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To become a doctor of chiropractic (DC), you will have to study
a minimum of six to seven years after high school. Preparing for
this profession is just as demanding as preparing to be a medical
doctor, and the types of courses you will need are also similar.
Science classes, such as biology, chemistry, physics, and
psychology, will prepare you for medical courses in college. Figure
drawing may give you a better sense of the human anatomy. English,
speech, drama, and debate can sharpen the communication skills that
are essential for this profession. Math, business, and computer
classes can help you get ready to run a private practice.
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