I'm feeling a little lost right now, and I was wondering if any of you have some suggestions for me. Here's the situation-
I was rejected from all the veterinary courses I applied for.
I was accepted on to bioveterinary at Liverpool and Animal Sciences at Nottingham, but I'm not sure I want to do either of these courses now.
I'm now having doubts about veterinary, and I want to find some courses that center on biology to take a look at if I decided to take a year out and apply for different courses next year.
So far I've seen bioarcheology at York which seems interesting, but do you have any creative suggestions for me? I've looked at courses like biological sciences and biochem and they just don't seem right for me, but I really enjoy biology (and work that involves animals, though I'm open to any bio courses even if they don't involve animals.)
Thanks in advance for any help!
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- 27-04-2016 23:04
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- 28-04-2016 13:06
No one can tell you what is right for you so you'll need to do some research and work out what is available and what you're interested in. You could also spend your year gaining more experience for another attempt at vet med.