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Hello, I was wondering if anyone knew what steps to take to become a blood spatter analyst in the UK? I have googled it but not found anything helpful for England specifically, mostly just stuff about how to become one in the US, which isn't helpful to me.
For background info on me, I am currently in sixth form and my A levels are physics, biology, chemistry and english language, for which I am predicted all As. Relevant GCSE information- I achieved a 9 in physics, an 8 in chemistry, an 8 in biology and a 7 in maths.
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(Original post by l.r.)
Hello, I was wondering if anyone knew what steps to take to become a blood spatter analyst in the UK? I have googled it but not found anything helpful for England specifically, mostly just stuff about how to become one in the US, which isn't helpful to me.
For background info on me, I am currently in sixth form and my A levels are physics, biology, chemistry and english language, for which I am predicted all As. Relevant GCSE information- I achieved a 9 in physics, an 8 in chemistry, an 8 in biology and a 7 in maths.
when I searches it up this came up:
How do I become a blood-spatter analyst UK?
Steps to Become a Blood Spatter Analyst
Earn a degree in natural science, such as biology, chemistry, or forensic science. ...
Gain certification, if required.
Apply for blood spatter analyst jobs. ...
Pass a background check and drug test.
Interview for the job and get hired in an entry-level position.
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This is what I saw when I searched it up.
How do I become a blood-spatter analyst UK?
Steps to Become a Blood Spatter Analyst
Earn a degree in natural science, such as biology, chemistry, or forensic science.
Gain certification, if required.
Apply for blood spatter analyst jobs.
Pass a background check and drug test.
Interview for the job and get hired in an entry-level position.

(Original post by l.r.)
Hello, I was wondering if anyone knew what steps to take to become a blood spatter analyst in the UK? I have googled it but not found anything helpful for England specifically, mostly just stuff about how to become one in the US, which isn't helpful to me.
For background info on me, I am currently in sixth form and my A levels are physics, biology, chemistry and english language, for which I am predicted all As. Relevant GCSE information- I achieved a 9 in physics, an 8 in chemistry, an 8 in biology and a 7 in maths.
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