Book 3 of the On Being a Veterinarian Series dispels two important myths about practicing small animal medicine, and provides detailed practical advice to future veterinarians to help them avoid some of the most common mistakes new practitioners make in deciding where to work and how to practice.
The On Being a Veterinarian Series gives pre-vet and veterinary students a glimpse into what it's really like to be a small animal veterinarian. Book 1 puts the reader in the doctor's shoes for a day to illustrate the importance of emotional resilience. Tools for building resilience are provided, as are scientific explanations for how and why they work.
Learn about all the exciting aspects of veterinary medicine as well as preparing for the challenges of veterinary education. Dr. Joey Branstutter shares helpful advice on how to traverse the competitive vet school application process. Study techniques and life management skills are also shared. This book will be of great help to anyone applying to vet school or other professional program.
"How to Write a Personal Statement for Veterinary College" is a comprehensive guide to help students write a compelling application. You need to stand out from the crowd and this guide will help you do so.
"How to Interview for Veterinary College" is a comprehensive guide to help students prepare for the most meaningful interview of their lives. After discussing the basics, the guide covers a variety of topics from sample interview questions to the strategies used by counselors during the interview process.