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can i become a forensic scientist by taking applied science at GCSE?

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Default can i become a forensic scientist by taking applied science at GCSE?



im in yr 9 and its the option thing time i got a level 6 in my science sats exam the only subject im good at is science i would like a job which is based on science like a forensic scientist i dont know but i think i made a wrong option i chose applied science in my school its known as b-tec science i dont what it is have i made a mistake or somthing im really worried i asked my teacher if i can do a-level in b-tech she said you can if you can get a high grade. please help wht jobs can i get with a b-tech thing i want to get a degree
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