No, it is not true. It is false. In order to PASS physics, chemistry, and engineering, you must be pretty good at mathematics.
You'll certainly not fail physics BECAUSE you are good at math - you NEED math for physics and engineering.
No, you will fail those subject that you do not study for. Passing or failing is in your hands not "fate".
It depends on what you mean. If you mean "more likely to fail chemistry and physics than to fail mathematics", then the answer is presumably yes. If you mean "more likely to fail chemistry and physics than some bozo who can't figure out how this 'multiplication' thing works", then no. In physics and (most kinds of) chemistry, a solid understanding of mathematics can only be helpful.
No you will not fail.
Just the opposite: being good at Math is the best sign that you will probably do well at Chemistry, Physics and Engineering. (This answer is from someone who majored in Engineering, then switched to Physics, and taught Chemistry and Physics in High School.)
On the contrary, you NEED math, especially for physics and engineering.
you wont always fail
Certainly! All he needs to do is slough off his chemistry, physics, and engineering classes, and he can fail them just as solidly as if he were poor at math.Yes, to be very good in chemistry and physics and engineering you have to be good in mathTo be good in math you do not have to be very good in chemistry or physics or engineering
Math will help, not hinder, you in this. You actually need a LOT of math, especially for physics and engineering.