How long does graduate school take?
That depends primarily on two things: what kind of degree you are getting, and how many classes you can go to per semester. Some grad programs can take two years, and some can take up to ten (usually after that you have to re-take classes because they have 10 year limits at many schools). Getting a Law degree going only to night school is going to take a lot longer than getting a law degree going full time during the day, for instance. And getting a Master's degree only is going to take a lot less time than getting a PhD (which usually comes after a Master's Degree). I would say as a gross oversimplification that it usually takes 2-4 years. :) But you should check your program, your college, and determine how many classes you can take each semester in order to know better how long it will take you individually.
In order to be an gynecologist, 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. Most people take four or five years to complete undergraduate work and then four years to graduate from medical school. After medical school, you would need to complete a residency in obstetrics/gynecology, which is generally four years…
If you have a bachelor's degree but havent been accepted to graduate school can you take graduate core classes prior to being accepted to graduate school?
That is strictly up to the department and whether it is a restricted program (for example, medical schools). There are some graduate schools that will allow a student to take one or two basic courses particular to a field or study before committing to the degree. However, you would have to check with each school.
5 years You can go to college for as many years as you want or need to. The average undergraduate student goes to college for 4 years. If you go to graduate school you can go for another 4 years on top of that. If you are however busy with a job and other life obligations going to undergraduate or graduate school may take you longer. Some people in these situations take as long as…
You can take any math you want in High School that is at your level. Most of the available classes for most schools are Intro to Algebra I, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, pre-Calculus, and Calculus (not always offered). As long as you take any of these maths (the amount in years varies from place to place), and pass, you can graduate from high school.
If you are a high school graduate, secondary education is not a requirement. You will need to take and pass the Pharmacy Technician Certification exam. There are plenty of programs - I think they are about a year long - that will help you learn the basics and prepare for the exam, but many people are able to study on their own.