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would I be accepted on to a veterinary course with a distinction in performing arts?
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Performing arts isn’t really in the same category as being a vet so i wouldn’t think so. I’m sorry.
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No sorry.
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You could apply for vet with a preliminary year (for people without relevant scientific qualifications), there’s a few vet schools that offer this. As others have said, you couldn’t apply for the 5 year course with performing arts.
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If the distinction in Performing Arts is alongside 3 A levels at A grade including Biology and Chemistry then I'm sure your theatrical talent would be an asset. Failing that it's Prelim year or simply acting the part of a vet (or singing about it or interpretive dance etc).😊
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You need to most likely do a vet course with a foundation year
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