doctor?

I'm currently in 8th grade, and class registration is coming up at the end of this month. The classes that I am likely to take is Mobio/Bio, Geometry, Chinese, Band, World History, English 9, and PE. I'm really interested in becoming a doctor, but I'm stressed whether I should take Mobio or just Bio. Many people said that taking Mobio is so stressful, unless you're actually interested in doing something related to science. Others say that it's better to take Bio and ace it and go to AP the following year. Also, I'm not sure about the math classes that I would have to take. Could anyone help me? #doctor #science #biology #math #high-school #mobio

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Alison’s Answer

Professionally high school is only a stepping stone for college. Keep your grades up and take as many advanced science classes as you are able. Know your limits. Biology and Microbiology are both needed as well as Anatomy and Physiology. As a Pre-Med you will have a lot of courses to complete and yes science is your major because you are required to understand what is in the body, what you will be putting into patients' bodies, and how they interact together to treat disease.

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Yury’s Answer

Not directly answering your question directly, but what you are going to do after school? There is an opinion that it makes much more sense to get first medical degree abroad, e.g. in Europe and then convert it. Universities in US are unnecessarily and insanely expensive, medical degrees are even doubly so.
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