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Abdul36 views

Do surgeons value humor?

I am an 8th grader.

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Chloe274 views

How do I become a neurosurgeon?

As a middle school student, I have been wanting to become a neurosurgeon for a long time. It is a strong desire of mine to help others. I am taking as many classes related to this career as I can once I get to high school, but I don't know what else I can do.

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Brendon171 views

What makes being a Surgical Nurse worth it?

Hello, my name is Brendon and I wanted to know if becoming a Surgical Nurse is worth it or if I should skip it and go straight to surgery.

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londyn205 views

How much schooling does a surgeon need?

How many years of college

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Layo176 views

How do I prepare myself to be a surgical technician I am in 8th grade.?

I was wondering what I should do to start preparing myself for medical school. Some things I was wondering about are what classes should I take, whether I should go to a certain high school, will going to a certain high school improves my chances of getting into an Ivy Leauge college, and what college should I go to in order to become a surgical tech.

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Kahtrice320 views

What college is good for open heart surgeon?

How do I figure out what college I want to go to /or if I should even go I was to be an open heart surgeon so what is the best school to go to for ope heart surgeons? Like I have books to study for open heart surgeons I just need a perfect school

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Phoenix281 views

What is medschool like? What is undergrad like when you are going to go to medschool after?

How are the classes taught? What is expected from me in medschool? Give me a day to day life in detail. These have all been my biggest questions for the past 2 years and I don't ever know who to ask because I have never known or had an opportunity to ask someone who was or is going to be in college for surgery. I'm 17 and im going into my senior year in 3 months, so this is all right around the corner. I am almost certain that I have clinical executive dysfunction. How on earth do I succeed with that?! I'm neurodivergent and have severe ADHD and the unknown is so terrifying when becoming a cardiovascular surgeon is my literal dream since I could read. I am not a great student at all. I was homeschooled until 9th grade, and it was a very laid back type of homeschooling so I didn't have to stick to deadlines or really have any assignments. I just really read books on topics I was interested in. I'm bad a math...like real bad, and I go to a prestigious private school. But it's small and liberal. My school doesn't teach traditional stuff. They teach the type of school work that takes hours to complete one homework assignment and it graded on arbitrary concepts. I'm really good at science but I have never gotten an A in my science class because my science teacher teaches her classes phenomenon based. It's not all memorization. It's a very understanding and lenient environment. I also have a horrible, debilitating dopamine screen addiction that I have been teying to break for 3 years now. But im still struggling. How do I do college and how do I get to where I want to be with all of my issues, and what the hell is college? Thank you for coming to my TED talk.

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Sophia727 views

What are some of the pros and cons of being a family physician vs the pros and cons of being a specialist?

I am a female in 9th grade and I am considering pursuing a medical career. I love helping people and I love problem-solving. I am deeply analytical and I have always found medicine intriguing. Thank you so much and have a wonderful day!

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Joseph412 views

What are some of the requirements jobs are looking for in order to become a reconstructive surgeon?

I've been wanting to get into this career field for a while and thought it'd be nice to ask someone with experience in it.

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Erika789 views

What are the pros and cons of a neuropsychologist?

I would like to know .

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Monica376 views

What would be your top advice you would give yourself in the years you were on the road to becoming a cardiothoracic surgeon?

#cardiothoracic #surgeons #advice

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Monica548 views

While taking the steps to become a cardiothoracic surgeon, what were some of the hardest challenges?

#cardio #thoracic #cardiothoracic #surgeons #surgery

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Monica457 views

What are the steps to becoming a cardiothoracic surgeon?

#cardiothoracic #surgery #surgeons

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Lucy482 views

Is the stress and pressure of being a surgeon worth the opportunity to be able to save lives?

#surgeons #cardiothoracic #pre-med

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Nevaeh441 views

What motivated you?

School, studying, and grades are all very stressful things. How did you deal with things that got in your way to success? How to stay focused and motivated on not giving up? #school #education #surgeons #surgeon #medicine #medical-school

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Nevaeh652 views

Advice on becoming a surgeon

What are some things you wish you knew before you became a surgeon? Specifically a Neurosurgeon, Cardio thoracic surgeon, or Trauma surgeon what additional courses or classes did you take in college? Do you think they helped you become a surgeon or helped you better understand things in your field. #surgeon #cardiac-surgeon #surgeons #neurosurgeon #trauma-surgeon

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Estrella407 views

how many years you have to study for this career? What's the yearly salary? What's the hardest thing have u done or seen during your career? Is it hard to find a job after you finish the college? How is the daily environment in your job? How were you sure that you wanted to be/study this career?

#nutritionist #surgeons

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annalise432 views

what schools are the most beneficial to be a surgeon (trauma/neuro)

#surgeon #surgery #surgeons #cardiac-surgeon

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Vanisha380 views

What interests you to become a surgeon?

#surgeons

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Vanisha351 views

How is it like being a surgeon?

#surgeons #medical-school

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Jessica357 views

What are the benefits of becoming a surgeon?

#surgeons

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Jessica420 views

What degrees do you need to become a surgeon?

#cardiac-surgeon #surgeons

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Karlie654 views

What is a day to day schedule for an Orthopedic Surgeon?

Day in the life of an orthopedic surgeon. What is something that you do every day and something that happens, but isn't common. Also can you talk about a specialization in sports med if possible #orthopedics #surgeons #sportsmedicine #medicine

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DAMON760 views

What degree do i need to be a surgeon and how long will it take

Because iv'e been planning to become a surgeon #residency #surgeons #pediatric-surgeon #medicine

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Yolanda693 views

How many surgeries do #surgeons completes in a day?

Im researching what #surgeons do daily #surgery #medicine

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Azucena590 views

What jobs could I choose from the medical field with a doctoral degree?

I'm a sophomore in high school that is looking forward to the future and all the different options I could possibly choose from.#registered-nurses #surgeons #medicine #hospital #doctorate-degree #doctor #anasthesiologist

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Makayla817 views

What are some of the ways that you deal with difficult situations that you face as a surgeon?

I want to become a doctor, and specifically a neurosurgeon. I know that it takes a long time, there is much to learn, and years of study to achieve this goal. I realize that I could face some situations that are difficult and that no matter how good I am, I may not be able to help everyone. What I am wondering about, is how you deal with situations that are difficult and stressful, especially those where you may not be able to save someone. I am interested in understanding more about how current surgeons cope with these difficult situations. #medicine #neurology #general-surgery #surgeons

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Allison838 views

What is a day in the life as a surgeon?

I definitely want to pursue a career in medicine, but I can't really decide. #surgeons #nurses #medicine #surgery #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care

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Ally998 views

How do you keep your career from becoming your entire life?

While I want to be passionate about and focused on my career, I want to be able to balance work and family. I think there is definitely a way to have the best of both worlds, but I would enjoy some input on how to best go about accomplishing that. #doctor #medicine #surgery #surgeon #surgeons

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Qiqi749 views

If a person wants to be like, say, a cardiac surgeon, how many years if extra training does he/she need to go through?

I was just wondering actually...I know that if you want to go into like a specific area of surgery, then you would need extra training in that field. #medicine #surgeons #us #cardiac

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