Q. I hate mathamatics and i am bad with numbers, will it ever become a problem in my career?
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I hate mathamatics and i am bad with numbers, will it ever become a problem in my career?

maths has always been the villian of my life and i am afraid it will always be in whichever field i go


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  • grace

    well, it majorly depends on your choice of career preference. In a career that falls in the realm of business or finance, it is mandatory to bond with numbers. Whereas, a professional career like practicing medicine requires minimal interaction with digits. Though, the ability to make basic mathematical calculations can make your life a lot easier


       

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