Australasian Veterinary Examination (AVE) Miles
✔ In Australia and New Zealand, the demand for qualified vet practitioners outnumbers the supply. If you are a bachelor’s degree holder in veterinary science from overseas and a registered vet doctor in your home country and want to pursue a veterinary professional career overseas, Australia or New Zealand should be your first choice.
✔ The Australasian Veterinary Examination (AVE) is prepared to assess, for registration purposes, the veterinary knowledge and clinical competencies of internationally trained veterinarians who wish to register, migrate, and settle in Australia.
✔ The AVE exam miles are designed to prepare you for the AVE examination conducted by the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council, which is the first step on your path to becoming a registered veterinary physician and/or surgeon in Australia.
✔ The AVE exam miles course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the full Australasian Veterinary Boards Council exam curriculum as per the AVBC.
✔ Taking an AVE exam miles preparation course is one of the most cost-effective tools that will give you the surety of successNZ exam curriculum as per the Optometry Council of Australia and New Zealand Limited (OCANZ).
- Students 80 students
- Max Students1000
- Duration120 hour
- Skill levelall
- Re-take courseN/A
Introduction to Australasian Veterinary Examination Crash Course.
The Australasian Veterinary Examination (AVE) assesses, for registration purposes, the veterinary medical knowledge, and clinical skills of international medical graduates whose basic veterinary science qualifications are not recognised by the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council of Australia. The AVE MCQ examination emphasises on basic and applied medical knowledge across a wide range of topics and disciplines, involving understanding of disease process, clinical examination, diagnosis, investigation, therapy, and management, as well as on the candidate’s ability to exercise discrimination, judgement, and reasoning in distinguishing between the correct answer and plausible alternatives.