Could change from person to person. There is no one subject more important than another because everyone is different.
Thought it is true that maths is important. You need to know you basic mathamatics aswel as basic english. If you dont know these then there is a high chance that you will not get too good a job. (Not saying that it is'nt possible, just not common)
Maths can only be "most important" for you individually. Maths is just a subject, and all subjects have their strengths and weaknesses. Depends what you want to do with your life
Not really you must have atleast a knowledge of Maths because maths is the most important skill in our life without maths i cant imagine the future
If you want to get better or improve our maths skills you need to practice what ever subject you are not going to well at. But most important try to listen to your teacher.
Yes, Maths is an extremely important subject, therefore having a high grade GCSE or A-Level in the subject is essential. Employers will almost always look for a decent grade GCSE in maths, and although much of the stuff you study in maths you will rarely need to use again (e.g. Pythagoras' theorem, vectors, etc), it is essential to know for examinations. So yes, it is definitely worth the effort - one of the most important subject.
maths is vital in every job. science uses a maths, history, music. most things involve maths in one way or the other.
Well, it depends on what subjects and jobs you are planning to do in the future. But in most cases, maths is a VERY important subject and therefore should study hard on it.
Maths & English will be the most important
In My opinion MATHS! (Anyone else's) Let Me Know what you think \/ \/ \/ \/
In America it is math, in most European countries it is maths
good english good maths good gcse
Civil engineering requires a high level of mathamatics and also physics so these subjusts would be a very good choice. If only one subject can be chosen, then maths is probably the most important.
questions of chapter no 6 are most important although many people leave it on choice
Generally, the 3 most important subjects at school are; Maths, Science and English, as they provide the basis for just about every job going. Most/all employers want their employees to be numerate, literate and have a basic understanding of science (not entirely sure where it comes in, mind). That said, there's not a great deal to choose between Maths and English for the top spot. Conversely, subjects such as; Religious studies, media/theatre studies and drama are some of the less important subjects in the great scheme of things.
The most important word in a sentence is the subject. Most sentences in English follow subject-verb-object order, so the subject is what catches the reader's attention the most.
The subject of maths, or mathematics, is the name of the general persuit of the comprehension and manipulation of numbers, and other numerical or quantitive entities. The subject is consequently applicable in a wide variety of problem-solving, through modelling, and allows the formation of solutions to most problems. Additionally, the subject, maths, involves use of general calculative logic, which allows the user to indulge in other, possibly more complex, logical activity.
probaly maths,Tecnology (not food),history,geograthy, and citizenship.
i did my options in year 9 and i choose to do maths, science and English the most important subjects are maths and science's need A and B TO PASS YOUR GCSE YOUR EXAM. good luck
Yes. This is because in most other subject we use words. We also use math in our every day so that's why I think it is odd.
No, there really isn't a most important academic subject, but if we didn't have the science subject all hopes we would have of increasing our intelligence would be lost.
your most important subjects are physics and maths (extended) but chemistry might also help
No. Science is not the only core subject
The thesis statement is the most important, as it defines the subject and the way the topic will be discussed.
infinite, Jeff Minneapolis. but in maths usually teachers tell you the 3 most important numbers 3.14 - Aisling Harkless
The most important is chemistry, however biology maths and physics are good a levels to study medicine