well for starters know the correct term for your specialty of interest..i believe you're referring to Obstetrics and that you want to be a obstetrician/gynecologist?!
you can't major in that area until you finish all prereq's..meaning first u major in nursing then u keep going back to school and then u branch off into your area of interest, getting training from that type of doctor.
>> It is not uncommon for people to apply to medical school 2 years in a row before being accepted. Generally, those applicants with the highest marks have the greatest chance of being accepted. However, medical schools consider things like character, leadership qualities, and extracurricular activities as well. You’ll also need to write the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) before applying.
Medical school is 4 years in length. After graduating, you will be a medical doctor (MD). You must then complete 4 years of residency training in obstetrics and gynecology to become an OB/GYN. Residencies are conducted in hospitals or other medical settings.
Once this training is completed, you are eligible for certification through the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG). In addition, you’ll need to obtain a license from the state where you’ll be working.