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Neuropsychologists and Clinical Neuropsychologists

Education and Training Requirements

High School

Education goes beyond high school to become a neuropsychologist, so be sure to enroll in college preparatory courses. Classes should include mathematics (algebra, geometry, and calculus, physics), biology, chemistry, psychology, sociology, English courses, and computer science. Take a modern foreign language, such as French or German, because reading comprehension of these languages is usually one of the requirements for a doctorate degree.

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