The first thing to do is to get admission in an undergraduate program in an accredited educational institution. Make sure that you choose pre-medical as your major and get good grades. This will help you in getting an admission in a graduate school of your liking.
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After you complete your pre-medical, apply in various reputable medical schools. If you get an admission offer from more than one, make sure that you go after the very best amongst those offering. Study well in the medical school and keep your grades up. This is important as with good grades, it is highly likely that you will get a favourable reply from prospective employers.
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Know If It Is for You
While you are attending college, see if you develop an interest in cardiology and internal medicine. This is very important as you do not want to force upon yourself a field of work which you do not like and have no real interest in. If you see that you can go ahead with it and have the required interest, pursue it for a career.
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Residency and Board Exam
Get your residency in internal medicine. Cardiology is a sub field of internal medicine and you will need to complete the program before you can do your fellowship in cardiovascular disease. You must take part in an accredited fellowship program and then will be required to take an exam to become board certified after you have completed the necessary training. You will become a cardiologist after the process.
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