Support for Seeing Practice and English Study

Support for Seeing Practice and English Study

Seeing practice is a fundamental and much needed part of preparing yourself for the RCVS Exam. You are very unlikely to pass the practical part of the exam without being familiar with “real life” practice in the UK!  Therefore, you have to find places that...
Study resources for the RCVS examination

Study resources for the RCVS examination

Here is a list with content to help with the RCVS exam.   Study Groups VetWings on Facebook – several cases posted VetFinals – live Twitter reviews of UK students preparing for finals with previous discussions on the website The Clinical Club –...
RCVS Registration for EU vets

RCVS Registration for EU vets

Registering with the RCVS may be more simple or less simple. If you’re lucky, you’ll be asking for some papers to get sorted. If you are not so lucky, you need to sit an examination (not particularly easy or cheap…) in order to be able to register. Until December 31st...
UK Legislation and the Veterinary Oath

UK Legislation and the Veterinary Oath

The RCVS is the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and is an active public body, independent from the Government. Why do you need to know them?   Because being part of the Register of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons is the first step you need to take...
Tips to study for the RCVS Exam

Tips to study for the RCVS Exam

The clinical multiple choice questionnaire  Don’t forget to study rabbits, ferrets and small furries, such as guinea pigs and hamsters Use reliable study resources (download a list here) Join UK Facebook groups and online communities, such as: Veterinary Case...