To become a spy, I would suggest getting yourself in shape while also increasing your intelligence to survive. Is this the career that you really want? Are you willing to put yourself on the line? Anyone could become a spy, but how quick could you combine your mental skills with intelligence in order to get the information you're looking for without getting killed? I would say that to become a spy, you have to have very quick physical skills, high intelligence, and the ability to move quickly in unpredictable situations. If you're interested, I would suggest joining the military while also taking rigorous courses in sciences, like chemistry, physics, biology, and so on. Your IQ should be 135 or higher to even start with. How fast could you disable a bomb without getting caught by the wrong people? How long could you survive under water? How fast can you run? How well can you suppress your feelings and use phsycology to determine what your subjects are thinking or are planning to do next, and so on? If I were the head of Interpol, the CIA, or other organizations in this field, these are the characteristics I would look for.
· 1 decade ago