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Is it better to be a biology or zoology major in undergrad or something more specialized before applying to vet school??


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In most cases it really wont matter. Vet schools have a list of courses that are called pre requisites. Undergraduate course that they require to be completed at a certain level before you can apply.

Here is a link to the Florida vet school Admissions office:https://education.vetmed.ufl.edu/admissions/

Todd recommends the following next steps:

Find out what colleges the vet school will accept courses from, and as long as you are going to get as many hours as you will need for pre requisites, it is usually best to go ahead and fill out the remainder so that you get a degree vs only a bunch of courses that you needed for applying but no graduation.

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