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What do i have to do as a college student to become a pediatrician?

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To become a pediatrician, you will need to take all of the pre-med courses in college. These include human anatomy and physiology, Psychology, sociology, and Biology.

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Yes, both college and medical school are required to become a pediatrician.


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After college you must become a medical doctor, and then complete an accredited residency program to become a pediatrician.



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To become a pediatrician you need to have: 4 years of college 4 years of medical school 3-4 years of residency


After graduating from high school, a student that wants to become a Pediatrician must finish:four years of collegefour years of medical schoolone year of a Pediatrics internshiptwo years of a Pediatrics residency


you will spend 11 years in college to become a pediatrician.


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to become a pediatrician you have to have 11 to 12 years of college.


After graduating from high school, a student that wants to become a Pediatrician must finish about 11 years of school and training to become a Pediatrician.


To become a pediatrician you need to have 4 years of college, then 4 years of medical school, then 3 years of pediatric residency training.



To become a pediatrician, you need to graduate from college, then graduate from medical school, and then complete a pediatrics residency program. In total it takes about 11 years after high school to become a pediatrician.


What is the best college for a pediatrician?


Pediatricians have to go to college, so you have to be smart enough to get accepted into a good college and attend for around four years, and then you have to become a physician, which is about four more years, then you have to get more education in pediatrician education, which is around 3 years. So the answer is, Yes, you do need to be smart to become a pediatrician, but when you were a baby, I'm sure you benefited from a good, smart pediatrician, instead of an uneducated one.


A pediatrician is a doctor--an M.D. You would need premed courses, and then you would have to go to medical school.


To become a pediatrician you need to have: 4 years of college (you could do 2 at a junior college then transfer to a university) 4 years of medical school 3-4 years of residency


The only way to become a pediatrician is to attend college, then go to medical school, and then complete a residency program. There are no alternate methods of becoming a pediatrician.


yes it is a good college for pediatrician


Go to medical school, which means about 13 years of college.


You have to be licensed to become a pediatrician.


It cost me close to $600,000 to become a pediatrician after leaving high school. All in the form of student loans, so by the time I finish paying it back, when you account for student loan interest, it will be between 1.5 and 2 million dollars.



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