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This category is for questions about the medical doctors who specialize in the health and well-being of babies, children, and young adults.
Choosing a pediatricianI'd start chatting with friends to get recommendations now, and start interviewing as it becomes convenient. Part of it depends on how picky you are. With [our] homebirth, it's hard for us to find supportive pediatricians, so we started early. Lots of people I know didn't star…
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To become a pediatrician, a person must graduate from medical school and be licensed to practice medicine. A bachelor's degree is a 4 year degree. This would be a first step toward become a doctor. After a bachelor's degree, the person would then apply to medical schools. It takes about 4 years to …
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There are several options. The most popular tend to be pre-medicine, or pre-professional medicine, which most universities offer. Other options include, but are not limited to, biology, chemistry, biochemistry, etc. ! Contact your local community college and they'll help you.
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Answer You need to do well in High School and get accepted at a good college/university. This will help with your chances of being accepted at a medical school. To be competitive for medical school, you should get about a 3.5 GPA in a good college plus participate in various extra-curricular acti…
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Brown staining on pool walls and fixtures is usually from a high iron content in the water. The chemical reaction with newly added fill water and the addition of chlorine shortly after will cause a fallout of this metal. I have witnessed this years ago after adding a gallon o f chlor. to a newly fil…
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A minor cannot legally enter into contracts. Therefore, no CR. Whomever signed you or your child, into the hospital, or doctor's care is the person responsible for any debt incurred (parent, guardian, state appointed caregiver, etc.).
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Schizophrenia is an adult-onset disorder. 60 percent of male sufferers and 78 percent of female sufferers will show no symptoms until age 19 or later. Onset may occur well into the 30's in both genders. The prodromal phase, the period before full blown symptoms occur, may last as long as 30 months, …
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I get my spares from ls1tech.com. There's a classifieds part of the forum where people list what they're selling and they usually include pictures. You have to pay for shipping, but I've been very happy so far. Answer For my 1980 T/A, I used the spare from my 1991 Camaro RS. They share the…
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Answer a pediatrician can average between $120,000.00- $200,000.00 but it depends on your education and how good of a doctor you are some pediatrician make more than that amount.
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A pediatrician is a doctor who treats children, from birth to about 19 years of age. It is a recognized area of medical specialization that requires advanced training after the person has achieved their medical degree.   She/he medically treats all the diseases of children. Some are surgeons…
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Pediatrics is a branch of medicine dedicated to the physical, emotional, and social health for infants, children, and young people generally. Pediatricians devote their time to regular health examinations, as well as to preventive medicine and health practices. They immunize children against infecti…
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I'm not really sure but I think you need alot of maths & sciences.Try to take the highest mathematic course you possibly can. Science courses such as biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy & physiology are also great benefits to medicine.It depends on the specialization of the one becoming a d…
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In order to be an pediatrician, one must graduate from college and then from medical school. You can go to any college for undergraduate work as long as you take the classes required to get into medical school. Generally, undergraduate work takes about four or five years to complete, and medical …
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according to Merritt, Hawkins and Associates, the average salary for a pediatrician is $130,000 a year. however, according to Medical Economics, they reported a salary range from less than $60,000 to up to $400,000 a year. -kendra-
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Your BS / MD with a specialty in Pediatrics.
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A pediatrician's work environment will have children's toys, children's themes, and an inviting feel.
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about 200,000-300,000 a year during you 3-6 years if your just starting out then 10,000 to about 14,000 a month, and yearly you will make about 144,000 a year and from then on you just keep going up.
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Becoming a Pediatrician Pediatricians are physicians who have specialized in pediatric medicine. SO,the first step is to become a physician. This involves graduating from college and going to medical school. Medical school is typically a four year program, although there are some schools that off…
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The undergraduate degree that one chooses does not matter in order to be a pediatrician (or any other type of physician for that matter)--he or she must simply take the appropriate premed classes, graduate from college, and be accepted into medical school. The classes one must take to get into medic…
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I'm not a doctor(yet that is) but I have researched a lot and have found that in high school it is best if you take all basic sciences(biology,chemistry,and physics) along with algebra,geometry, and pre-calculus if you can while taking English and a foreign language and obviously being involved in e…
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Personal Qualities for a PediatricianA pediatrican is a medical doctor who has taken four additional years of training in the treatment and diagnosis of children's illnesses, after graduating from the basic MD program at a medical school. It will require a lot of dedication to get to this point.Here…
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Answer A pediatrician commonly starts his/her day in the Newborn Nursery at the local hospital, examining newborns within 24 hours of birth. Here the pediatrician will begin to form what will hopefully become a long-term relationship with the baby's family, dispensing information, advice and reas…
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Answer No, not if your credit hours from you AA are accepted at the college you want to finish your BA at. I know someone that had a AA in Business and went two more years for the BA in Teacher Education. They told her as long as the credits are accepted you are fine, no matter what the field.
