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  • I am going to be a junior next year and am starting to think about colleges. I have always known that I want to be a vet but would like to know the reality of becoming one. I would really like to know about being admitted into colleges, the workload, classes, and just the overall process. is it really as hard as people say it is?
  • to PetVet Is it better to take pre-vet as an undergrad? i am lookin at colleges like UC Davis, Texas A&M, Colorado State for undergrad. I have worked with an animal shelter for the past 5 years and am continuing to and am trying to work with a local vet but am not getting hired. i hav good grades and a good gpa. (i liv in texas) do i hav a good chance of making it? thank you!!
  • Things vet schools look for include: grades, extracurricular activities, and vet experience. If you haven't had much experience working in an animal clinic or shelter-this is the time to do it. They want to know if you can handle working with animals and that it is truly what you want. I recommend working hard in undergrad by taking a higher number of hours (17-20hrs) because it will help prepare you for vet school. Keep your GPA up once in college because that will be a big factor if you get an interview or not. Depending on what state you live in, there may be a vet school which will be helpful since they offer more seats in their classes for students that are "in-state". Once you get into vet school-it is difficult and your life does go on hold for those 4 years but it was worth every minute now that I am out and practicing. When you are deciding what undergrad college to go to, make sure to look into their animal/agriculture program so that you can get more experience and learn more in undergrad and that will help you as you go to vet school. Hope this helps, let me know if you have anymore questions! Good luck! Additional: sorry, I couldn't figure out how to reply again so I will add it here! :) I took pre-vet when I was in college but came out with an agriculture degree. When you are "pre-vet" it helps you focus on the classes that are required to get into vet school. One thing I recommend is looking at the vet school that you want to go to and see what their undergrad requirements are (some vet schools differ), that way you can set up your college schedule better and can potentially apply to vet school after 3 years of undergrad (that's what I did and got in)-that way you can get out sooner and have 1 less year of school loans to pay. It's great that you are working at the shelter, that will help alot-if you can, I still recommend trying to work at a vet clinic that way you can start learning (if you haven't already) how to pull blood, put catheters in, read fecals, etc. Some shelters do this, some don't-that way you are getting more practice with what doctors have to do. Hope this helps! I think you have a great chance of getting in-keep your grades up through college ( I never got the college experience since I worked hard with studying, but it paid off), work at shelters or clinics during summers and holidays and continue with the drive to want to be a veterinarian-it is worth it! Let me know if I can help you in any way!
  • I'm currently studying cert 3 companion animals as this is prerequestet course for vet nursing which is consider cerT 4 course. to be able to do a cert 4 course. You neeed to at least a minimum cer 3 related course. The course i'm doing is considered full time due to 4 weeks work placement. Cert 3; 1st semester you learn about Occupassional Health and Safety Provide food and water & monitor feeding & get to look after Mice, rats & guinea pigs Participate in workplace communications & work effictively in the animal care enviornment Assist with general animal care-which included an option of bringing in your own dogs, cats or other pets depending on what you where doing Semester 2-starting Breeding Research Transport Behaviour It hard work, but enjoyable, and worth ever cent.
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