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How to Become a Doctor and Save Lives

A lot of people dream to become a doctor and help save thousands of lives. However, the line between your passion to become a doctor and the training you need to undergo to get there can be the most challenging part of your career. You will spend sleepless nights studying and doing research works, you will be exposed to different kinds of situation and a lot more. The requirements on how to become a doctor are unending and it is your choice if you can beat and join the hectic schedule and rigid training.  Becoming a doctor is not as easy as you may think; it takes a person a lot of determination, patience and will to succeed. Only those who are fierce by heart and mind can endure and become a doctor.

To test yourself whether you have the heart and courage to become a doctor, try doing volunteer works in hospitals or medical missions. You will be faced with various medical conditions and this where you can see for yourself how it feels like to be a part of a medical team. Once you get the hang of it and still want to become a doctor, you can continue your journey on learning on how to become a doctor. Do well and excel in your school. Show the teachers in your school that you are a responsible person who is willing to help and save other people’s lives. Present a good attitude towards other people and gain the respect and trust of your teachers at school. Some institutions give out recommendation letter to colleges; this can be a good way to impress the colleges and might give you an acceptance letter to their school.

Before you can start studying medicine proper, you would need to graduate from a 4 year course that can be admitted as a pre-medicine course. This means you would be enrolled not only to 1 course, but you would need to undergo a different course prior to taking up the medicine proper. After you have graduated on your first four year course, you would need to take an exam for medicine. Different countries have different kind or level of exams, so this basically depends on which area you live in. usually, this exam is given to see if you are qualified to enroll in the school of medicine.

Once you have attained the required score, you can now enroll yourself in a medicine school. By this stage, you will be bombarded with various paper works and research works. Sleepless nights and workloads will start by this stage, but if you are persistent enough, you will endure all these trials. You will then go under residency and have your specialty, if you prefer. Last but not the least; the last exam will determine whether you have achieved something after almost 11 years of studying and training.

Knowing how to become a doctor is easy, but trying to become a doctor and get your way through it may be a little tough. With luck and strong will on your side, nothing is impossible.