Well I live in America and am currently a sophomore in high school. Lately, I've been really worried about college and about what I want to be when I grow up. Since I was a kid I always wanted to become a neurosurgeon but lately I realized how much work it will take. I'm going to be in my mid to late 30s by the time I become a neurosurgeon. I just wanted to know if anyone has any other careers that would interest me. I'm really into things that deal with the medical field or the human mind. Also, should I try to take my ACT this year?
Pharmacy might be good, Children's doctor as well. In short, if you can manage, stay with it.
Good luck to you.
4 years of college, 4 years of med, 5-7 years of surgical residency. A lot of school left, not to mention the fact that you have to be continually studying. But I guess if its something you want then go for it. Yeah, it can be very rewarding (currently studying medicine). Hope you got steady hands.
Last edited by cracker; May 08, 2011 at 04:10 PM.
First year at high school right now and right now Im planning to do this as well as possible so I can get into law scientific college out here in Finland.There are few reasons why I want to be lawyer well for one is that I hate crime,criminals etc that's why I'm going to become district attorney besides I like to argue if its rather smart type of arguing so what could be better.And well the money aint bad and such.I would have wanted to become a police but I dont see what the hell do they do in Finland aside from putting car drunks in jail