Why do you want to be a doctor Reddit?
Possible answers: You are interested in the science, and so would like to further your scientific and medical knowledge with the extra years of schooling as a doctor. You want more autonomy and responsibility because having the patients life in your hands is a humbling and rewarding experience for you.
What does a doctor need to study?
The requirements for becoming a doctor in the U.S. may vary by specialty. In general, doctors complete a 4-year undergraduate degree program, spend 4 years in medical school, and then complete 3-7 years of residency training before they are eligible for medical licensing.
Which subject is best for doctor in Class 11?
Psychology with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Medical Stream) Taking up Psychology with Biology in class 11th is a great subject choice.
Is maths important to become a doctor?
No it is not necessary to opt mathematics to become doctor. Biology, Physics, Chemistry (PCB) is enough because these three subjects are important for competitive exams and if maths is your field of interest then you can peruse PCB with maths. PCB (Physics, Chemistry, & Biology) are subjects for a medical aspirant.
Do you need to be smart to be a doctor?
The main thing is your desire to do it and ability to complete the six years of study. At least an average intelligence will help, so over 100 in an IQ test. Everyone in medical school is smart—so yes, you need to be really smart to become a doctor.