Is being a doctor worth it?
While some may think they would have been better off pursuing another profession, scores of doctors are incredibly happy they chose a career in medicine. “Taking into account all the pros and cons, becoming a doctor was ultimately worth it to me,” Dr. Odugbesan reflects. “I would go to medical school all over again.”
What are the bad things about being a doctor?
Click here to apply.#1. Crippling health care system. Doctors, despite their magic, are restricted by the system they are in. #2. Dealing with ungrateful patients and relatives. #3. The extensive working hours. #4. Wolves in sheeps’ clothing. #5. Death is all around.
Can I get into med school with B’s?
No B’s are not bad at all. To be considered for medical school you just need at least a 3.5 GPA. And even if you do get a few B’s, take some upper division courses and Ace them. GPA and MCAT score are the usual cutoffs but its the reason WHY you want to be a doctor that is more compelling than just grades.
Can you be a doctor if you hate biology?
Sure you can enter the medical profession if you hate biology but like chemistry. If your grades are good enough you can enter almost any field no matter how much you like or dislike it. No matter what you look in the field of medicine you see both biology and chemistry.