To prepare yourslef for the intense competition you will experience in one of the toughest disciplines in the field of medicine, you should test your mettle now in the toughest course your high school has to offer. That means taking as many first-track, honors, and AP courses as you can possibly handle. Ace those and with decent SATs or ACTs, you should be able to get into a top-drawer college. Assuming you do well in college, you will hopefully get into a top medical school, where you'll fight it out with other top guns who want to be surgeons. Good luck and God bless you.
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An MD, DO or an MBBS/MBChB.
Your basic education courses along with some chemistry and/or biology electives.
Heavy science and math would be best. Truth is that its all about the college!
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I suggest looking at the websites of the various schools your interested in applying to and reviewing their medical program, specifically the courses needed to obtain a degree with a concentration in Plastic Surgery. Reviewing their course catalog and the applicable classes will give you a good idea of what is required to become a plastic surgeon.
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the courses that you need to take to become a nurse would have to be:biology, chemistry and other courses that have to do with science and other types that have to do with nursing
There is a lot of education that is needed to become a toxicologist. You need many medical education courses in school
you need to have a pleasant, outgoing,and cheerful personality.
The number of courses needed will depend on the type of nurse you wish to become. To become a CNA you can be done in 6 weeks.
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In the United States, to become a cardiovascular surgeon, one must obtain an undergraduate degree (usually 4 years), and then obtain a medical degree (4 years). He/she then completes a general surgery residency program (often 5 years) and finally completes a cardiovascular/thoracic surgery fellowship (3-4 years). Thus, the entire length of training after high school is typically 16-17 years.
In order to become a dental surgeon, one must first complete an undergraduate education. They then must complete dental school, followed by a residency in dental surgery.
you can take medical terminology , nursing
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It takes seven years of training after medical school.
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A pediatrician is a doctor--an M.D. You would need premed courses, and then you would have to go to medical school.
Courses you should take would be biology, mathematics, anatomy, and definitely anything science related.