JessM22
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I am currently doing AS levels in Chemistry, Biology, Geography and English Literature. Just wondering whether I would be seriously considered for veterinary medicine with the following things:
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GCSE grades: 4 A*'s (chemistry, biology, eography and english lit) and 7 A's (English language, maths, physics, french,history, business studies, business communications)
Work experience
-4 weeks at farm/equine vets
-2 weeks in small animal vets
-2 weeks on mixed farm (with beef herd)
-1 week on dairy farm
-2 weeks in animal care center with exotic animals and reptiles
-2 weeks at The Cats Protection
-1 week at riding stables
-1 week lambing

Any advice would be appreciated
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Cambridge and another university that I can't remember off the top of my head want maths or physics as well as bio and chem for A-Level so you couldn't apply there, however your grades meet the requirements for every vet school and your work experience is varied. How would this not be good enough?
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