Bachelor of Veterinary Science

Are you ready to enrol into the Bachelor of Veterinary Science and want to know more about it before you do? Our friendly Academic Advisers talk you through first semester and pre-selection processes.

Frequently asked questions

  1. When selecting lectures for timetables, in some courses there are lectures that say either Lecture 1 or Lecture 2. Are these separate streams? Do we have to select only Lecture 1 lectures or only Lecture 2 lectures?
    Yes, these are separate streams so you need to pick either all stream 1 or stream 2

  2. What is the date for the testing weekend in 2018?
    21-22 April 2018. Please note if you are travelling to Palmerston North for the testing it is advisable to consider arriving on the Friday so you are fresh for everything starting on Saturday.

  3. When do the results come out for the testing weekend?
    Early in semester 2, so after the selection outcomes are advised. The raw results from the testing weekend assessments, other than the STAT F test, are not released as by themselves they do not make much sense. Instead, students will be given a number between 1-9 for each test, which will show how they were relative to the rest of the applicants, with 5 being average, 9 being well above average and 1 being well below average. This will help students who are not selected determine where they need to improve if they are attempting selection again in the future.

  4. When do you find out if you have gotten into professional phase?
    The selection meeting is usually held at the end of the 1st week in July, students are informed as soon as possible after this period. 5. Where can we find the link for the recorded webinar? You can access the recording of the Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) webinar on the Academic Advice page on the Massey webpage.

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