It seems to me that Neurology is such a vast field, with tons and tons of information to learn because the breadth of information is huge compared to other fields. I am really interested in Neurology as a career choice, but what scares me is that once you get into a residency program, can everyone learn the information in 4 years to adequately be a good clinical Neurologist? In other words, I'm worried about getting into a program, and then not being able to learn all the aspects of Neurology relevant to practice effectively. Am I the only one that feels this and is this something to worry about when deciding to pursue Neurology as a career? Is the residency enough for one to learn the nuances of Neurology from beginning to end?