As I mentioned in my last post, I have been accepted into vet school! I’m not going to lie, it was quite a surprise to receive that email. The school applied to performed rolling admissions, with a constant review of applications, so with each review (I believe four before I got the acceptance) I was notified of not being selected. Until I opened the last email, expecting another rejection, and it very much was not!
So today I am sharing some information about the requirements I need to fulfill for the VMCAS application.
Hello all! It’s been so long since I’ve posted! I’ve taken a mini, unexpected hiatus over the last few months. Between work, school, and overall life events, it was hard to find time and energy to actually write.
Starting in January, I should hopefully have more time and already have a couple updates planned. Right now: vet school journey update, overall school/prerequisite update, taking Sage to his first vet appointment, and a couple others!
If there is anything in particular you’d like to see, feel free to comment below!
Until then, happy holidays and hope to “see” you soon! -Lauren P.S. don’t forget to subscribe below and save this post for later on Pinterest!
I took Sage (meet him in this post) home to meet the rest of the four-legged fam–which means Mia! It was the first meeting between the two since Sage came to live with me. I was going to introduce them sooner, Sage is about five months old now, but he was still pretty little until about two weeks ago. Mia is a lot bigger and to be honest, I wasn’t sure how she would do. Just to play it safe, I figured waiting wouldn’t be a bad idea.
Hello all! I am back from an expected break. 2021 has been quite the year, to say the least, but I’m finally getting back on track. And what a better way to get back in the groove than with an introduction to the newest member of my family?
Well, I’m back with another update! You can catch up on my “Vet School Journey” with update #1 and update #2!
As you know, I took physics 1 and 2 during the spring semester. So, to stay on track to finish all of my prerequisites, I enrolled in 5-week summer organic chemistry class–which I actually just finished! It was really intense, lecture 3 days a week with a weekly lab, but it went by so fast. And honestly, it was easier than physics by far. I spent a lot of time on the course, but not as much as physics. If I didn’t work so much, I had a real shot at getting an A, but ended with a solid B. I’m hoping to do just as well in o. chem 2 and bio 182.
I’m back again with another vet school update (read my first one here)! While this blog has taken a little bit of a back row seat the last few weeks, I’m hoping to find a schedule that works in order to still provide some quality content.
Anyway, one major item that has been taking up oodles of my time is Physics 121. I am happy to report this class is officially over! My last exams are finally done and I’m now waiting for my final grade!