Originally Posted by sooprnova
My advice is to ignore everything this person said and to apply if you feel as though you understand vet med and if you know it's for you. Whether you have 1000 hours or 100 hours, it all comes down to how you understand your experience and what you've learned from it.
And Dear NStarz, please don't take this the wrong way, but it seems as though you're a bit bitter and maybe you don't want to encourage equally competitive applicants to apply this cycle.
One full day of experience and no veterinary LOR is not
I know this thread is supposed to be all affirmation, backrubs and unicorn rides, but it isn't out of line to suggest that someone with virtually no experience in the field has a less than adequate understanding of the work.
I hasten to wish that you may take a dose of your own poison by mistake,
and enter swiftly into the damnation which you and all other patent medicine
assassins have so remorselessly earned and do so richly deserve.
Adieu, adieu, adieu!