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    Hello,
    I'm going into panic mode as I'm waiting for my responses from vet schools for veterinary medicine and I'm debating whether it's okay/worth it to apply also for veterinary nursing at one of the universities I already applied for veterinary medicine. Any suggestions?
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    I believe that you can, just as you could apply for biovet etc
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    (Original post by Nene2439)
    Hello,
    I'm going into panic mode as I'm waiting for my responses from vet schools for veterinary medicine and I'm debating whether it's okay/worth it to apply also for veterinary nursing at one of the universities I already applied for veterinary medicine. Any suggestions?
    Yes you can!
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    As others have said that's absolutely fine. Obviously you'll have to use the same personal statement for both applications and I would advise focusing it on vet medicine rather than trying to tailor in nursing if medicine is what you really want to do. It's a reasonably common backup option.
 
 
 
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