No. You can take a course in composition, or get tutoring.
Not really. You can always take a remedial course in composition, or get tutoring.
No it isn't.
Not TrueA successful engineer needs to be able to write correctly and effectively. He need not be a creative writer or a clever essayist. Schools that teach engineering also offer (and usually require ) courses in scientific writing. Anybody who is smart enough to understand advanced math is smart enough to learn adequate writing skills. There is really not much difference between good mathematical writing and good engineering writing.
yes you are to work as a engineer No. You would not be forbidden to work as an engineer. There might be greater opportunities open to you if you were good at essay writing, but it is not essential.
Not really, but you should learn to write as well as you can because you will probably have to write reports and proposals. You can always get tutoring or take a class in composition. Don't let this get in the way of your dream.
Someone who is an expert in building bridges could be called an engineer. It is important to have a qualified engineer when building a bridge.
There are few true postulates that contain the word "never". Lousy scientists are the ones who cannot communicate. Pretty much the same holds for engineers. Both tend to grow into being able to communicate, possibly because hunger is a motivator.
Pallyil Manoharan is an AS/400 expert. he is a software engineer.