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  • All the things doctors study to treat humans, such as biology, chemistry, math, anatomy, physics, anthropology, etc. Then as you got more into it, you would study all the major animal species and get deep into those re. anatomy and habits, mating, development, special diseases they catch, etc. until you knew them all very well just as a doctor knows the human body well.
  • "The requirements are for Advanced or Advanced Subsidiary Level passes in three of the following: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics; provided that at least one pass is at A level, and that one of the subjects is Chemistry. [...] You will also require two other subjects at GCE A level normally from Biology, Physics and Maths." -http://www.vet.cam.ac.uk/application/faq.html More on the course: http://www.vet.cam.ac.uk/application/course.html
  • That would depend on what you mean by vet. Would that be a veterinarian or a veteran?

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