(UK) you must go to University and obtain a Bachelor's and then Master's degree in a Maths subject, and then apply to your university to become a doctor by doing a research and dissertation on the topic, and submit it, in order to become a "doctor of the philosophy of maths" The exact process varies from uni to uni and from country to country.
Maths isn't 'better' than English. It depends on what you want to do. Both subjects are useful but if you wanted to become a journalist you wouldn't always need maths. The same goes for most subjects, it just depends on what you are into and what you want to do.
In America it is math, in most European countries it is maths
Yes, math is called maths in Welsh.
you have to pick Maths for GCSE's but you can also pick additional maths which is just more maths than normal eg you may have 5 peroids of maths a week but with additional maths you may have 9 peroids of Maths a week
THE DICTIONARY WAS THE FIRST BOOK OF MATHS!!!
No Maths is needed to become an engineer.
sciences and maths
Biology in college, all sciences and maths.
English, Maths Methods, Biology, Chemistry, Physics. Maths Specialist will also help a lot.
bilogy is needed the most, a little bit of chemistry, maths and P.E
Answer this question... Maths physical,biology english and history
You will need passes in English, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics. However you will need A-Level Chemistry, Maths and probably biology.
when did Rene Descartes become interested in maths
Biology- to find out about the human body. Chemistry- medicine Maths- Sums
medicine! become a doctor or something similar to that.. depends on how good your grades are, i guess..