How Many Years Of Schooling Does It Take To Become A Radiologist?

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It takes four years of college, four years of medical school, five years of residency, and 0-2 years of fellowship.  After high school, that's up to 15 years of training.  You will be in debt for at least 20 years after high school, then you might start making money, if obama doesn't cut salaries even further.  Good luck!
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My mom is a radiologist and she said about 2 years maybe 3. It might depend on what school you are planning to attend.
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It takes 2-3 years to become a radiologist technician...but a radiologists is a MD and schooling take from 13 to 14 years to become and actual radiologist!
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You can get a radiology tech degree in as short as 1.5 up to 4 years. Basically, you can either get it as an associates, or a bachelors in radiology. Now, a radiologist is an entirely different career. It is a medical doctor that reads all diagnostic imaging.

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