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How long does it take to become a neurologist?

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It takes at least 11 years to go from high school graduate to neurologist. Most neurologists complete a four-year bachelor's degree followed by a four-year medical school degree and finish with a three-year residency training period.

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A neurologist specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and conditions of the brain, including the nervous system. This encompasses dealing with how the nervous system conducts sensory information from nerve endings to the brain via the spinal cord.

The education and training necessary to become a neurologist is expensive. Most neurologists take out over $200,000 in school loans; however, to cover the cost of this specialized training, a neurologist typically enjoys an income of $275,000 to $325,000 annually.

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