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my plans in future?

Question Posted Thursday January 24 2008, 4:59 am

which plans is better for my future?

A.) I'll go to college here and take veterinary but if i dodnt make it then ill go to UK and study something else and work there for a while. And come back here and do something else

B.) I'll go college in UK and work there save money for university in US and get a degree and go to university here in US.

C.)NONE or give me your idea

im choose to go to U.K so i could send the money to help out my cousins and uncles

what do you think about this? im sophomore and im stressing a lot already because my GPA is 2.67 range and stuff.

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DancinCutie08 answered Friday January 25 2008, 9:35 pm:
Well to be a vet you def need to get those grades up...

and if you are just taking classes here and there your chances of getting into any kind of vet school without going to class full time is very slim.

also I know in the US they have very specific laws about transfering money in and out of the country.. so to be on the safe side.. I wouldn't do that

I would recommend going to a community college for like 2 years to take your basic classes and save money

after that transfer to a state school (which tend to be cheaper) and go into a pre-vet program

and if you do well enough there you can get scholarships for vet programs

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TheAnnie answered Thursday January 24 2008, 2:53 pm:
1) you have a lot of time to think about it...
2) talk to your parents on their insight
3) talk to your counsler
4) if you are planning on going to the UK, then resurch how it is there and where you would go..

i would say reasurching, would be best and its your decision, i can't make it for you..

bu ti think it would be easier to just go to a university here because its better than going to the UK and coming back right after..

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