Seven to eight years, more if the person chooses a specific pediatric specialty such as oncology.
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.
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