Not necessarily. You're in school to get better at those things.
Not really. Science Engineering deals basically with Math subjects. Therefore, if you're good in Math, you'll do good in Science Engineering.
Well, it helps to have good writing skills in these sciences since you need to report your work. You have time to develop that. Not necessarily essays - I hated those and I am an engineer - but technical documentation in writing is very important
Mathematics and Writing are total polar opposites: people who are great with math have a load of difficulty with essays and the same rule goes for people who are good at writing papers
I don't know!Now stop asking me questions!
A good major would be in education. You could become a math teacher.
Sure. People have different strengths and different interests. The opposite could be true.
Yes of course you are even if it was the other way round
No. For most jobs that would be completely irrelevant, as the ability to write essays would not be required.
I'm sure there are many emngineers who are not good at writing essays. - Just as there are many writers who are not good at engineering
it will be unwise to think that engineering is for good mathematicians who cant write essays, some are great writers it depend from individual to individual
A way to think of it:Math is remembering procedures and figuring out puzzles Language is communicating, just like talking.Very different things