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If you only have advanced and ACE classes in high school does it still look good if you want to enter FBI?

I have all my classes Advanced and ACE I want to know if it’s good and impressive enough to get a scholarship and for the FBI I also take phycology class and know three languages #high-school #internships #expert #experienced

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Jessica’s Answer

In one of my College classes last year we had an FBI agent come talk to us. The advanced placement looks good, if you have the GPA that goes with it. However, as stated in the previous answer they do look more critically at work experience than education, though you will need both. Internships are super helpful ways to get some experience. I would recommend seeing if there are internships available. Usually the FBI does have some 10-week internships, but it is very competitive. https://www.fbijobs.gov/students/undergrad This is the direct link, if you want to see what they require. If you don't feel like you are quite ready for their internship, than I recommend looking for internships or part time jobs working in law enforcement or legal work to start building that knowledge and foundation. Good Luck!
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Stephen’s Answer

For the FBI the classes they are looking for are varied. Work Experience is more important. The FBI looks to interview more from those with an initial completion of work. They favor pre-law and business degrees as they are more applicable to their current scenarios. A deep psychology degree in a unique field is also favored but clinical application of that degree would be more important.

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