What A-levels do you need to become a vet?
Are you a wannabe vet? If you’re planning to study veterinary science at university, make sure your A-level line-up keeps your options open when it comes to applying to veterinary courses…
Essential A-levels (or equivalent)
- Combining chemistry, biology and either maths or physics (or taking both) is the best way to keep all veterinary courses open to you.
Useful A-levels (or equivalent)
- Critical thinking will help with section three of the Bio-medical Admissions Test (BMAT), but it is better to take it as a fifth AS-level rather than as a replacement for maths or physics.
Similar subject areas…
- Take a closer look at veterinary courses available around the country
- Questions for veterinary science students to ask at open days
- Six things you need to know before making your A-level choices