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Veterinary Class of 2017, Enjoy the Home Stretch!

Posted by Cari Wise on December 15, 2016 at 2:22 PM
For most 2017 veterinary graduates, the NAVLE® is a thing of the past!  Although you won’t receive your exam results until February, now is the time to relax and enjoy a well-deserved break from the never-ending studying that has consumed your life in recent weeks and months. 
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Topics: Career, Vet Student

AVMA Dues for Veterinarians are Due by January 1st Each Year

Posted by Cari Wise on December 5, 2016 at 2:09 PM
Fact: Dues for AVMA membership, and premiums for AVMA Professional Liability Insurance for Veterinarians are due by January 1st each year.

AVMA dues :  $330/year*
AVMA Professional Liability Insurance for Veterinarians:  $173 - $2365/year* depending on focus of practice and level of coverage chosen

*based on information from the AVMA websites
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Topics: Vet Student, Facts

The NAVLE® is here... Good Luck, Vet Student!

Posted by Cari Wise on November 17, 2016 at 9:00 AM

Dear Vet Student,

I’m writing today to send you best wishes and good luck! After years of veterinary education, and several months of studying, you are about to take the most important exam of your life, the NAVLE!

I’ve been where you are. I know you may be feeling overwhelmed, stressed out and even a little scared. But rest assured, you will survive!

I promise that you know more than you think you know. You didn’t make it this far by accident or sheer luck! You have worked your tail off, maybe using our VetPrep Navle study prep, and you have earned the opportunity to sit for the exam. Be confident!

In 2015 and 2014, over 90% of students who took the NAVLE for the first time during the November/December test window passed the exam. There is no reason this can’t be you!

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Topics: NAVLE, Vet Student

The Consequence and Stress of Not Achieving A's in Vet School

Posted by Cari Wise on September 15, 2016 at 8:12 AM

It is not uncommon for vet students to become stressed because the grades they earn in vet school are not always similar to the grades they achieved during their undergraduate studies. Many find themselves "in the middle of the pack" after being a "top student" previously.  Emotionally, this can be very discouraging and depressing for some.  

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Topics: Career, Stress Management, Vet Student, Vet School

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