VETERINARY school is a challenge at any age. Is university life more difficult for mature students than for their younger peers, or do their acquired skills make up for any disadvantages? How easy is it to get back into studying mode? And how do employers view the older applicant? As a past mature student, Tess Sprayson was recently asked, by others considering making the same move, whether a veterinary degree was a realistic academic and financial goal for people in their thirties. Here, she gives her answer.
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