W3: Anaesthesia rotation

Most people have told me that anaesthesia was a relatively chilled week, but somehow I felt like it was pretty exhausting, maybe it was because I was churning out some content for the Cambridge Vet School’s Instagram page everyday for a week as well (@camvetschool by the way, if you wanted to check it out!)Continue reading “W3: Anaesthesia rotation”

W2: Neurology rotation

Yikes! Another week has gone by and we have completed our Neurology rotation… (no more neurology until we face our final year exams – not sure how I feel about that) This week felt slightly more manageable than Medicine week, maybe it is because we have familiarized ourselves with the routine of reading up historyContinue reading “W2: Neurology rotation”

W1: Small Animal Medicine rotation

Thought I’d do a quick summary review of my first ever rotation week! To serve as an educational/ sentimental purpose for the future when I look back and see how far we’ve come. I cannot believe it is the end of the week already! (well, not quite, as I still have to go in tomorrowContinue reading “W1: Small Animal Medicine rotation”

5 things I wish I knew before going to vet school

1. Costs – tuition fees + placement expenses + cost of living in the UK Vet school can be quite costly. Besides tuition fees, you also have to pay for your expenses while on EMS placements and also feed yourself during term time. Multiply that by 6 (or 5, if you are on a 5Continue reading “5 things I wish I knew before going to vet school”