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about 11-14 years It takes pre-med to start. Then you can enter into a University after having all of your pre-requisit classes (2 years). Then you typically finish that degree after 2 more years. After that, you had better of worked hard academically and done plenty of community service to get into the major challenge of med. school for 4 years. After finishing med. school (if you are one of the best to get in), you will do 3 to 4 years of resident school or some call intern. Good Luck:) After internship, it takes sometimes up to 4 more years of sub specialty training to become a neurologist.

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