You are looking to improve your GRE score for vet school, but how? Standardized testing is never easy to prepare for, especially when you know a lot of schools take your GRE scores into consideration for admission.
This school, that school, vet school, no school? There are so many choices when deciding which vet school to study at; how do I choose? First things first, I need to know my options!
The first time I ever held a scalpel was in Thailand. I was seventeen, and all I knew was that I wanted to be a veterinarian.
I knew pursuing a veterinary study abroad program was the perfect opportunity for me because it would help me determine whether I actually wanted to take the necessary steps in becoming a veterinarian or find another job that incorporated conserving wildlife.
Having veterinarians on the trip with you, learning alongside you, is a fantastic way to get more vet hours towards the application. Not only are you gaining experience hours on a trip like this, but you are also gaining quality hours with species that are much more diverse than the average student might experience.
There are certain experiences so transformative and educational that they are never to be forgotten; my Thailand veterinary study abroad experience with Loop Abroad was one of them.
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I mean, how many could say they’ve worked with endangered species, received lectures from board-certified veterinarians and worked as an anesthesiologist before ever setting foot on a veterinary campus?
"This was a great learning experience! We were able to spend a lot of time with the vets and they were constantly answering questions and sharing their knowledge. Strongly recommend this trip!"
Andrea G., Thailand College Veterinary Service 2016
Wright State University, Dayton, OH