There are two ways to look at this. If you are looking for the natural odds, or the odds out of the entire population (which would assume the president being elected at random with no selection) would be 11 in 480,000,000 or 1 in 43,000,000.
This, however, is not how presidents are elected. To get 'true odds', you can only count the number of people who are actually going to RUN for president, assuming you are one of them. In each election, an average of 12 people are running for president in the beginning. Therefore, your true odds of becoming president in any one term election is 1 in 12.
I think that the odds of become ar e good if you know how to do the following
2. be confident
the odds are 12% chance of becoming a doctor
The odds of becoming an engineer are fairly good. If you would like to become an engineer and do well in school the odds are in your favor.
US Grant had no political experience at all before becoming US President
He was senator from Massachusetts.He was a US Senator before becoming president. Before that he was a Congressman.
President Zachary Taylor
You have a .00565% chance of becoming a professional athlete.
The current president, Barack Obama, was the last US president from Illinois. Barack Obama was a senator from Illinois before becoming president.
In the US, you become President of the Senate by becoming vice-President of the United States.
There are no odds. There is hard work and belief in yourself. If you go by the odds, you won't amount to anything in life.
Barack Obama lived in Illinois before becoming president. He first became a senator of Illinois before president of the US.
Jimmy Carter was a farmer and he also served in the military before becoming President of the US. He was the 39th President of the US.
He was a US Senator.
you have to be 35 or older you have to be born in the usa
1 in 54 million
Becoming a US president.
Nineteen US presidents were lawyers before becoming elected.
1 in 10000