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  • G'day Jessikins, Thank you for your question. There are a wide range of disciplines under forensic science. However, a degree in science is generally necessary. In the UK, Learndirect advises "You may be accepted with a minimum of three to five GCSEs (A-C)/S grades (1-3), or the equivalent, preferably including English, maths and a science subject. However, forces often require A levels (or equivalent qualifications) and some will expect you to have a degree in a science-related subject." I have attached sources for your reference. Reference Wikipedia Forensic Science http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forensic_scientist Forensics Wiki http://www.forensicswiki.org/wiki/Main_Page Learn Direct http://www.learndirect-advice.co.uk/helpwithyourcareer/jobprofiles/profiles/profile1060/ Ask Yahoo! http://ask.yahoo.com/20030424.html
  • hii, i'm thinking of the same or similar career. I'd take chemistry as this is important to go to uni to do a science degree, then Biology because it links in with chemistry, maybe maths if ur good at it, if not or if u dont want to, any other subjects would be fine. Im takin chem, bio, hist and psychology :) hope that helps x
  • you have a much better chance of becoming a csi with a degree your best bet is to apply for a forensic science or a forensic biology degree. These courses give you the scientific knowledge you need aswell as field training. However to get on these university courses you need a levels in biology and chemistry.

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