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Hi, so in school we're going to be doing a bit of interview prep, etc. And i know courses like Vet Med like to ask questions that make interviewee's think, so if you're in uni/ graduated/ had a vet med interview, do you remember any of the interview questions you were asked?:-)

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***LINKY***

I'm obviously not a graduate/vet student/applicant (and those that are are discouraged from discussing interview questions, especially applicants as by divulging the types of questions asked they'd be giving their competition an advantage ) but this is a pretty comprehensive list of example questions. Bear in mind that as far as I know in the USA people only study VetMed postgraduate, so I doubt you'd be expected to go as in-depth as this.

Sorry I couldn't be of more assistance .
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(Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
***LINKY*** I'm obviously not a graduate/vet student/applicant (and those that are are discouraged from discussing interview questions, especially applicants as by divulging the types of questions asked they'd be giving their competition an advantage ) but this is a pretty comprehensive list of example questions. Bear in mind that as far as I know in the USA people only study VetMed postgraduate, so I doubt you'd be expected to go as in-depth as this.Sorry I couldn't be of more assistance .
Thank you very much! And ahh, I see! Probably should've expected that aha! :P
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Other general advise would be to:

- Read through your PS and be able to talk about what you've written
- Be able to discuss ethical issues
- Be aware of topical debates and other things that are in the news
- Know some information about each vet school, especially if you've not been to open days.
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(Original post by SilverstarDJ)
Other general advise would be to:

- Read through your PS and be able to talk about what you've written
- Be able to discuss ethical issues
- Be aware of topical debates and other things that are in the news
- Know some information about each vet school, especially if you've not been to open days.
Thank you very much! I'll keep a note of this to use a bit nearer the time! :-)
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