What do you need to become a forensic scientist?
To prepare for a career in forensic science, you should have had some courses in math, computers, earth sciences, biology, or chemistry. At a minimum, almost all jobs in this field require at least a bachelor's degree and depending on the employer or agency, may require graduate degrees. See the links below to find out what the what the many types and requirements are for forensic scientists.
To become an assistant forensic scientist you will need four GCSEs grades A-C which must include English and either maths or a science as well as an A-level in a scientific subject (biology or chemistry). You would receive on-the-job training, but would be expected to demonstrate a knowledge of biology or chemistry techniques and practices. To progress or to apply to become a forensic scientist you will need a scientific degree at 2.2 or above.
I have no idea, but im in yr 7 and i also wanna b a forensic scientist, and im pickin ma options 4 yr 8 soon!! Well these r the subjects u will need 4 sure: - tripple science ( chemistry, bioligy, physics ) - maths - english to become a forensic scientist u gotta get at least a's, b's or a* ( a star ) in ya gcse's, which is quite difficult!! Good luck…
* Steps 1. Step One Decide if you would like being a forensic scientist or a science technician. * Being a forensic scientist is pretty stressful. * A bad thing about being a forensic scientist is that you have to work with very dangerous chemicals. * The real challenge of being a forensic scientist is testifying in the courtroom as an expert witness.