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I will soon be a sophomore in high school and my aspiration is to be an FBI agent, preferably in the Behavioral Science Unit. I want to catch criminals but I'm more interested in the psychological aspect of it so I would love to do something like they show profilers doing on TV, and yes, I know profilers are not actually a job in the FBI. But I have a plan laid out in my head about what I could do to get into the FBI and was wondering what I should change about it.
I want to go to college and double major in Biology and Psychology and minor in Arabic. After I'm done with school I figured I would go into the police and get my work experience from there. I know Law and Accounting degrees are more preferable but I don't want to major in a subject I'm not interested in and would probably be bad at. I would like to know if thats a solid plan or not?