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I was wondering how I can link my daily life, hobbies, work experience, and A-Levels to why I want to take a Forensic Science course at university.

I'm finding it hard to make connections with my life to the field of forensics as I obviously haven't been able to experience it directly, so I just need help with how to justify my passion for it.

I would appreciate any advice on how to link everything to forensics 🙂 

My A Levels are:

English Literature, Business Studies, Biology, Financial Studies

Extra Qualifications:

Online courses completed for: Intro to Forensics, Forensic Anthropology, and Facial Reconstruction. A sixth form prefect. And an EPQ project on how Forensic investigative methods have developed since the 1800s. Participated in the Biology Senior Olympiad.

Work Experience:

A week assisting at a primary school, taught one maths class to year 2's, taught daily helper sessions for children with learning difficulties. Three summers assisting at film making summer school for 11 to 18-year-olds, also taught SFX makeup classes.


Painting, creative writing, running, netball.


Netball club, badminton club, debate club, homework club. Completed NCS and the DOfE expedition. Read the book "Forensics: The Anatomy Of Crime".

This topic was modified 3 years ago by Bee.Keaton
Posted : 15/12/2020 6:26 pm
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This sounds like biological forensics rather than digital forensics. I think you're in the wrong kind of forensics in this forum.

Posted : 31/12/2020 5:15 pm