Hi everyone! So until very recently I have been undecided on whether I want to apply to veterinary or medical school. In the process of trying to figure out which path was right for me, I have put in a lot of hours into both working with animals and people in a clinical setting. I spent the past ~1 year completing a 200 hour internship at the hospital. Last quarter I graduated from UCLA and I recently started working at a private doctor's office. I also have extensive experience working with animals (vet experience, field work, research experience, international volunteer work), and I plan on continuing to volunteer with a veterinarian in my area. I'm wondering whether my experience in human medicine would detract from my application to vet school. Would adcoms be understanding and realize that not everyone has it all figured out when entering undergrad? As for my current job, I really do enjoy it since for the first time I have the opportunity to see the private office aspect of medicine, which would certainly be applicable as a vet. Also, I get to summarize the doctor's notes for office visits and consultations, which, again, would be extremely applicable as a vet and in vet school. But would adcoms look at that and wonder why I didn't spend that time working with animals? (The answer to that question is that I couldn't find a paid position in my area that involved working with animals). Thanks for your help!