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Pediatricians work with sick children from birth to about 18 years of age. They usually work in a clinic or an office. the working conditions for pediatricians is very stressful.You may have a good day and you may not.Some of your patients may not cooperate so you are very stressed trying to ge…
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A Ph.D. in Psychology makes $35,000- $75,000. As you can see this is a large gap which is very dependent upon the field of psychology that you enter. http://research.apa.org/doctoralsal01.html Psychologists working in a private practice in Canada or the U.S. (those who are self-employed) can make …
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Education for a PediatricianAny undergraduate college is a possibility. Almost any undergraduate college or university has pre-med classes.After your bachelor's degree is when you start to specialize. You will need to go to one of 120 or so accredited medical schools.Not really, but you might. Im no…
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Prvate chef pays Private chefs have an average pay of $70,000 to $100,000 a year.
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they make 40.00-$60.00 an hour.
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Classes to Become a Pediatrician In high school you will want to take all the science and math that you can. In college, the undergraduate degree that one chooses does not matter in order to be a pediatrician (or any other type of physician for that matter) -- he or she must simply take the …
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Pay for a Doctor Physicians have among the highest earnings of any occupation. According to the Medical Group Management Association's Physician Compensation and Production Survey, median total compensation for physicians in 2002 varied by specialty, as shown in table 1 (below). Total compensation f…
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10 or 12 years like 10 or12 years
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There is no one best educational institution to go to in order to become a pediatrician. Each program has its strengths, weaknesses, and different physicians will find that they fit in better at different programs. A pediatrician is a medical physician, who has completed the Doctor of Osteopathic Me…
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they pay nothing. You get free lessons if the coaches think you have talent. The only way you get paid in the Olympics is if you are known or gold medal winner in Nationals. In regionals they don't care at all about you. If you are in summer games not seen like the roller skating Olympics then you …
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Becoming a Pediatrician: Pediatricians are physicians who have specialized in pediatric medicine. The first step is to become a physician. This involves graduating from college and going to medical school. Medical school is typically a four year program, although there are some schools that offer a …
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Question ContinuedMy husband got served with papers the other day to appear about a debt he owes with a credit card company. We are willing to pay the debt, but we don't have the money up front...I called the collection agency that is suing us, and they told us the only thing that can do is settle f…
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Factual Answer Look in THE OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK HANDBOOK at your local public library. It lists such things as salary, working conditions, etc. Answer everything the money knowing when you put your head down at night you helped a little kid and there family but you still have to think abouty …
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Educational requirements include 4 years of college (including 2 yearlong courses in chemistry with lab, 1 year of biology coursework, 1 year of physics coursework), followed by 4 years of medical school, and 4 years of pediatrics residency training (hospital-based).
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you should have at least a 3.4 GPA as well as good scores on your mcat test. once you've gone thru medical school you can do a pediatric residency (which lasts for 3 years) and become a pediatrician.
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girls should wear a nice dress, or a nice blouse with pants/ skirt. You should dress nice but not going to a wedding nice. Men should wear dress pants and a nice shirt.
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Forensic Psychologist Salaries Psychologists earned between $38,560 and $66,970 annually in 2002. Ask someone at the reference desk of your local public library for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of information you would need to know (including the salary) of just about any oc…
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Being a wedding planner is a great job. You can have a lot of fun interacting with different people and have the satisfaction of knowing that you helped make the best day of their lives even better. And the most incredible part you get paid for doing all this!If you think wedding planning is the rig…
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To become a pediatrician you need: 4 year college degree4 year medical degree3+ years of pediatric residencyFor a minimum of 11 years of training after high school.
