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What type of school do you need to go to be a surgeon?


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2009-01-06 16:07:06
2009-01-06 16:07:06

you have to go to a specialized medical school, but you have to know how to spell surgeon before you can do that!!

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a surgeon doctor needs to have a education of science because when you apprate someone you need to know what stuff can go and that cant go like iun science you need to know what chemical can go in the experiment can go into it.

To be a surgeon, you should take math and science classes in high school, then take biology or premed classes in college and go to medical school.

It depends what type of school (public vs. private) for undergrad and medical school the surgeon attends, but it will cost anywhere from $350 to $550 USD.

It takes 7 - 12 yrs to become a oral surgeon, it depends which school or hospital you go to.

it depends on what type of surgeon but it will take up to atleast 12 years atleast 8 to 13 years of college

you need to go to college for 4 years. then you go to medecal school for about 6 years

you need to go to med school. do that for a while then you can choose an area to get into, but be warned surgery is bloody competitive.

some of them go to school for ten to fifteen years

Depending on what field of expertices you are looking for, it may vary from 3-8 years, the level of which you have chosen to study will hinder how long you will need to be a qualified surgeon.

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After completing your school you will require another 12 to 13 years to train as a Neuro surgeon

Are you serious? You don't need any classes to become a need training and to be licensed. Now, how do you do that? You go to college and study Biology and the pre-med program, then you do your MCAT, then you apply to medical school, and finally you train.

you have to go to college to become a surgeon. In high school take all the college prep classes you can

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.

The classes you take in college are what matter, not high school. Also, you don't even have to major in premed to go to med school. There are some classes like chem, organic, and physics that are prerequisites, but there are many paths that can lead down the road to being a surgeon.

Go to journalism School and get a degree.

Typically, to become a surgeon, you would need a four year college degree and a three year medical school degree. After that, there would be internship, surgical residency, and possibly a fellowship before practicing.

First, you have to learn to spell 'surgeon.' Then you'll go to four years of college to obtain your bachelor's degree in Medicine. Then you take a test to see if you'll be accepted into a Medical School.

You have to go to medical school for about 12-14 years

lawyers have to go to law school and complete an 4 year in law school

High school classes do not count towards becoming a surgeon. What makes high school important is that you are setting the foundation for getting into a good college for your freshman year. You need to take the college prep classes, keep a good GPA, do some community service, and become involved in your high school in some way. The colleges looks at these factors when students apply. Do well in college and you can apply to medical school to become the surgeon you want to be.

No I am sorry that we don't have a med. school you would have to go to another school. But you could get most of your degree here. : )

you need to go to school to get qualifications, which you need to get a job. If you don't go to school i don't think there is any job out there for you!

Four years of undergraduate studies, four years of medical school, four years of general surgeon and 4 of other surgeon. It's about 14-16 years of school.

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