Most subjects will help you in the future especially when it comes to choosing your career. Our careers are mostly based on the subjects that we studied in school. But, I would say that the most important subjects are mathematics and history.
Defiantly math. Math you use in every single job. You need to be able to tell time. You'll need to be able to know how much 1 tbl soon us and etc. in medicine for you and when you grow up your kids. Theres tons more. Math Is the most important.
Well it depends you should always want to know a little in each subject. :-) It's all gonna be information you are going to need. As much as I hate school.lol i know im gonna need it. I would say Math, and English. But it also depends on what occupation you have. like if ur a scientist then science. haha. I hope it helped! My opinion is Math and English :-)
A half century ago, in a little town in northern California, I took typing, and took it seriously. Of all the "I wish I'd taken..." quotes I have heard in the last two decades, "typing" is by far at the top of the list. When the computer age started, I could already type at, guessing, 80 words per minute, and was the first in my profession in our region to have a computer on my desk - most at the time still thought "secretary." Typing has helped me as much or more than any other skill learned in high school. It will give the most help, regardless of major.
Reading, Typing, Mathematics - at a minimum, because you will always be using these skills.
But most important: Critical Thinking!
However it appears in your classes, learn how to think for yourself. Learn how to distinguish fact from opinion, emotion, and deception.
For all the interactions you have in life, your most valuable will tend to be with people you =don't= get along with very well, or at all. Learning how to use Critical Thinking when dealing with these people and information in general will help you on your way.
I have to agree with Regal49. Without a good grasp of the written word and sentence structure employers find it more difficult to hire you. A resume or application that looks like it was written by a 3 year old will certainly go in the trash.
Language Arts (also known as reading or writing) because you need math in your everyday life. Even using numbers is math. Then Language Arts teaches you how to read and write and how to spell right.As Regal49 said: everyone also needs to know how to communicate better and not be socially awkward.
ENGLISH. If you cannot communicate well in written English, and you fail to interpret text accurately, you will not progress, your co-workers will ridicule your mistakes, and you will not get respect. Quite the opposite.
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Pick the one that you feel is better for you. As you go through your classes, you'll hopefully discover something that you like. That would be the one that will 'help' you - since it interests you. Maybe you already know what you like. You may like biology. You may like math. You may like English. It depends on what you feel is the field you'd like to work in later on. Do you like business, science (biology, chemistry, biochemistry, etc.), languages (English or some foreign language), communication/writing/speaking, (journalism, for example), computers (e.g. programming), teaching (e.g. elementary school, middle school, high school), economics, accounting, landscaping, medicine, nursing, pharmacology, law, engineering (which is math-oriented), government/politics or history? There are others, of course.
Today the various fields are available to select and explore the career , it depends upon your interest and knowledge. In school the Phy, Che, Bio, Maths and Computer basics are really helpful subjects for future.
Art and music will be the classes that help most to deal with the real world. You can use the benefit of tuning into your gut to plug in your "nuts and bolts" knowledge of the required subjects at school. Any class that makes you THINK will lead you where you need to learn.
The most important subject in school is math, you need math in everything you do, even if you want to be an artist, there is still math involved in it. So yeah, you will need math the most out of every subject in school.
i think math is the best subject because you get to learn more operations like:addition,division,and subtraction and multiplication.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you'll love it M'kyah loves it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Most people here say math/english. While math/english are necessities, don't forget the humanities. I get so much more out of life because I appreciate art. music, literature, foreign languages. Most of all, learn how to think, not what to think.
Math and grammar are probably the two you will use almost everyday. Math for balancing your checkbook, figuring out sales prices, or adjusting a recipe to fit how many you are actually feeding. Grammar for communication. You should be able to say what you mean and mean what you say. Please remember punctuation does make a difference. For example; "Let's eat Grandma!" or "Let's eat, Grandma!" Same words, two totally different meanings!
I guess in general, language arts, because you need reading and writing for most academic careers, also you need grammar for anything ar at least you should have proper grammar. But it depends on your career.
I know you said only one, but I believe Math and English will help you most. I say math because every single thing that you do involves math. I also go with english because you have to know how to write and speak clearly at all times.
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Science and Math.. but logically, the best subject in school is not a subject at all, but social skills. Hate it or love, the world revolves around social skills. - In your future, you will see a lot of those A+ students working at burger king as a Cashier because they have zero social skills, or see those A+ students working for someone who passed school as a C- student, because they found connections and made the right, supportive friends.
English/Literature. If you can read, you can learn pretty much any other subject. Basic math, as more advanced math is essentially pointless in todays society as long as we have access to a calculator.