How can I train to become an NCIS/FBI Agent?
Since I was like 12, I have wanted to be an FBI or NCIS Agent. Partially because of the show, but also because from reading about it. I like the ivnestigative stuff, the police work and that NCIS is a team/unit. Im 16 now, I have no criminal history I have a 3.7 GPA. Any tips/advice?
Asked By: - 8/26/2009
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TV and movies over-dramatize the action and underemphasize the amount of time spent writing reports and attending to administrative details. A Bachelor's degree is required for federal special agent positions (very few exceptions). Any major is acceptable, but Criminal Justice, Sociology, or Psychology may stand you... More
Answered By: drdr - 8/27/2009
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Get a degree in criminal law or criminal justice, and wait til you're at least 21 or 22 before you pursue it... More
Answered By: Myth_Understood - 8/26/2009
You will need to demonstrate that you have above average physical and intellectual stamina, can process obscene amounts of complex information in a short time and can be relied on... More
Answered By: Diana B - 8/26/2009
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