you can do almost any career,but ofcourse not in the science field. just make sure you obtain 75% and above for your maths literacy term mark to get a secure job or whatsoever. in this cas,a maths student would have to obtain a 50 -65% mark,but as a math lit student,high marks a required. :)
they are the same
you can do architecture course being a commerce student. maths should be your one of the paper. without maths you can't do architecture
les plus amples maths
the hardest A level are: Maths, Further Maths, Physics
commerce without maths in scope
i think its maths economics and maybe further maths
No, maths is really necessary to get admission in NIFT
Yes MCA can be done by a non MAths student but with some contraints.
11th grade? That would depend on your meaning of "average". An "average" student that meets the standard of a C as a grade would think that maths is difficult, but the "average" student in the USA could expect a B or B-, and would think that maths is an "ok" subject.
further maths is a little more difficult, but i find it more interesting. If you are only going to do 1 just do normail maths but if you enjoy maths then its good and impressive to do both
Maths is for kids and teenagers all around the world to study and become great Maths wizards
People choose careers in the math and science fields either because they love the subjects or because they are some of the fastest growing (like web design and health) jobs out there.
Whether or not you are a BIPC student is irrelevant. What matters is that you have an aptitude for mathematics in animation.
No they are in south america. I forgot what the town is called.
the maths for nda kaduna is pure maths.
According to my careers adviser, it ain't needed but chemistry and biology is. :D
The career options for Commerce with maths include chartered accountant or CA, company secretary, or cost accountant. Other careers include marketing or business administration.
Maths is like a game. You have to follow the rules to win.