yes! me and my wife have a friend who has 1 year to go. she just turned 40.shhh! Not if that's really what you want to do. What's the old saying? In 6 years you're going to be 42, whether you're an MD or not. Would you rather be a 42-year-old MD, or be still doing your current job? It's just a choice of how you would like to spend your time. Older students are frequently more successful than younger ones.
No, you do not get paid. In fact the opposite is true: You pay a lot of money to go to med school.
Go to Med School
No school, INCLUDING Harvard, combines college with med school. You still need your bachelors degree before you can go to med school ANYWHERE. Some schools may have programs where you can shorten the span from 8 years to 7 but no school combines them.
You have to go to med school & become an md.
Baylor is a great school for pre-med
Worry about that in your last year of med school. You will be exposed to many specialities in med school.
yes .... a bachelor degree is necessary to be accepted into med school. however not sure if that is true for the m-cat
No! I am 29 and in nursing school. I didnt even start my prereqs for nursing school till i was 25. Going to med school is a long and difficult road, but as long as you make the commitment and effort, youll be fine. I have several friends that attended U of AZ's med school in their 30's and 40's. Good luck! :)
Depends.. Research mostly, go into industry, go to med school, and teach.
Not much go hit up med school.
No, because you can get personal training from relatives
Yes you can go to school and first become a nurse and then go back to med school and study to become a doctor.
you have to go to cardiology for 18years 4 for colleage 4 for med school 10 for a liscense in cardilogy
You should find a different school.
Yes and u need to do pre med in college then go to med school. So 8 or more years in college.
No, you can not go straight from high school to medical school. First you have to get a BS or BA degree, usually with an emphasis on basic sciences. Then you can attend medical school.
umm you have to go to med school and then specialize in psychiatry.
I would think so.
No I am sorry that we don't have a med. school you would have to go to another school. But you could get most of your degree here. : )
Because sometimes they are lazy or, they sleep late.
No- in fact, they don't typically accept UVa undergrads into their med-school other than the top, top, top students. They want more variety. If you want to go to UVa for med school, go somewhere else with a good premed program.
he attended one year of med school at the University of Barcelona
around ten to fifteen years of a four year college and med school