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sorry, this might not help.. but, if you have a school in mind you should call them and they will have a plan for you and you can look that over. Often times, schools even have them on their webpage. Good Luck!! I hope you become a pediatrician soon!!


There are no particular classes in high school that are required to become a pediatrician, so you can take just about whatever you want. The main thing would be to do well enough to get into medical school. If you really wanted to take courses that would make learning what you need to learn in college easier, I would suggest math and science courses. You will have to take a bunch of these in college and they help you to think analytically.


I can't say any specific names of classes. I do know you will definitely need science, math and english. Talk to any pediatricians you know and your school or highschool's counsellor for extra help with this question. Good luck!


The classes you take in high school only aid you in being accepted to a college or university. However, some of the courses may be in the health science field, which would help you in your decision. To become a pediatrician, you will need to obtain an undergraduate degree, be accepted to a medical college and then do your internships.



My best advice to you would be to major in Biology, and take psychology and complete med school. other wise I don't know. hope i could help.


To get into medical school you don't need any particular degree, you just need the prerequisite science classes to get into medical school. But lots of math and science courses can only help you.


math, science, maria, and other classes. cool :) maria


A heavy course of study in English will help.


There are no requirements, but international foods, home ec, and cooking classes might help you out.


You can get help for your 9th grader son from Pediatrician, School Psychologist or School Counselor.


To become a pediatrician (or any type of medical doctor), you will want to focus especially on science classes. Once you get to college, the pre-med requirements will include chemistry, physics and of course biology. Learning about these subjects in high school will be helpful to you once you arrive at college. However, it is important to remember that the specific courses you take in high school will have little effect on your medical career. What is important in high school is much more general; You want to perform well in a wide variety of challenging classes. This is what will help you get into a good college. Then it is what you do in college that is most important in helping you get into medical school.


High school sciences and math will help, but it's college and medical school where you'llget your core training.You Have To get really good grades though!!



You have to go to 4 years of college, plus medical school school, plus internship to become a pediatrician. If you want to help in a pediatrician's office, you can train pretty quickly to become a Medical Assistant (less than 4 years college to train).


I am glad that you are going to school. What you need to do is to make an appointment to speak with an advisor. You should have one assigned to you. They might even have a medical program for you to go into that will help you out with becoming a pediatric. Your advisor will help you in deciding which classes are best for you to take and ones that will transfer to your next college. Good luck and God Bless:)


To become a nurse, you need to study nursing in a community college or four-year university. Studying biology and chemistry in high school will help you prepare for your nursing classes in college.


The courses you take in high school don't really matter much when studying to become a pediatrician. It takes an additional 11 years of schooling after the completion of high school to become a pediatrician so you will have plenty of time to take required courses then. In high school you should focus on courses you like and that you can get good grades in. A good GPA will help you to get into a better college, which may make it easier to become a doctor.


It depends on the school and state in which you are taking the classes. You would need to speak to a counselor so they can help you figure out what to do.



There are no classes in high school that will help you become a game warden. Take science classes so when you go to college you will have the classes you need. You can major in forestry management or environmental studies to become a game warden. Since they are part police I imagine each state has a training that is required as well .


well 4years high school. 4years college, then 4 years of medical which 3 will be internships, etc. Pediatricians are just s specialty which means when you take your classes towards the end, you will chose a specialty to which you will add certain classes that go towards a degree. classes that might help: PALS=Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Early Childhood Healthcare, etc.


Some benefits for a pediatrician is that you get to help children. You also get to travel. Some benefits for a pediatrician is that you get to help children. You also get to travel. Some benefits for a pediatrician is that you get to help children. You also get to travel. Some benefits for a pediatrician is that you get to help children. You also get to travel.


To become a student doctor you can begin by taking college classes, either online or at a physical school. Once you do that your teacher can help instruct you from there.


In high school you will have shop classes for electives and these may help you. To become an electrician you can get an apprenticeship to have a master electrician to train you.



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