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What is the difficult subject course in veterinary medicine?

I want to know which course is difficult for students in veterinary medicine

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Autumn’s Answer

Speaking just from undergraduate prerequisites, the toughest courses tend to be organic chemistry, microbiology, and calculus. Check your specific vet school's prerequisites and search for more information about those classes.
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Marcelius Levites’s Answer


Hello, Addisu
I hope this information helps with your question and you find some kind of understanding.

https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/subject-guide/veterinary-medicine

https://collegedunia.com/courses/veterinary-medicine

https://courses.cornell.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=31&poid=15378

Also, when it comes to career choice it should be a career that you were born into not a career just to make money.

Marcelius Levites recommends the following next steps:

Research your Career
Outweigh the Pros and Cons
Have a Plan A, B, C, D and E
Follow your true calling not what others may want for you
Your career is not a job its a duty
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Jordyn’s Answer

For undergraduate prerequisites, Organic Chemistry does tend to be the hardest for people; however, it will depend on your major, your university, and how you learn. For instance, I was a genetics major and my most difficult subject was Advanced Genetics. In veterinary school, the hardest is often Anatomy simply because it is so dense with material to memorize. But again, it will depend on what comes naturally for you.

https://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/admissions/so-you-want-be-veterinarian
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