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 )
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!!
The ability to pay strict attention to details while seeing an overall picture.
To become a Forensic scientist you must complete 6 years of college (a Masters degree). You should take at least 4 years with either a major in Chemistry, Biology,Physics, ect. You should take 2 years of maybe being an intern or going to a special forensic school. If you want to be a CSI forensic scientist then you must complete 8 years of college (so a masters degree and so on). You should also take some math classes, Chemistry, Biology, and English composition. You should also take some public speaking skills. or maybe some acting/ drama classes.
And physics wouldn't hurt. Don't skimp on the math, either.
Biology, chemistry, physics, calculus, or any releated natural science for general forensic science.
How the hell should I know?
maths English triple science (chemistry,biology,'geometery maybe')
Physics Chemistry Biology Maths ICT computing and Geography
Four to eight years of college would be required to be a forensic toxicologist.
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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.
Becoming a Forensic ScientistYou will need at a minimum a Bachelors degree in a science such as chemistry, biology, or physics. Your coursework should ideally include microscopy, statistics, and lab work. A masters of forensics would give you better opportunities in the laboratory. You must go out into the real world and not be afraid to see things that others might find scary. watching csi can help
you should take forensic science.
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You will need, at least, a Bachelors degree (or coursework equivalent) in a physical science such as chemistry, biology or physics. Coursework would be heavy on chemistry and should have microscopy and statistics included. I hope that answers your question :)
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She should also be informed about the optional Sexual Assault Forensic Exam.
... you must go through about 13 years of college...
Currently, the FBI has a hiring freeze and has discontinued their forensic training to other law enforcement agencies due to the current (hopefully temporary) government funding cutbacks. However, this gives someone interested in such a career time to prepare. The FBI categorizes a forensic scientist under 'Applied Science, Engineering, & Technology' job description (as opposed to agent). 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 FBI requires, what the many types and requirements are for forensic scientists.
Biology. Chemistry also can be useful
A mechanical engineer is not a scientist, they just implement the knowledge of the scientist in design. If you want to become a robotics scientist, you will need as much math and physics classes you can take. Focus on mechanics and higher level math classes.
In regards to becoming more active in your financial life you should become familiar with the many stock options available to the public. Public libraries have numerous resource materials to help the person become familiar with what type of stock options are currently available.
Mathematics Physics Systems Analysis
People who want a career in blood typing should look at Forensic Serology. Some other options include Hematology, Pathology or Toxicology.
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