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Hi, I’m just starting college in the Fall and I was wondering if there’s anything I should know before starting my part-time job as a veterinary assistant and my major in veterinary technology? Like any advice, tips, etc?

I’m starting college in Fall 2023. I won this private scholarship for this veterinary technology program and i get to work at this animal hospital as a vet assistant. I don’t start the Veterinary Technology program at my school just yet as there are prerequisite courses I have to take first in order to apply and get into this program. I’ve always loved animals whether their wild or domestic and I can’t see myself having a career that doesn’t involve helping or taking care of animals.

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Any College Advice?

What is some college advice that every incoming freshman should know, in regards to classes, career choices, volunteering, internships, roommates, etc. #college #collegeadvice

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If I have a good college in my hometown (MSU of Texas), should I get my bachelors degree there . And then try to go to my dream college for medical school , or should I do all of school at my hometown college. Or should I just try to go straight to my dream college , which is either Texas Tech or Baylor.

I want to be an orthopedic surgeon and my parents have been asking me about my plan for college a lot recently. And I am just not sure which route would be best for me and my future career. #college #medicine #college-selection #doctor #medical #orthopedic #collegeadvice

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What is the best advice you have for incoming college freshmen?

Making the leap from high school to college seems pretty scary at times. It would be amazing to hear some advice about how to be successful, well-organized, and happy during the next 4 years! #tips #collegeadvice

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