Sunday, January 23, 2011

I'm almost done with Vet School!


To all my readers, 

Thank you so much for reading my blog and visiting my site. I hope it has been helpful to all. I know I have not updated it in some time, but I am finding it difficult to think of topics to share. Also, I have entered my final year of vet school!!! It’s very busy and exciting, I hope that the tips I have shared will help others reach their dreams. The last year of vet school entails working in the clinic which can be stressful, but very fun as well.

I am thinking of extending this blog with tips on getting through vet school once you get in. Maybe I try to make helpful notes and charts as well as recommending some more books. If you think this would be helpful please leave a comment. Also, if you are accepted into vet school please comment, I’m sure everyone will like to know your story. Also, if you see any books on my reviews you may like please order them through my site. I hope to continue to update these books with ones I find helpful in 4th year. 

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10 comments:

Krissy Wood said...

Hi, I am a first year veterinary student at Davis, and I just started a blog when I got accepted to UCD, with hopes to do the same thing your blog does: provide pre-vets with tips on getting in and preparing for vet school! You've done a great job with the blog and I hope you continue writing if you can, being a first year vet student, I have a long way to go. I also hope it is o.k. If I refer pre-vets to your blog to answer questions they may have about the application process. Again, I just found your blog, but looks like I have a lot of reading to do! Good luck finishing vet school! You'll do great!

Anonymous said...

Please please please read your posts of proper spelling and grammar. School kids read it and think it's correct.

Anonymous said...

Shame on me. Please please please read your posts FOR proper grammar. School kids read it and think it's correct. I just read "How High of Grades Do You Need to Become a Vet?" Clearly you are a great source for their enthusiam, but it takes WORK, EFFORT AND YOU HAVE those qualities. Somehow they don't realize that you are going to be a doctor. The fact that you treat animals makes you no less important. My strong congratulations to you! I am the previous Anonymous.

sassyredbitch said...

I'd love to hear your tips for getting through vet school. :) I'm an undergrad right now, about to start at Asu next year, and then on to vet school. Which state did you go to vet school in?

Anonymous said...

I'm an aspiring vet, working on my BA. Just found this blog, and it's awesome. Please continue posting, I have a feeling getting through it can be just as tough as getting in. Shooting for Colorado State :)
Excellent work, and good luck to you in your new career!

Dia said...

Yes, I too would love to read your tips on getting through vet school and also want some recommendations for books. I'm currently 15, and almost nowhere near vet school yet, but I would still love to hear some tips for vet school.

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Anonymous said...

I love your blog! I have read it over and over for inspiration that it can and will happen! I am currently at SCC in the Equine Science Program and plan to head to U of A to finish my Pre Vet program there. I hope to get into Colorado State! Thank you so much for all of your helpful information. And please keep posting, I am anxiously awaiting that "I am a VET!" post! Have a great day!

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I am sending your blog to my daughter to bookmark. She wants to be a vet but is just starting college and has a thousand questions I am trying to help her answer from out of state. Your blog is a great help and a service. Thanks!!

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