Can I become a doctor after pursuing B.Sc Nursing?

I scored 65% marks in class 12th.

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    Anu Ankita SEO Analyst | Contributor-Level 10

    5 years ago
    This course is for the one who wants to become a Nurse or getting into any of the nursing courses.
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    Dr Swastik Sahu Medical & Engineering Consultant | Scholar-Level 17

    5 years ago
    Hello Dear,If you want to become a doctor, you need to pursue MBBS BDS B.A. M. S. BHMS like courses. All these courses accept NEET score for admission.
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    Prachi Pol Making History... | Guide-Level 13

    5 years ago
    You would have to pass the MAT. Then you would have to apply at various medical schools. Then you would have to go through 4 years of premed. You might be able to Clep out of a few courses if they allow it and you are really, really proficient. If you think having an RN is short cut, it isn't. However, going for Nurse Practitioner or Medical Assistant in graduation school, having past the GRE would be an alternative. There are medical schools south of the border where you may have a better chance of being accepted, and many grads are practicing state side today and Board Certified. You would have to pass medical boards here after gradu
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    rahul r | Scholar-Level 18

    6 years ago
    The top job profiles in the field of nursing are as the following:
    Staff Nurse
    Assistant Nursing Superintendent
    Department Supervisor
    Deputy Nursing Superintendent
    Nursing Supervisor or Ward Sister
    Director of Nursing
    Nursing Superintendent
    Teacher of Nursing
    Community Health Nurse (CHN)
    Military Nurse
    Industrial Nurse
    Nursing Service Administrators
    Nursing Service overseas
    Employment Area
    The employment areas where nurses can work are as the following:
    Government run hospitals
    Super specialty hospital
    Nursing homes
    Old age homes
    Armed forces
    Indian Red Cross Society
    Indian Nursing Council
    State Nursing Council
    Educational insti

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