Your profession can have an immense influence in the world. It can change your mindset and provide opportunities to reinvent yourself as an individual, which explains why thousands of students pass their higher secondary biology stream exams and appear for various medical entrance exams in order to secure admission in top universities – with dreams of becoming physicians being pursued as their career.
However, only a select few successfully become doctors – yet those that do become one are seen as noble professions within society.
To be eligible for a medical degree, one must be at least 17 years of age and obtain a valid medical certificate from their university stating they do not possess an infectious disease. Furthermore, some overseas universities require students take either NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), IELTS, or TOEFL tests before enrollment in university studies.
Indian students looking to enter medicine are well advised to consider studying abroad for their MBBS studies, and may benefit from practicing in their host country as well as accessing large university campuses, superior laboratory facilities and an affordable student-teacher ratio. Studying abroad also affords them global exposure that they can bring back home after graduating.