To become a General Physician, here are the typical steps involved:

1.      Obtain a Bachelor's degree: The first step to becoming a General Physician is to complete a Bachelor's degree in a pre-medical field such as biology, chemistry, or physics. This typically takes four years.

2.      Take the MCAT: Before applying to medical school, you will need to take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). This exam assesses your knowledge of scientific concepts, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities.

3.      Attend Medical School: After completing your Bachelor's degree and MCAT, the next step is to attend medical school, which typically takes four years. During medical school, you will learn about anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and other medical topics.

4.      Complete a Residency Program: After graduating from medical school, you will need to complete a residency program in family medicine. This typically takes three years and provides you with hands-on training in diagnosing and treating patients.

5.      Obtain a Medical License: To practice as a General Physician, you will need to obtain a medical license in the state where you wish to practice. This typically involves passing a national medical licensing exam and meeting other state-specific requirements.

6.      Continue your Education: General Physicians are required to complete continuing education courses to maintain their medical licenses and stay up-to-date on the latest medical research and practices.

Becoming a General Physician requires a significant amount of time, dedication, and hard work. However, for those who are passionate about helping people and providing medical care, it can be a rewarding and fulfilling career.