Host said: Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming zoo veterinarian interview?
Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
Isn't it so nice that nobody will actually give you information that you want and need. Instead they tell you that it is hard, thats like a big slap in the face telling everybody that they can't become a vet. I think that if you are madly passionate about animals and helping that you should totally go for it. When you go for your interview the interviewers are going to act like your friend, this is sort of a trick. They want to try and trick you to get as much information out of you as possible. You don't want to be boring, be interesting but without jeopardizing your chances in being hired. Tell them about as much experiance you've had with animals. like internships, externships volunteer work. tell them about your passion for helping animals, don't bring up anything about wages wait for them to and if they do, tell them that it is open for discussion.