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The reason I want to become a pediatrician is because I love working with kids. Most pediatricians typically complete eleven years of training to become a pediatrician. The very first thing that I would have to do just to get started with my career would first be four years of college. Next you would have to complete four years of medical school. I would then I would have to do one year of internship in pediatrics. Finally I’d have to do two years of pediatric residency. The best things to major to major in, in college is one year of English, two years of biology, one semester of college calculus or statistics, one year of physics and two years of chemistry. The cost of becoming a pediatrician in college its ranging from $40,000 up to $160,000 in medical school it’s about $100,000, and residency income its usually $45,000/year. Usually pediatricians diagnose and treat infections, injuries, genetic defects, malignancies, organic diseases and dysfunctions. A pediatrician is a physician who has taken extra training in the development and diseases of infants, children, adolescents and young adults to the age 21. Pediatricians are called on to provide a variety of services to families, including diagnosing illness, prescribing treatment, counseling families, monitoring the growing Childs physical, mental and social development and advising adolescents on a range of emotional and social issues. The first most important skill of all when becoming a pedestrian you have to love working with children. You must be patient enough to endure all that they go through. Next you will have to deal with paranoid parents. Good communication skills are essential. Apart from all those possessing diagnostic, analytical, computer, research and multitasking skill are needed to become a pediatrician. Once you go through the education and residency you are required to pass a certification examination that is offered by the American board of pediatricians. The reason I really

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