Jun 072014
 

Question by .: What sciences should i take in highschool to become a dentist?
I made a mistake and took earth science but now i want to become a dentist… ive heard that you have to take physics, chemistry and biology… is this true?
im in the 11th grade

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Answer by cliftonstewart11
Chemistry is probably the most important science you will need to know. In college you will have to take organic chemistry, so try to pay attention as much as you can.

Any of the natural sciences are very important to understand when persuing dentistry. Physics is important, but not as important as the natural sciences.

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Jan 202014
 

Question by Mikey: What level of Math,Science,and English do they do at Cass Tech Highschool?
What level of Math,Science,and English do they do at Cass Tech Highschool?
I would like to know what kind of academics they do. Like what do they do for 10th grade Algebra,Geometry, Pre calculus, or Calculus. For science do they do Physics, Earth science, or chemistry. The same for English.

Is Cass Tech hard? Is 10th Grade Hard?

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Answer by Mike
http://casstech.schools.detroitk12.org/

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Jul 092013
 

Question by Sally: Is the iliad a good novel to read for English class in highschool?
On the list of things we need, under the English section it sais we need a novel of our choice. It doesn’t give any other info. Would an enlish teacher be approving of the iliad?

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Answer by MavistheMaven
The Iliad is a classic and one that has long been taught by English teachers. The question is, is it a novel? I believe it’s a narrative poem, maybe not long enough to fit the requirement. Check with your English teacher to be sure.

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Mar 292013
 

Question by chloe: if I avoid taking Physics in highschool, would my changes of getting into a good college be limited?
I’m not the best at math, and I heard physics is mostly based on math. My plan is to take all other science classes except for physics; anatomy forensic..etc . I was wondering if that would affect my chances of getting into a competitive college?

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Answer by Frank
No. You don’t have to take physics. Take an advanced course, but it doesn’t have to be physics.

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Mar 192013
 

Question by joshmosh: Can i be a doctor without having taken medical classes in highschool?
I am a junior in high school this year and i realized i want to be a doctor.
my classes are all ap and honors. im taking alot of science classes including physics,marinescience,chemistry,and ap enviormental. but i have never taken med classes. is it still possible for me realisticly to become an internal medicine specialist or a surgeon?

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Answer by Arbitrary Person
Most high schools don’t offer medically related classes (maybe anatomy). You’re on the right track, taking science classes. You have to earn a Bachelor’s degree before you go to medical school anyway.

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Mar 022013
 

Question by jack: I want to be a neurosurgeon, am a senior in highschool am admitted to BSU, where do I go from here?
So I think its to my understanding that there will be advisors that will help me when I attend my first semester. How will my education play out though. I attend bsu for [four?] years, get a degree in (neuroscience?), then go to some sort of medschool? How does it all work, specifically med school, is it like any other college and I have to choose a certain set of classes, or does each med school specialize in a certain field and the classes are predetermined upon admission?

Just how does it work and what do people normally do?

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Answer by eri
You’re looking at 4 years of college for a bachelors, 4 years of medical school for an MD, 5 years of general surgical residency, and then 5 years of neurosurgical fellowship. 18 years of college and training before you can get a job on your own. For the bachelors, you can major in anything you want (not nursing) as long as you take the 12 required premed classes. To have a shot at med school after college, you need a very high college GPA (shoot for 3.7 or higher), great MCAT scores, and great experience in the field (volunteer, research, internships, etc). You do not specialize in anything until after medical school, and you don’t learn neurosurgery until after your first 5 years of training in basic surgery.

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Jan 132012
 

Question by USAboy: HighSchool Science Physics help!?
Question: ‘If the box has a mass of 2 kg, find the acceleration of the box’

This has to do with Newton’s first and second laws of motion. Please explain the question and answer
Thanks :)

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Answer by Kristie
We need to know what the total net forces are to determine the acceleration. If there is a net force not equal to zero, then there will be an acceleration determined by the equation: F=ma.

If the object is stationary or is moving at constant velocity (ignoring friction), then there is no acceleration of the box.

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