Studying

How did you get through the hours of studying?

How did you get through the hours of studying?

Studying takes up so much of your time in vet school. Whenever I got ready to study, I made sure I had my complete “study mode” set up. What do I mean? I made sure I created the right environment, which included snacks, access to coffee/tea, and my music. For me, having all these things in place made it easier for me to get into a study mode. For instance, it is very difficult for me to study at my apartment because it’s easy for me to get distracted and libraries are so boring. So, I prefer to set up at a coffee shop.

Next, I would rotate the subjects I was studying during a single study session...

Should I Major in Pre-Vet or Animal Science?

Should I Major in Pre-Vet or Animal Science?

First, Cornell has a program for high school students called the Veterinary Explorations Program. It also has a Pre-Vet quarterly newsletter that offers advice and tips for students who are preparing for a future application. I am not knowledgeable about the programs UC Davis has for high school students. I have been told Texas A&M has a robust training program for high school and undergrad students who want to attend their vet school.

Next, I would not place emphasis on applying to an undergraduate program just because they have a vet program you would like to attend. The reason?...