There are no specific required courses. It requires a bachelor's degree of some type.
Of course you can enter Harvard University with the International Baccalaureate diploma providing of course your grades are sufficiently high. I believe you need a 7 in all high level courses and 6 in standard level courses.
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Well I'm only a freshman,but i know that you need the grade point average to get into Harvard as a 3.7 through out high school.
Your high school course will not matter. Your college courses will not matter, as long as you obtain your bachelor's degree.
You do not necessarily need a high school diploma to enroll in online college courses or even attend some community colleges.
Specific high school courses will have little to do with becoming a veterinarian. You will need good grades to enable you to get into college and good grades there in order to get into vet school.
Definitely take any music courses.
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you have to have 4 English classes one each year of high school
Well first, you need to learn how to spell school correctly.
You do not need any specific GPA. Perfect grades are not as important as selecting the most difficult courses that your school offers, provided that you can excel in them. That said, nearly all admitted students [approx. 98%] fall within the top 10% of their high school graduating classes. The bottom line: there is not magic number or formula; Harvard considers the whole package.
You need to be really smart and have gotten really good grades in high school.
In high school you should take the most difficult science and math courses that you can handle. You will need to take biology, chemistry, physics and calculus in undergraduate college, so you should have some background in those courses in high school.
i don't know all the courses needed to become a vet but i know that you need to do pre-cal math in school.
because the high school courses doesn't teaches you the motivational skills you need to be successful in the future.