When I first started college I wanted to become a vet. Eventually I decided it wasn't for me, and decided pharmacy was. Anyway, my major is Animal bioscience, which is for those who planned on vet or graduate school. I haven't changed my major because it contains all the pre-reqs for pharm school. If I dont get into pharmacy school after 2 years (WHICH I'm ALMOST DONE WITH YAY!) My question is... could the knowledge I gain from the animal-related class I take help me in pharmacy school? (if this is a stupid question Im sorry)
...my personal statement, which went into detail about how i changed my mind form vet to pharmacy. He said he did the exact same thing. Both of the pharmacists I work for now also did the same thing.
I am currently trying to write my personal statement for pharmacy school. I'm currently debating if I should even talk about my past veterinary experience or just leave it out and make it pharmacy oriented.
I'm just concerned that if I talk tooo much about veterinary medicine, I would give off the impression that I'm not "over" that profession. Do you have any advice on that subject