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Postby monpakhi » Tue Jan 10, 2012 11:11 am

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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Re: autocad

Postby Revit Zone » Tue Jan 10, 2012 2:51 pm

monpakhi wrote: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?


Hi there!

I've moved this to "Other Topics" as this is really a Revit Forum. But to answer your question- yes, I think virtually anyone can learn AutoCAD. My question to you is: The whole world is starting to go "BIM". Do you really want to be learing an outdated technology like AutoCAD? (NO OFFENCE to all the ACAD fans out there!). I think you'd be much better learning Revit- it will be a much better investment of your time, for the future. You are welcome to learn Revit here with us guys, if you so choose.

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