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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Is it possible to learn AutoCad if you are not good at math and have minimal drawing skills?

I am in sales and I am looking to change careers. A friend recommended I learn autocad. I am good with computers but I am not very good at math and I do not draw. There is a CAD school that I can attend at night. Is this something that is realistic for me to grasp?

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One Response to “Is it possible to learn AutoCad if you are not good at math and have minimal drawing skills?”
  1. Hexapod Robo says:

    I recommend you to take a course in “Quality systems”, like TQM :total Quality Management, Lean enterprise, Six Sigma and the like. This field is related to and dependent on management and marketing, so you will master it easily. At the same time, it’s the heighest paid these days, as all the industries should have a quality system. Then you can work with a quality consulting company.

    As for autocad, I believe some basic algebra and intensive training will make you a professional in a few time.

    Good luck

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