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How will you ensure you are financially stable to complete your studies at Veterinary School?

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Veterinarian School Interview

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    How will you ensure you are financially stable to complete your studies at Veterinary School?

      How to Answer

      In order to be successful at Veterinary School interviewers will be looking for evidence to support your financial commitment to the course. When answering this question it would be beneficial to show how you intend to finance your studies, i.e monthly budget sheets, savings/investments, loans/grants. Interviewers are looking for individuals who can clearly show they have considered the financial aspect of the course.

      "I am financially stable and able to fund my studies. I have set up a budget plan each month which incorporates my fee and also includes additional expenses such as study materials, books etc that I may need as part of my course. Sticking to my budget plan will ensure my finances are accurate and up to date"

      6 Community Answers

      Anonymous Answer

      "I hope to receive as many scholarships as found fit for myself. As well as using the help of loans and making monthly budget plans. I’ve always been a great saver and have a savings to help with school. I’d like to find a happy medium where I can still find jobs here and there to help with the essentials of everyday life."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Good for you! It's wonderful that you are already a strong saver. It seems you are very well prepared for the financial commitment of veterinarian school.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "Because I understand that attending veterinary school is not only an educational commitment but a finacially commitment as well, I choose to attend Miami University because between my scholarships and tuition wavier, I will be able to graduate debt-free. My scholarships covered more than what I will owe, so I'll save any additional money for veterinary school. I have also been working three jobs in order to save money for vet school. I am fully aware that I will likely have to take out a loan to cover any cost above what I have saved."

      Marcie's Answer

      Excellent answer. Having attended a university that allowed you to graduate without any debt due to scholarships is amazing, and having the dedication to save leftover funds for veterinary school is also very admirable. Saving in this way, as well as by working so many jobs, shows that you are committed to going to veterinary school and that you aren't applying on a whim. It shows that you've been working toward this goal for quite some time as you are prepared in multiple ways, including from a financial standpoint. Nice!

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      Anonymous Answer

      "Shortly after I turned 18, I began investing in companies I believed in to build my savings to finance my veterinary education. Although I have made decent gains in my savings account, I also understand the importance of using loans to help me gain my education. I am aware that student loans may take a few years to pay back at the end of my education, but I believe that becoming a veterinarian will give me the tools I need to pay these loans back."

      Stephanie's Answer

      It sounds like you have a solid financial plan in place for funding your studies. Good for you!

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I am prepared for the financial obligations that come with veterinary school. I will be applying for student loans in order to pay for and complete my studies at veterinary school. I also am fortunate to have a family that supports my education and career goals."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Family support is a great advantage, as is the opportunity to apply for student loans. Some schools may require verification of financial readiness - in that case; you may want to consider a more specific answer (which loans, scholarships, etc.).

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      Anonymous Answer

      "Because I understand that veterinary school is both an academic and financial commitment, I have heavily considered the financial aspect of it. I am fortunate in that my parents paid for my undergraduate studies. So, I am going into vet school debt-free. I have been saving up money for school, and I plan to continue to do this throughout my four years in vet school. My family is willing to help me and keep me afloat when it comes to finances if I put the work in school and save money when I can."

      Rachelle's Answer

      It sounds like you have a lot of family support which will make a big impact as you focus on your studies.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I am fortunate to be graduating with my Bachelor's debt-free. Because of scholarships, I have created savings that, combined with loans and working, will allow me to maintain my financial stability throughout veterinary school. I am also fortunate to have a supportive, financially stable family that would assist me if necessary."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Good for you! Graduating debt-free and earning so many scholarships is something you should be very proud of. Your answer shows a lot of diligence and support.

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