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Hourly Pay for a Pediatrician Doctors (pediatrics is a medical specialty) do not generally get paid by the hour. They may charge by the hour, but the pediatricians themselves earn a salary or earn profits from the revenue of their medical business. See the related question to the right for more info…
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You get to help children. Sometimes children are cute but bad.The conditions are very stressfull. You work with kids from birth to 18.Its pay is very good,the excitement with working with kids,vacation ,insurance, and benefits are very satisfying. so not rite if you dont know what your talking abou…
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their are several colleges but here are two and how much they cost. lets get started. Ballstate: total money is $18,700. & IU: state resident $ 270.70, nonresident $ 663.95
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Your youngster's DoctorA very good one if the person is very good and knowledgeable along with being like a 'new friend' to your child. My granddaughters' Dr. was out of the office and we were given another one. She loves him just because he was friendly, act as if he was truly interested in her hea…
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That depends how much the pediatrician wants to work. Some decide to work part time, either just a few hours a day or only a couple days a week, while others work very long hours and are on call at night frequently. Most physicians are able to work as much or as little as they want. Pediatricians …
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In the United States you must complete at least three years of undergraduate college then another four years of vet school. Around the world, the minimum college work is about six years, depending upon the design of the educational system of the country - some countries require longer in college.3-4…
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Anybody can become a pediatrician at any age, assuming they have met the educational requirements of a 4-year bachelor's degree and a 4-year medical degree.
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Answer you have to go to school 14 years in order to become a good pediatrician. because being a childrens doctor like that it takes a lot of practice because are working on someone elses child.
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Answer Since its a specialty MD.--meaning they had to have more schooling than your regular/family practice doc----and depending where they live (salary.com) they can make well over 150K....
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Answer university of san fransisco, and saint marys(private college). i went to both so i should know. There are many universities and colleges to go to and become a pediatrician. There is the University of Alberta, of Arkansas, of Chicago, of Dundee, of Iowa, of Michigan, of Michigan State, of …
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The high-end of the Pediatrician salary would be in the neighborhood of $225,000+, this would be in the field of Neonatologist. the average earnings would for a general Pediatrician is $100,000 to $140,000.
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To become a pediatrician you have to get a medical degree such as the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree (D.O.), Doctor of Medicine degree (M.D.), or the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery degree (MBBS/MBChB) first and then specialize, but it really depends on what country you are in how i…
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A peadritician is a children's doctor...and they get paid approx 40-60,000 a year...i think i am Eddie weaver
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Pediatricians receive health insurance, sick time and paid vacation.  You can help helpless children.  BenefitsMost professionals do not get benefits in the same way that employees do. If they set themselves up as a legal entity, such as a PLLC (Professional Limited Liability Company), t…
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Pediatrician A pediatrician is a medical doctor, a specialist in treating children. I believe this specialty would treat newborns through teenagers, but perhaps it would depend upon whether one was in private practice, working in a hospital, etc. The training needed: 4 years of college, concent…
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In order to become a licensed settlement officer in Maryland, you must take a 30 hour title insurance pre-licensing course as required by the Maryland Insurance Administration. The Training Exchange, Inc. is an approved provider the pre-licensing course. You can find information regarding their cour…
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7 Years That is the exact thing I want to do after school!! You need 7 years of college. What I am doing is starting at one college and transferring over to another with my credits so maybe it won't take as long as 7 years, but you would have to look into it more!!Good luck tho!!
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On average, a pediatrician in a private practice earns from $60,000 to $400,000 a year.
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YOUR MOMMY!^^^ you, my friend, are an idiot!(:
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It depends on what you mean by cartoons. Do you mean the ones in the local Sunday paper, comic books, basic old school animation or contemporary animation like Pixar produces. I don't think an education level is necessarily required for the 1st example and perhaps not for the 2nd. I believe it is pr…
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medical training, Pre-Med pediatrics CME, and Medical courses
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The average annual salary of a Pediatrician in the USA is $72,000 to $180,000. These are contingent on employers, areas, and locations. Annual bonuses: $500.00 to $29,000. Profit Sharing: $1000.00 to $30,000. Commission: $100.00 to $97,000.
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College isn't necessarily a prerequisite to a job writing magazine copy, all you really need to do is write in such a way that people want to read it. To communicate well requires skill. Most people learn that skill in a formal environment such as college. If you can demonstrate your ability without…
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Normally you would take Pre-med. If you are not yet in Pre-Med, taking biology and any health courses would be helpful.The typical pediatrician will take Pre-med, then go to medical school, then specialize in Pediatrics.
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Answer You need to be to be able to work with kids. Have good descussions with kids to make them feel confortable where they are. And be very gental with them so they arent afraid of you. Make sure that they are being treated well so that they do not cry. Make sure there parents are in the room.
