Hi everyone! With my Senior year approaching, I have been thinking about Vet school and my slim chances of getting in. My grades have been average with a current GPA of 3.0. I have been shadowing a local vet and know that the amount of volunteering/shadowing hours are on the low end. I now understand the importance of these hours and have been working on increasing my hours throughout the school year, while maintaining good grades. I plan on taking the GRE on the Spring of 2016! I realize now that I haven't taken school seriously and it's too late to change it now coming into my last year. I have figured that my only two options are to retake the classes I didn't do too well in (the classes I received Cs in) or go into graduate school. Because of my lack of seriousness in my first two years of school, I was forced into switching majors outside of any biology and chemistry major options (I am now an Environmental Sciences major). This major covers some sciences needed for vet school and what I thought believed to be the best pick. I'll be graduating in the Spring of 2016. So what would be my best option to increase my chances of getting into vet school later down the road? Once I graduate, should I retake the classes I didn't do well in or go into graduate school? Or if any of you have any more options for me, let me know! I'm open to any suggestions you have! Thank you all for your help!!