VMSAR 2010-2011: Veterinary Medical School Admission Requirements: 2010 Edition for 2011 Matriculation

VMSAR 2010-2011: Veterinary Medical School Admission Requirements: 2010 Edition for 2011 Matriculation (Paperback)

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 VMSAR 2010-2011: Veterinary Medical School Admission Requirements: 2010 Edition for 2011 Matriculation
Paperback
Purdue University Press
Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC)
04/01/2010
220pp
Veterinary Studies
English
6.00" x 9.00"
9781557535559
Available

Book Description

The choice for a career in veterinary medicine must begin with early preparation for selective admissions standards. Students, parents, mentors, and advisors can find all the information needed for informed decision making in the Veterinary Medical School Admission Requirements (VMSAR), the official handbook for all AAVMC member institutions. Prepared by the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, the 2010-2011 edition includes detailed information on: the Veterinary Medical College Application Service (VMCAS) (the central clearing house for applications); Residency Requirements; Tuition; Prerequisites; Standardized Test Requirements; Deadlines; Special Programs; and Accreditation and Licensure. VMSAR is the most current guide that will answer users' important questions about applying to national and international veterinary colleges which are members of AAVMC.

About the Author(s):

The AAVMC coordinates the national and international affairs of all 30 veterinary medical colleges in the United States and 5 in Canada, 9 departments of veterinary science, 8 departments of comparative medicine,  13 accredited colleges of veterinary medicine overseas, and 3  affiliate members. The AAVMC fosters the teaching, research, and service activities of its members, both nationally and internationally. The mission of the AAVMC is to improve the quality of life for people and animals by advancing veterinary medical education, improving animal health and welfare, strengthening biomedical research, promoting food safety and food security, and enhancing environmental quality.