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How to Get Medical Jobs : How to Become a Gynecologist

by tom44 on November 19, 2012

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Becoming a gynecologist, or OB/GYN, requires a standard medical doctor education followed by a residency in gynecology that will last between four and five years. Learn how to become a gynecologist with tips from a medical administrator in this free video on career information. Expert: Mark MacBayne Bio: Mark MacBayne, with a Master of Public Health degree, is a practice manager at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. Filmmaker: Bing Hu
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Pharmacists are required to complete a bachelor’s degree and a doctoral program and must pass a state licensing exam before practicing pharmacology. Get a job as a pharmacist with tips from a medical administrator in this free video on career information. Expert: Mark MacBayne Bio: Mark MacBayne, with a Master of Public Health degree, is a practice manager at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. Filmmaker: Bing Hu
Video Rating: 3 / 5

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19 thoughts on “How to Get Medical Jobs : How to Become a Gynecologist

  1. MyUsername156 says:

    4-5 years for the? residency? daaaamn.

  2. hottyloxie says:

    god im scared getting into medical school is going to? be the hardest

  3. Anjuify says:

    I wan to became an? obgyn! Great Vidoe!

  4. jaxkipi says:

    Interesting.?

  5. FEMALEATBPJ says:

    great video? !

  6. capitalsfan4ever says:

    I don’t know what you’re saying…

    Can you make a? video??? lol

  7. jouxpane says:

    That Goatee? speaks volumes. Guarantee the license plate on his camaro says
    “MY CMARO”.

  8. previeti0970 says:

    how long did it take you to become one??

  9. sickbasterd123 says:

    I hope your right I heard before that it takes only years? here in Texas maybe its different

  10. deezfatnutz says:

    IT DOES NOT TAKE 8 YEARS?

  11. MaladroitHero1 says:

    it’s funny this guy does not really know the process and he works at a hospital that is a part of a university that has a pharmacy program. University of California San Francisco awards only graduate level degrees and is a highly competitive? school. a bachelors is an absolute must to apply because they do not have any sort of undergraduate coursework. I interviewed here and they definitely have an attitude like they are the top ranked pharmacy school.

  12. MaladroitHero1 says:

    Schools are starting to require Bachelors degrees to apply for admission. For pretty much every school a bachelors degree is needed to be competitive if you are not applying from within the university from some sort of pre-pharmacy program. Some people start already having received a masters. This is for California at least I dont know how competitive it is outside my state. PCAT is not required for the? California schools. I didnt take it. I hear it was a joke anyways.

  13. mce863 says:

    this video is so wrong.? you normally take pre-pharmacy classes for 2 years and take the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT) and apply to a 4 year pharm D program. And in the 4th year you do rotations where you get lots of pharmacy experience.

  14. psypsyO says:

    wtf!!!!? what is he saying! dont listen to this guy. He acts like he knows his s..

  15. elements100 says:

    I thought you could begin the PharmD program just after 2 years? of college if you know your going to become a pharmacist starting college. Is this correct? I’m not sure.

  16. pola4u says:

    uhhh its not a doctorate… you are a doctor upon receiving your pharm.? d

  17. hesellsmystuff says:

    Basically – IGNORE EVERYTHING HE SAYS -? because it is all hilariously wrong.

  18. lphiescooby21 says:

    No wonder……he confused? me. I was like…GRE?!? Thanks for clarifying.

  19. hesellsmystuff says:

    Wow – does this guy do this just for EGO ? So many erroneous comments it is actually funny. A 4 year degree is NOT required for PharmD School. A GME doesn’t even exist. a GRE? does – and DOESN’T APPLY to a PharmD program. a PCAT does. A person can become a Pharmacist in 5-6 years – sit for the NAPLEX – and be licensed – with no extra internship requirements – since most PharmD programs make the 4th year all internships.

    This guy is just plain hilariously inept / ignorant / misinformed

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