Mathematics and language skills do not exist. Brains are also not meant to study math or English at school. School skills do not have their own place in everyone's brain. It is therefore risky to pin children or adolescents to a certain interest or orientation. That can still change a lot. The strict distinction between the left and right hemispheres of the brain is also a myth. There are no people who mainly use one or the other hemisphere of the brain. The two hemispheres of the brain are linked by endless connections and actually function as a whole. You shouldn't turn it around either. A student who continually gets unsatisfactory grades in physics would not be wise to choose the nature and technology profile. It is possible to think that his talent for physics is there, but that he or she has not yet been taught the right solution methods, or that additional guidance will put the student on the right track. However, extra guidance takes time and, especially for less good students, that time is at the expense of other subjects. Moreover, alternative solution methods often produce more confusion than results.