What kind of steps could i take to become a veterinarian?
I'm in 8th grade and i would like to take up a career as a veterinarian after i graduate. I do not fully understand some of the things that i need to become a veterinarian. 1) What are the best classes to take in high school? 2) What kind of classes do you need to take in college? 3) What kinds of jobs and volunteer work will help you get into a good school? 4) What are some good colleges around or in Pennsylvania to become a vet? Any other advice or useful information would be greatly appreciated
Asked By: Horsegrl - 10/11/2010
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1. Take as much biology, chemistry and physics as your school offers. The the most advanced classes you can to prepare yourself for the college level classes... More
Answered By: altaira_3 - 10/11/2010
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It doesn't really matter what you take in high school. Take all the math and science you can, but you'll do that in college too. In college, major in anything and take the pre-vet classes. Keep your college GPA well over 3.5; vet schools are very competitive, even harder to get into than med school. Vet school is... More
Answered By: eri - 10/11/2010
High School... More
Answered By: ellie - 10/11/2010
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