I would love to specialize in gynaecology


I’m 16 years old and confused about what I should take up after Std XII. I would love to specialize in gynaecology. What are the requirements/qualifications to become a gynaecologist? Is it possible to write an entrance exam without going for coaching? F so, how can I prepare by myself for the exam?



OB/GYN specialists are doctors who focus solely on women. This field is particularly appealing because it allows you to maintain an interest in both medicine and surgery. You can develop expertise in the most sophisticated, technically demanding procedures if you choose.



You need many years of education to become an OB/GYN specialist. First, clear 10+2 examination with Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Then appear in a competitive exam to get admission into M.B.B.S. (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery). This is a five and a half-year course which includes a one-year internship period as well. After that you can go for M.D. in Gynaecology.



It is certainly not necessary to go for coaching classes. These just guide you, but it is you who have to work hard. First get your concepts clear, understand all the topics of XI and XII NCERT. Do the last five years entrance test papers to get a full insight into the pattern of the papers. Normally, in these exams, the emphasis is on conceptual questions. So, you should practice for questions based on diagrams given in NCERT text and concepts. Be confident and prepare well. Wish you all the best.



 



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I am a Physical Science student and want to become a Gynaecologist.



I am a student of Std IX ICSE board. I am a Physical Science student and want to become a gynaecologist. Please guide me.



Gynaecology is the postgraduate level education. To pursue a career in this field, you should start by taking Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Then go for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree. The duration of this course is 5½ years of which the last one year is a period of rotary internship, which is devoted to complete practical training.



CBSE conducts NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for admissions to MBBS, BDS and nursing courses. The Entrance Test consists of one paper with 180 objective type questions from the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. There are other institutes like AIIMS, AFMC, PGI and JIPMER which conduct their own all-India level test.



After completing MBBS, paper  for the entrance test for taking admission in MD/MS course and choose gynaecology as a specialization. Duration of MD is 3 years.



 



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I want to be a Gynaecologist



I’m a student of Std IX. I want to be a gynaecologist. What steps should i take to fulfill this?



Gynaecology is the postgraduate level education. To pursue a career in this field, you should start by taking Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Then go for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree. The duration of this course is 5½ years of which the last one year is a period of rotary internship, which is devoted to complete practical training.



CBSE conducts NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for admissions to MBBS, BDS and nursing courses. The Entrance Test consists of one paper with 180 objective type questions from the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. There are other institutes like AIIMS, AFMC, PGI and JIPMER which conduct their own all-India level test.



After completing MBBS, paper  for the entrance test for taking admission in MD/MS course and choose gynaecology as a specialization. Duration of MD is 3 years.



 



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