No 25 years old is not too old, however be prepared for a long road... 4 yrs of undergrad, 4 years of medical school, 4 years of residency.... If you really want it it's never too late to start... In my medical school class the average age of admittance was 26.... the oldest was in her 40s...
Four years of college, four more years of med school and two years of residency with a total of 10 years.
It will take four years of medical school. There will also be an additional three or more years to complete the internship and residency requirements.
four years of college,4 more years of med school and 2 years of residency with a total of 10 years. gud luck
Four years of undergraduate Four years of medical school Three to Four years of Residency/Internship (in your field, in this case OB/GYN)
You can become a surgeon (gynecologist or obstetrician) if you are willing to work with pregnancy and birth of children.
You only have to go 4 years
You will need to complete an undergraduate degree, apply to and be accepted to a medical school. Complete four years of basic medical training for the M.D. degree and then several years of internship and residency in the specialty.
It takes at least seven years to become an optometrist. You start out with at least 3 years of undergraduate studies. Then you must become a Doctor of Optometry in four years at an accredited school.
4 years college + 4 years medical school + 3 to 5 more years post-grad training = 11 to 14 years after high school.
you need to first go to a medical school and complete a medical degree.you become a doctor after 2 foundations years and then specialise for the next 4-5.i chose obstetrics and became a physican in obstetrician.
Medical school is a four year program of study. However, there will be an additional three or more years to complete the internship and residency requirements.
In order to become an optometrist you will need to go to school for nine years total. Four years of undergrad, four years of optomitry school and one year of residency. Once this is complete you can start your own business.
4 year pre-med college + 4 years medical school + 2 or more years in specialty + 2 years in a residence = about 12 yearsAnsweryou need to take 1 year each of biology, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physics and English (some medical colleges require a year of college mathematics)...these are the minimum science requirements that are obtained on the way to earning your bachelor's degree (another requirement). then you must go to medical school for 4 years and finish a 4 year residency in ob/gyn to become a gynecologist!
To become a doctor you have to apply to medical school and that is university. Takes over 6 years to start as a licensed physician
About 13 years of college. Five years in a normal institution, another five years in medical school, and three more years (at least) doing internships, residency, and general patient care.
how many years of school do i need to become an prosthodontists?
4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, and 4 years of residency. A total of 12 years. And they make around + or - 150k/yr
2 years(pre-school),5 years (elementary school),3 years(middle school),4 years (high school),4 years (college),2 years (pharmacy school) 20 years in all. start at age 4 and have an actual job at age 24.
Normal program consists of 4 years of college, 4 years of Medical School and 4-5 years of Internship/Residency. You'd have to do a one year as a surgical intern (learn about all types of surgery), then 3-4 years of the OB/GYN Residency.
to become a dentist you have to go to school for 8 years my friend
You can only become a gynecologist after doing a 5-year residency training in Obstetric/Gynecology. Training programs are always associated with a hospital. This residency training can only be started after you have successfully completed 4 years of medical school, which does not really train you in any specialty. To be in medical school, you'd need a bachelor degree from any undergraduate colleges/universities.
you become a doctor.... 3 years uni 3 years intern 4 years resident and then you do a 4 or 5 year gynaecology specialty and then your a gynecologist
A long time. 3years pre-med + 4years med school +5years residency so at least 12 years minimum.
If you are only 13 then maybe you should start by studying patient rights, and in this case, especially their right to privacy and dignity. Make sure you understand them and can agree to them.