SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I know my goal is to go to vet school and become a vet a few years down the road. I know how the process of admissions goes (for the most part) but how is vet school on a day to day basis in each year? What do people mean by being in clinics the last year or two? Do you act as a vet but supervised in a clinic? Or are you a technician? How does this work? And classes? How many classes do you take? Also, my vet explained to me that she had an argument with a professor and she tried a surgery on a hawks broken wing that had healed the wrong way. Her professor said it needed to be euthanized, but she refused and was allowed to try the surgery. What is the environment actually like? I always thought vet school would be very uptight. Is it as uptight (minus exams)? Do a lot of people fail out right away? Thank you for answering and reading my swarm of questions!