Do you ever experience stress as a vet student?
Do you expect to experience stress as a new grad veterinarian?
If you answer honestly, I suspect your answer to both of those questions is “yes.” You might even be looking for a way to incorporate stress reduction into your life, but it can sometimes be difficult to set aside time for involved, time-intensive stress-reduction practices like yoga classes or meditation retreats.
Fortunately, there’s a quick and easy approach, known as mindfulness, that has been proven to help reduce stress and anxiety... even in vet students!
Topics: Stress Management
How memory works is complex, but while it may be tough to understand, it may be tougher not to! It’s important to have an understanding of memory because it is crucial - it is the basis of so many applications, including studying and learning. By having an understanding of the main concepts in memory, you can work to improve yours.
The NAVLE® is approaching and you probably have a lot on your mind. Maybe you're thinking about the internship application that's due soon, or you're months into clinics and your body reminds you every day how tired you are. Ultimately, how are you going to get everything done?
The NAVLE® is the biggest test ever - more than three years of knowledge crammed into one day - and you may be overwhelmed and even a bit anxious, but remember...it's just a test.
We at VetPrep have been there and we understand the freak out (it's perfectly normal!). Things start to get real and that can be very scary, but I’m here to tell you that it’s going to be OK.