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New Book: How to get into vet school

Discussion in 'Pre-Veterinary' started by Equine2285, May 1, 2007.

  1. Equine2285

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    Finally a book for VET kids, not Medicine, law, engineering, etc!!! YAY!

    Thought you guys might be interested. It's written by the ex-director of admissions at cornell, Joseph M. Piekunka. The book is titled: Get Into Veterinary School: Insights by an Admissions
    Expert. It may be found at http://www.lulu.com/content/675557

    Hope that helps next years class!!
     
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  3. VelcroSky

    VelcroSky U of MN Class of 2012

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    Thanks, I ordered mine!
     
  4. Capella

    Capella OK-State 2011

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    Another parasite on the admissions process. :sleep:
     
  5. clawsbeatskin

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    Exactly. Have you seen his admissions "consulting" website? www.PrevetAdvising.com

    $29 for a 15 minute phone appointment to tell you exactly what the friendly administrative assistants at each school will tell you for free.
     
  6. Capella

    Capella OK-State 2011

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    His website looks like something I would have made in high school. Props though for no blinking text or midi files.
     
  7. wildfocus

    wildfocus DVM/PhD student

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    after "previewing" the first few pages, i think this board is probably a way better resource (AND FREE). at least here one can read the experiences of hundreds of different students appling to more than just cornell. plus cornell has left a bitter taste in my mouth -- with their formulas, their elitism, and their superior attiutde. i'd pass for sure (or just gently browse at the bookstore).
     

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