Globe University-Green Bay vet tech degree graduates have a 100 percent pass rate for the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE). This is an extraordinary achievement considering the average pass rate for the country was less than 70 percent for the exam in the fall. To have eight students pass on their first attempt is a great accomplishment!
Jennie Wertel, vet tech program chair at Globe University-Green Bay, explains more about this achievement. “The exam is notoriously difficult, [but] our classes are designed to provide students with the information and skills you will need to follow in these graduates’ footsteps. It is a cumulative effort in all of the vet tech classes that will help you have the same outcome they had.“
Here are three tips to pass the VTNE on your first try:
1.) Don’t wait until your last few quarters to try to absorb everything. Start from day one.
2.) Set aside at least 15 minutes each day to review test questions.
3.) Make sure to go back and review the questions you missed.
Keep a positive outlook and look at your difficulties as a chance to learn, not a chance to give up.
For those who are not familiar with this test, it is a pretty nerve-wracking experience; imagine as a vet tech graduate sitting down for four hours to answer 200 questions. If you are interested in learning more about getting the education you need to pass the VTNE, visit http://www.globeuniversity.edu/animal-science/vet-tech.