You don’t need math to be an architect. Or at least, you don’t have to be very good at it. Not according to one architect. I wish I’d known this 20 years ago. I somehow got through AP Calculus back in high school, and somehow I scored high enough on the AP test to avoid having to take much math in college. But math was always a foreign language to me, from a country I planned to never visit in life. So my dreams of designing the first suspension bridge to the Moon died an unnecessary death.