2. All-round Expectations
When a student leaves school, everyone they come into contact with expects them to have a basic grounding in multiple subjects. If you feel maths isn’t relevant to you, they’ll think you a fool when you can’t even perform basic sums. Employers and academic staff want to see well-rounded graduates.
And this can impact your future career prospects. Even in jobs where it isn’t relevant, employers expect you to have a basic level of proficiency in maths and English. If you don’t have these grades, you won’t even make it past the first round.