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If you are passionate about caring for animals, enrolling in veterinarian school may be the stepping stone to an exciting and thriving career as a veterinarian. This is a highly popular career path and admission to veterinarian school can be highly competitive. The exact admission requirements may vary from one school to another but most schools will look for applicants with high academic grades, good test scores, stellar recommendation letters, and a proven record of animal welfare. The last point is particularly important. Veterinarian schools want to see some proof that you are truly committed to animal welfare. Some ways that you can demonstrate your dedication are by doing volunteer work at animal shelters, shadowing a qualified vet at a clinic or doing an internship under the guidance of an experienced vet.
Be prepared to answer questions that are aimed at ascertaining your passion for animals and animal welfare, Questions can range from what motivated you to choose this path to what extent would you go to, to help an animal in distress? Do you believe in euthanasia for animals? Your acceptance to veterinary school hinges on you being able to convince the interviewers that you genuinely care for animal welfare and that you have what it takes. To prepare for your upcoming veterinary school interview, go to Mock Questions and think about how you will answer the questions listed there.