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Psychiatry Imagine being able to know what makes people tick Imagine being able to understand why people act the way they do Imagine being in University thirteen years MORE after High School Definition of a psychiatry - The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis treatment and prevention of mental and emotional disorders Definition of a psychiatrist - A physician who specializes in psychiatry Becoming a psychiatrist is no easy task thats for sure but once completed it gives great satisfaction Required Schooling - Well it is important to do well in school regardless of final destination But to go to Medical School you need to keep your marks at minimum north of 70 in the courses that are required and useful in Medical school suck as Biology Physics Chemistry Math And you need to take them all at the advanced grade level In Canada to get into Medical school you need to have at least half a Batchelors degree before applying and for McMaster Medical School you need a Full Batchelors degree The degree can be in any subject but a science degree would increase your chances It takes four years to get a Batchelors Degree in Science If you are accepted into Medical school you then you go through 4 years of Lectures Tutorials and in hospital work towards the end it is more clinical work Through all this you would be writing tests on a regular basis In the end if youre still standing you have to right the National Medical Exam or the LMCC Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada Which is a gruelling test spanning 2 days for 6-8 hours a day If you pass you are now able to specialize in a medical field you are also a Doctor You would have already chosen your specialty and then you would enter Residency Residency- A
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