I searched the interview feedback page and didn't find anything on RVC. I am really scared of interviewing in general, and I have heard RVC specifically asks very difficult questions. I really want to go here and I have to admit that I am truly terrified of this interview. I know I "just need to relax," but... easier said than done. I am doing a fair amount of preparing...reading about current issues, technologies, and I even read the whole Bernie Rollins "Intro to Veterinary Medical Ethics" book so I would be able to (hopefully) speak very intelligently about those things. But still, you never know what they will ask. I am worried because some of my experience (at an equine hosp. for example) was like 3 years ago and I don't remember a lot of detail from it because it was a rather short internship. Also, my work at a small animal clinic was for about 8 months, but I left the clinic last august because I was abroad and I've recently just got back. I feel that because I am not currently working/shadowing that I will forget really simple things at the interview like vaccine protocol and such (no matter how much I review it)... I've scheduled a mock interview at my school's career center next week (but I doubt they know the types of questions RVC will ask me). So any advice and has anyone interviewed with RVC before or know someone who has? Thanks.