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Basically the first step in becoming a pediatrician is to study a pre-medicine course then proceed to medicine. After the study you will have various on the job trainings like your internship in a hospital. This will prepare you for your board or licensure examinations. After passing the licensure exams you apply for residency in a hospital under the pedia department so that you specialize there.

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