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    I am 22 and because I don't know which part of England I will be living in by the end of the year, I can't commit to any particular brick uni right now so I have been thinking about the Open University degrees which would give me 4 whole years of flexibility.

    I want to become a forensic scientist so I was thinking of doing the OU Natural Sciences bachelors degree, choose the biology route and specialise in that and then perhaps doing a masters in Forensic Science at a brick uni.

    Now my question is, is it actually worth going this route? Is the OU Natural Sciences degree respected by universities if I want to do a masters in forensics after? I certainly have motivation to study by myself and I reckon I will do great, I'm just worried if it'll hurt my chances of becoming a forensic scientist.

    Thank you!
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    Anyone got OU experience?
 
 
 
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