Thread subject: The Dyscalculia Forum :: Is reading maps related to dyscalculia?
Posted by Gnarkill on May 15 2012 08:16 AM
I've never had an issue with maps, I actually excel at them. When I was doing pilot training, (Yes I flew) I had to read complicated aeronautical maps. With topographical maps and elevation changes and etc.
The biggest obstacle for me completing the training was dyscalculia what a shocker!! Even though the FAA alows calculators on the test and they're generally used for everything, one of the instructors couldn't tolerate my dyscalculia and basically kicked me out of the school:(
Edited by Gnarkill on May 15 2012 08:18 AM