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1.Degrees you would need in order to work in your special field (one to two sentences).You would have to at least have an associates degree in forensic science. And for the people who work in crime labs would need a bachelor's degree or graduates in molecular biology, or genetics.2.What someone in your chosen specialty does (one to two sentences).They examine dna samples in labs. They help put the pieces together at the crime scene.3.A real-life example of how your specialty was used to solve a case (at least three sentences).A 15 year old girl went missing and was found a day or 2 later dead. They found hair that wasnt hers and tested every single male in the town till they got a exact match4.A brief summary detailing what you think the two biggest challenges would be with your specialty and what you feel would be most rewarding or enjoyable about it (three to five sentences). The job of being a forensic DNA analyst is a very difficult and very mentally demanding job that requires at least a 4 year college degree in forensic science or other related fields. It would be very challenging I think just because the amount of precision that has to be implemented into a study of DNA would be very difficult to me, but I would enjoy being a forensicDNA analyst just because I think it is very interesting and I believe it would help me better understand the society that I live in also.