Do well in Highschool, get good SAT scores so that you can be accepted into a respected Pre-Med University, Enter Med School after doing well in college, after Med school select a specialty and continue. It's a time consuming process but certainly what the public expects from the medical profession.
You figure it out it also depens on what type of surgeon yo want to be like a orthopedic surgeon should be good at hammering things and stuff like that ect.....
no where can you find this type of profession let alone if they want to take you for your specific reason to see the Orthopedic .
What you choose to take in high school really does not matter. Just do well enough to get into a good (yet inexpensive) college. On the road to becoming an ortho surgeon, you want to stay out of debt as much as possible, especially at the college level. Go into debt, if you must, at the medical school level. I am an orthopedic surgeon.
well surgeon is a good job with good salary i am a surgeon in and aged 22 i have a bachleors of surgery degree and i finshed george mason it is the best job kids donot know how to pick jobs do you want to be a millionair just become a surgeon it is so easy
Attend college, then medical school ... should take, oh about, 13 years or longer since you want to be a surgeon, too.
It depends on where you would want to become a surgeon, each country has different requirements.
I know this doesn't mean much coming from a stanger but if you want to be a orthopedic surgeon your grades need to be really high... if u wanna get into med school u better have straight A's
If you want to be a brain surgeon why are you online on this site you should be calling colleges
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Well its might depend on what you are studying first of all and what Field of work you want to be in OR The type of surgeon (:
becuase it is a ride to a scary an ddangerous challegne. it is how sometimes you meet people. TRUST ME IT FUN TO BE A HEART SURGEON
Someone should become a nurse because they want to. Nobody should become a nurse if they do not want to.
It all depends how you want to define best. Some surgeons devote more time to research, and they're often quite well known. Some surgeons perform specific, unusual procedures that they have been specially trained to do. Some orthopedic surgeons gain notoriety by being the physician of politician or professional sports team or player. There is no simple way to define the best surgeon. First, it is very unusual that you would have to travel a great distance to find a very good orthopedic surgeon. There are thousands of well-trained, experienced orthopedic surgeons throughout the United States. Secondly , surgeons who perform the most common procedures the most frequently, may not be particularly well known by the above criteria.
it depends on what you want to specalise in.usually 12-18 years
If you want to become a surgen then your working hours will be 50 hours a week. Or 10 hour a day.
Well, usually 4 years of undergrad 4 years of medical school 5 years of residency for general surgury and 2-3 years extra (fellowship) if you want to specialize. So its about 15-18 years. Good Luck!!! To have accurate answer; FIRST What type surgeon (i mean general surgeon or specified like plastic surgeon, Orthopedic.,.... ) SECOND Region or area the surgeon will practie his job THIRD facilities for training like teachers, equbmints & The numbers and type of diseases treat in training center. until of questions above...... the average to be surgeon are 3 to 6 years. Dr Sam
3 to 4 years undergrad, then 3 or 4 years of Medical school, and then 2 years if you want practice with a surgeon or PhD.
If you're good enough to become an NHL goalie, I would go that route. If you're smart enough and dedicated enough to become a plastic surgeon, that would be good. If you just want a steady paycheck and like having a little power, police officer is probably a really good job for you.
Because they don't want to spend 10 years in university but want to have an impact in a veterinary practise. Perhaps they want to be the anesthesiologist, and not the surgeon. They want to be the nurse, not the doctor.
Ummm......you to be in Medical School for about seven years or so.LOL.I want to be a surgeon.How about you?:)
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It definitly helps, to get into a good biology or premed college, but if you want to become a surgeon that badly then you should improve your biology grades definitly. On the other hand, you don't necessarily NEED an A, a B would suffice to get into a decent or semi-decent premed school. Just work hard and don't let anyone tell you that you can't do it. Good luck!
Besides First Aid, which is required for Eagle, there is a Badge in Medicine. This requires spending time with a doctor so if you think you ant to be a surgeon you could try to find a counselor that is a surgeon.
GCSEs - three separate sciences (physics, chemistry, biology). To become any sort of surgeon you will have to go to medical school, and most universities require at least the three science A Levels at grade A or A*.