Here is what you need to know about becoming an Ear/Nose/Throat doctor:
Education and Training
To become an ENT doctor, you will begin by pursuing the traditional route to and through medical school. Score well on the MCAT and earn a high undergraduate GPA, especially in the core science courses of biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, and physics. Obtain clinical experiences that allow you to shadow an ENT doctor so that you will begin to understand the realities of the profession. Apply to complete four years of medical school. During the last two years, you can take specialized coursework in otolaryngology.