I realize that there are several of these threads, but it is finals time, and I always start to panic about vet school during finals and instead of stressing about my exams I stress about the fact that it is pointless because I will never get in to a vet school anyways.... So basically, I just want you to give it to me straight. Do you think I have a chance of getting into vet school? I am am at one of the top liberal arts schools in the country, but my GPA is pretty atrocious. My cumulative GPA is 3.14, same in my major (biology). My prevet GPA is 3.05. I haven't taken the GRE yet, so I am hoping that I can do really really well on that. But basically, I have REALLY struggled with chem, and obviously I have a bunch of Bs in bio too. to make it worse I am pretty much out of time in terms of bringing it up. My only explanation for my sub-par grades is the fact that I have worked 15-20 hours a week throughout my college career, but I'm sure other "more qualified" candidates have too... In terms of experience I have about 2000 hours small animal/exotic and 2000 hours equine. The experience is a combination of working for 2 different vets, volunteering for shelters, therapuetic riding, and work as a riding instructor. I am taking a year off after school to work and save up some money for school, but I will hopefully be getting some farm animal experience too. I think I have some really good LORs and I am from MA, so I will be applying IS to Tufts (my dream school...), but I doubt that that is enough. Do I have a chance? What can I do?!