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Symmeatra Hutton

Any schools would be good schools. You have to find the program that fits you and where you see yourself being the most successful. That comes from visiting, talking to staff and students, doing your own research. I don't know your current education status but you have to complete an Undergraduate degree, take the MCAT, apply to medical school, Begin your medical school journey, fellowship, residency. The process is long and expensive so you have to make sure it is something you truly want to do and not just for the money. I suggest shadowing doctors, volunteering at hospitals. Get some practice in to be sure its for you.

Answered 5 years ago

Symmeatra Hutton