Before committing to becoming a chiropractor, it is advisable to read some chiropractic literature, books and magazines to see if the natural healing philosophy is right for you. If you decide to become a chiropractor, know that the first few years in school are going to be tough. Just put your nose to the grindstone and before you know it you’ll be in clinic. What you learn in school is extremely important, but your real education begins after you graduate. Ask a current chiropractor that you wish to emulate if they can mentor you, and shadow them if possible - ask some great questions that will build clarity as to what you'd like to do. Don't forget to take some courses in marketing, advertising and business, as you will need to know the business side of chiropractic as well.