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    My biggest ambition is to become a Vet purely because I really enjoy working with animals and I have a strong interest in Medicine/Science. Therefore combining the two seems the perfect career but the issue is it's an awful lot of work to get to this point.
    I am doing tripple Science for GCSE and predicted to get A*-B and I am aiming to look into the Veterinary Gateway course at the RVC. After contacting them in order to provide me with extra information they said with plenty of work experience I stand a chance.
    I am after advice on how to improve my self-confidence when in exams, how to find revision techniques 'that work' and any previous experiences from current Veterinary students!

    Thank-you very much!!
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    You would be better posting in the vet sub-forum. Is there any reason you have posted anonymously? If not, I can move your thread over there

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