veterinary education

  1. Fz94

    Question regarding postbacc/prevet masters program/poor chances of getting into vetschool

    I am a graduate from Santa Clara University with a Bachelor's degree in Biology, and I am currently applying for Vet Schools for the 2019 application cycle. I am planning to apply to 13 vet schools in total. My question is regarding how Vet Schools actually look at the GPA you would earn form a...
  2. jtom

    What are my chances?

    Hey guys I was wondering if you could give me any advice on how to improve my application for this cycle. I am a non traditional student and had to take a few pre-reqs to be considered last year. I applied last year and got interviewed and waitlisted at tennessee and also waitlisted at UF...
  3. L

    Guelph OVC c/o 2022

    Just wanted to start a thread here for Guelph's OVC DVM c/o 2022 hopefuls !
  4. jzthecoolest

    How to improve my application?

    I am a recent grad and was wondering the best way to get into vet school. I graduated with a 3.26 gpa because i was worried about classes such as physics and took them my last couple of semesters my gpa kind of suffered because of it. I went from a physics 1 grade of a C and brought it up to an...
  5. FLVettrain

    Improve my prospect | Build Resume for Vet Tech

    Hello, I'm interested in a job opportunity as a Vet Technician. Certification isn't required here but experience is. I don't have experience yet, and it's difficult to obtain with that requirement on most posts. As some of you know I found a job opening that says willing to train but they were...
  6. FLVettrain

    Recommend volunteering at Vet Clinic?

    I applied for a Vet Tech full-time positions which says they'll train. The Vet asked me if I'd be willing to volunteer for a while before being hired. I don't have Vet experience. It seems certification isn't required in Florida. I'm guessing it's unpaid. Not sure how different it is from a...
  7. M

    Alternative methods of receiving a veterinary education

    I am planning on attending college to pursue a veterinary degree in 2017. Besides the multiple veterinary schools accredited by the Avma in North America, there are some in the Caribbean as well as Australia, Europe, and New Zealand. Would it be a possibility to get into a Caribbean vet school...