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UK Colleges and Universities
How many years to study medicine?
How many years can a person study medicine and sugery?
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How many years does the majoring in medicine during in Harvard?
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How many years of college are required to become a medical doctor in the us?
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In how many years do you finish studying medicine?
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How many years do you study medicine?
it depends on what you study in medicine and how much of it you want to study but it could take around about 3 to 7 years Although you could finish medical school in 3 years minimum. As the previous answer alluded to. You must finish a degree at a university before you even get to medical school, Which is 4 years including advanced science courses in Chemistry and Biology. After medical school, you are looking at at-least 2 years as an intern and resident before you even can think about your specialty. Then another 2 - 3 years for that. You are looking at 11 - 13 years in full. It's a long path
How many years a person can study medicine or surgery?
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How many years or months to study medical secretary in Philippines?
Where can you study to become a veterinarian?
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How many years of schooling are needed for a student to graduate in the Philippines?
Let's see... 1 to 3 years in pre-elementary (Nursery, Pre-school and Kindergarten), 6 years in elementary school, 4 years in high school, and 4 to 5 years in college, depending on the course. Other courses such as medicine and law would require more than 5 years of study in college--4 years pre-medicine or pre-law and 4 to 5 years medicine proper or law proper. A regular student (not studying medicine or law) would spend 14 to 15 years in school, on the average. Pre-elementary education is an advantage, but not required.