So what should you major in at TAMUCC? A common myth is that you have to major in a science degree as a Pre-Veterinary student; however, this is not true. We recommend that you choose a degree based on your interests. It is important to choose a major based on your academic interests rather than one that you think looks good to veterinary schools. Choose a major that you are passionate about, whether it is a major in Liberal Arts, Business, Health Sciences, or something else entirely, completing the prerequisites for veterinary schools can be accomplished. Certain degrees may cover the pre-veterinary prerequisites; however, veterinary schools also accept students who show broad interests in their academic coursework through a non-science major. Major in any subject you want!
If you would like to major as a Pre-Veterinary student follow this degree plan:
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Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine uses TMDSAS (Texas Medical and Dental Schools Application Service).
Out-of-State schools use VMCAS (Veterinary Medical College Application Service)
Some health professions schools require secondary applications to be completed in addition to the primaryapplication through TMDSAS, VMCAS, and other application services. Applications are not considered complete until the secondary application is submitted. Most secondary applications require an additional fee and the majority of secondary application fees are non-refundable. Please check with Texas A&M Vet School on their secondary application cost.
The personal statement is a critical component of your application to dental school, as the personal statement can either significantly help or harm your chances for success, it is important to take it seriously. The statement must be personal. This is your chance to let the Admissions Committee hear from you and understand who you are. Take advantage of the opportunity to express your commitments, motivations and values.