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What high-school courses should you take to become a pediatrician?

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you should take nutrition classes and classes dealing with small children such as biology and a class like medical terminology


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.


they should be at least 20 years old. maybe 18. they should be out of highschool. -AS LONG AS YOU HAVE A BACHELOR'S DEGREE (& do med. school) YOU SHOULD BE GOOD SO..


Are you asking which subjects should you study in school to become a vet? I assume you are in highschool or middle school. You should focus on Biology/Chemistry and Physics. Emphasis on Bio/Chem. You should also take math courses.


Your grade point average should be fairly high to become a pediatrician. Some schools will require you to have over a 3.5 grade point average.




You should call the child's pediatrician for advice.You should call the child's pediatrician for advice.You should call the child's pediatrician for advice.You should call the child's pediatrician for advice.


You should study in Biology. Or ask the person that asks you when you get to college what should pediatricians study in.


Any answer to a question of this sort will depend on the circumstances. You would need to know what the disability is. For instance, its very reasonable to believe someone with dyslexia could be a very good pediatrician. If they already are a pediatrician, the fact that they were able to even become a pediatrician should be proof in itself of their capabilities.


requirements should be posted with the state medical board


College !!!! go to a university or somewhere like uc davis.



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Yes, teenagers should be taking parenting courses in highschool because it gives them an outlook on what its going to be like when they are a parent in the future. Abstinence is key. Teenagers should be well aware of the consequences of pregnancies and in my opinion i think it is a perfect course to take! :)


You should look into taking courses that have anything to do with wiring or circuitry. There are special courses designed to prepare you to become an electrician.


If you are asking about colleges and universities, then you should attend one that offers pre-med as a major.


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!!


To become a chemist, you should take courses that lead to a degree in chemistry. Those courses include several advanced chemistry classes, advanced math classes, and other science courses.


High school courses don't matter, none of them will count in college.


what are some of the abilities or intrest yo ushould have to become a pediatrition??what are some of the abilities or intrest yo ushould have to become a pediatrition??


It will take you about eighteen months to become a paramedic after you get your Associates degree. You will need to take Anatomy courses as well are first aid courses to get you started. After that you might want to take some trauma management or psychology courses.


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