Do I have what it takes to be a surgeon?
Surgeons typically need a bachelor’s degree, a degree from a medical school, which takes 4 years to complete, and, depending on their specialty, 3 to 7 years in internship and residency programs.
Medical schools are highly competitive..
How hard is it to become a surgeon?
No it is not hard to become a surgeon IF THAT IS WHAT YOU REALLY WANT. Sure at times it was long hours, hard work, but you will enjoy every bit of it . Including medical school it takes about 13 years to be a plastic surgeon.
What is the easiest surgeon to become?
First, because general surgery is compensated less than other specialties, is the easiest surgical specialty to get into, and deals with a lot of more nausea-inducing pathologies, I’ve heard other medical students or doctors suggest that general surgery is for people who couldn’t get into a more competitive and “better …
What qualities make a good surgeon?
Intelligence, professionalism, conscientiousness, creativity, courage, and perseverance on behalf of your patients are the critical factors, and they outweigh the small differences in dexterity among most medical students. Becoming a good surgeon is a lifelong process.