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General pediatricians. Providing care from birth to early adulthood, pediatricians are concerned with the health of infants, children, and teenagers. They specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of ailments specific to young people and track their patients' growth to adulthood. Li…
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pediatrician To like taking care of kids and get as much rest as possible. An MD with a specialty in Pediatrics.
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Answer what tools are generally used on the job?Pediatricians use math to solve the weight of a child. Certain pediatricians use math to determine weathera child's kidney's are functioning correctly.
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In high school you should focus on taking the most advanced science and math classes you can handle - Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Biology, Chemistry and Physics are all good choices.  This will help prepare you for undergraduate college where you will take courses like Physics I and…
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Answer Some highschools may offer special courses in hospitality. Also, you may be able to concurrently take some courses at the local community college. Answer Take Math and bookkeeping if it's available. From the time we go to school all of us should be taught business economics and …
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Answer Research a good college or university. Make sure that you meet their requirments to be accepted. When you go into college, they will have an advisor for you to meet and they will help you to keep track of all the classes that you will need to take and when you should take them. Good luc…
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The job outlook for pediatricians in Arizona is good. Forecasters predict that jobs in pediatrics in Arizona will increase by 20 percent in the next 10 years.
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The time it takes to become a pediatrician, once you are in medical school is 7 years for general pediatrics. For any sub-specialization, it is extra time. Undergraduate (pre-med): usually 4 years Medical school: 4 years Residency: 3 years This all adds up to 11 years after graduation from high …
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I believe 8 years. 4 years for your pre-med school and 4 years for your medical school. Then you have your internship. Good luck and God Bless:)
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a pediatrician can average between $120,000.00- $200,000.00 but it depends on your education and how good of a doctor you are some pediatrician make more than that amount.
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Depending on the area, a pediatrician's yearly salary may be anywhere from $60,000 to $400,000. According to a website listing typical payscales in the United States, a pediatrician typically makes a salary of $99,831 to $142,323 a year. A yearly bonus may range from $1,800 to $14,610. Profit Shari…
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Pediatricians can work in their own practices. They can also progress into different pediatric specializations, including oncology, neurology, and cardiology.
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You can obtain this information by going to www.collegeboard.com/splash/ and using the sites College MatchMaker search engine, or you can also click on the related links section (College Board) indicated below this answer box, which will take you directly to the site. You can research colleges and …
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Answer It varies a lot depending on what country you live in. Pediatricians begin their training with a tertiary-level course in a medical school/university A medical degree takes around four to six years. Pediatricians need to train about three to six more years, depending on the degree of sp…
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a pediatrician earns about 115,000-150,000 ( no i didnt miss a decimol point :) but the pay is very gool nedd to have a good collage education and you will need to be able to work hard.
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The average annual salary in the Bay Area of California is $65,000. In the United States overall, the average salary is $51,910.
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they make about 175000 dollars a year...on the federal level
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A regular pediatrician will probably not be able to earn as much money as a bilingual pediatrician! it is better if doctors know 2 languages so that if a teen is having problems and they speak only 1 language they can help out and not need a translater.
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Becoming a pediatrician takes a lot of education and training. You have to go through medical school to become a doctor, then go through a residency in pediatrics, and pass a state licensing exam as a physician. Then you would need to become certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.
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Answer sometimes when a doctor leaves an area or seems to disappear, he has sold his practice. Try to go to the same building or place and ask if a new doctor may have bought the practice. Sometimes a hospital the doctor practiced in may have information concerning the doctor (if he sold, moved p…
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Answer 8 years. 4 pre-med and 4 med school. Good luck and God Bless:)
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There is no particular major you need to complete during your undergraduate college years in order to be a pediatrician. If you wish to be a pediatrician, you must complete the prerequisite courses such as biology, chemistry, physics, etc. as well as the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) for en…
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You can obtain this information by going to www.collegeboard.com/splash/ and using the sites College MatchMaker search engine, or you can also click on the related links section (College Board) indicated below this answer box, which will take you directly to the site. You can research colleges and …
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Answer High school sciences and math will help, but it's college and medical school where you'llget your core training.You Have To get really good grades though!!
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To become a pediatrician, you would need a medical degree after completing medical school. If you are trained in the United Kingdom, this would be a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB or MBBS) and if you train in the United States, you can receive either a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine…
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There are going to be many chances because while there are sick kids there is going to be persons who can take care of them.
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