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My daughter wants to be a vet, and UPenn would be her in-state school for DVM. Is there any advantage at all in also doing her undergraduate degree at UPenn? Assuming she gets in and we can pay for it.
If not UPenn, then Penn State seems to be the best in-state choice for pre-vet. Is that right?
Thanks for any advice. I asked this on a UPenn forum, but no answer yet. I was wondering if UPenn undergraduates have any opportunities to work with the vet school, or otherwise become known to them before applying to vet school itself.