I know it is a bit late for everyone this year, but I just learned in my ethics lectures at Glasgow about a very good website to help you understand your views on veterinary ethics. It uses a quick quiz to build a personal profile of your current ethical views and then presents a series of cases and dilemmas with questions to refine what you believe. As ethics really is more about understanding what you believe and being able to support your stand, a site like this would have been very helpful to me before my interviews. http://www.aedilemma.net Here is their description of the site: Animal Ethics Dilemma is a computer supported learning tool developed primarily for veterinary students. The programme is constructed as a computerized role-play game involving a number of case studies that users can either play or explore. Selected authorized users will also be able to create their own cases. Animal Ethics Dilemma adapts to the users ethical starting point and then provokes the user to reflect critically on that standpoint. It is a provocation engine a tool that knows the users personal viewpoint and highlights the attractions of alternative perspectives by bringing the viewpoint under strain in connection with evolving, ethically problematic situations. The user experiences a role-play situation with a number of alternative choices. Choices made by the user lead to new dilemmas in which further decisions need to be made challenging the users initial reactions. The dilemmas help to bring out the way in which ethical arguments relate to the situations described. Ideally users will see that their own viewpoint is one of many that can be taken. Through Animal Ethics Dilemma users will obtain a better understanding both of their own ethical views and those of others.