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Veterinary Technology


This research guide suggests sources to assist you in finding information and/or materials for Veterinary Technology. You will be able to see suggestions to find books, articles, eBooks, statistics, images and more. 

If you need further assistance, please contact a TTC librarian by clicking on 'Get Help!' towards the top of the screen. You also can reach out to Tom Fitzmaurice (Librarian) for research assistance in Veterinary Technology.

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Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE)

Prepare for the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE)

There are two ways to get Veterinary Technician Exam preparation materials.

1. Go to the new Mometrix database here. You will log in using your TTC username and password.

To login to the Mometrix Elibrary from off campus:

  1. Search for Trident Technical College under "Find your institution"
  2. Click Trident Technical College sign-in to enter you TTC login credentials.

2. You can also go to the LearningExpress Library database for exam materials.To get the exams and eBook after following the links below, you choose Career Preparation module and then Prepare for Allied Health and Social Worker Exams. Exam materials are available under Prepare for Veterinary Technician Certification. You must register as a new user. Registration requires a valid email address and a password.

If the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE) is in your future, here's a plan to help you prepare for a great score.

  1. Take VTNE Practice Exam 1. Review the score report and answer explanations to determine the areas where you need additional practice.
  2. Download Veterinary Technician Exam, 2nd Edition. The chapters in this eBook provide review lessons covering the concepts assessed on the official exam. Use this information to focus on your identified weaknesses.
  3. Next, take VTNE Practice Exam 2. Assess your progress and, if necessary, go back to the eBook to take more practice tests and to review specific skills.

South Carolina Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners


"The requirement for a license to practice as a veterinary technician requires passing the online examination(s) by the South Carolina Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. The examination(s) will be on the Veterinary Medical Practice Rules and Regulations and such other subjects relating to animal health technology as the board may require." -  South Carolina Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners

General Information

Use this guide to help you get started finding research information and resources related to Veterinary Technology.

Books for this subject area can generally be found in the call number ranges:

SF 1-599 - Animal Culture 
SF 600 - 1100 - Veterinary Medicine

If you have any questions about research or resources, contact a librarian for help.

Vet Tech Job Summarized

Career Profiles in Veterinary Medicine: Veterinary Assistant


View this short video about the day-to-day duties of a Veterinary Technician.

(Note: If you are asked to sign in, use your TTC username and password to access the video. It is video segment 7 on the right side)